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"At the banquet table of life there are no reserved seats. You get what you can take, and you keep what you can hold. If you can't take anything, you won't get anything; and if you can't hold anything, you won't keep anything. And you can't take anything without organization."  

- A. Philip Randolph

"Belief works this way. Belief, the "I'm-postive-I-can" attitude, that generates the power, skill, and energy needed to do. When you believe I-can-do-it, the how-to-do-it develops.

Belief in great results is the driving force, the power behind all great books, plays, scientific discoveries. Belief in success is behind every successful business, church, and political organization. Belief in success is the one basic, absolutely essential ingredient of successful people.

A person is a product of his own thoughts. Believe Big. Adjust your thermostat forward. Launch your success offensive with honest, sincere, belief that you can succeed. Believe big and grow big.

Think success, don't think failure. Remind yourself regularly that you are better than you think you are. Believe big. The size of your success is determined by the size of your belief."

- The Magic of Thinking Big, David J. Schwartz

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    Power & Self Awareness

    The more you read and believe.  The more you see and understand.  The more powerful and self aware you become.  We are members of The National Black MBA Association. Through this blog, our purpose is to support and foster personal investment and small business development. Our goal is to inspire you and provide you with timely information and opportunities. 

    The African American story is unique in comparison to other ethnic groups in this country.  A common thread to many of its challenges is wealth and investment.  Dr. Vernon Johns, known as the father of the civil rights movement, was the minister before Dr. Martin Luther King at The Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama.  Actor James Earl Jones portrayed Dr. Johns in the 1994 film Road To Freedom: The Veron Johns Story.  The clip below summarizes our driving motivations better than our own words.

    Dr. Vernon Johns - "Money Is Power"


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    Interesting video. Pastor was a radical and the folks couldn't understand he was trying to free them. Happens all too often.

    March 11, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDP in DC

    The challenge for anyone charting a new path is clearly connecting the dots from today to tomorrow. Staying in a comfort zone is human nature. Often, the first time someone hears a new idea it's considered radical. If the idea is sound, eventually it becomes common sense.

    March 11, 2012 | Registered CommenterFiveStone

    Great post. I've learned great ideas from the video. Thanks.

    December 12, 2012 | Unregistered Commentervisit this site

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