Monday, July 19, 2010

Escape from Relationship Hell

I’ve been listening to this audio - Stop Marrying Mistakes – in the series on Escape from Relationship Hell. Click here to listen.

Often, our relationship problems and challenges are based on deep-seated patterns of thought and behaviour.

In order to bring about changes at a deep level, we need to uncover these patterns and change them.

The power is in your hands. To read more, see my ebook What They Don’t Want Us to Know. You can now download it for just $3.99. This is a summer special, so get it while it’s hot!

Click here for What They Don't Want Us to Know.

Plus, click here to download the free chapter on Achieving Success.

Des O'Connor is holding an event where 50 single Black women will get to meet and talk to 50 single Black men, after three hours of life coaching. To read more, see Why Can't Successful Black Women Find Good Black Men?

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Here’s to your success!

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Summer Special - Get It While It's Hot!

You can now download my ebook What They Don’t Want Us to Know for just $3.99. This represents massive savings on the normal price of $39.00.

This is a summer special, so get it while it’s hot!

Do you just want to keep doing the same things in the same way, and getting the same results?

If you are ready to make positive changes to your health, wealth and success, you need this book!

Click here to download What They Don't Want Us to Know.

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Here’s to your success!

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

The Best, Most Highly Effective Strategies for Black People (Part 3)

Part 3

Part 2 is about the three stages of successfully manifesting what we want. Click here to read it.

Strategy 4 - Learn from Positive Role Models.

History has given us many, many Black achievers. And there are more and more Black people achieving success every day.

For example, Diane Abbott, MP, the first African Caribbean woman to be elected to the House of Commons, is now in the running for the Labour Party leadership. To read my interview with her, see Black Success Stories.

Often, we don't know about Black achievement. These stories are not readily available. We need to seek them out.

Read about successful Black people. Learn about what they achieved and how they achieved it. Study their lives and apply this knowledge to your own life.

To read more, see Do You Think Like a Success?

See also, the free More Black Success ebooks.

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Monday, July 05, 2010

Freedom, Independence and Liberty

Black Success Stories Volume 1On our What U Need to Know show Saturday, we continued the theme of freedom, independence and liberty.

What does the 4th of July mean to you as an African American?

Are African people truly free?

Click here to listen.

One thing I didn't know was that Crispus Attucks was a community organiser, just like Barack Obama and Diane Abbott MP. We talked again about the importance of researching the truth about our history and not just accepting what we are told.

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Friday, July 02, 2010

Median Wealth for Single Black Women $5

Success Strategies for Black PeopleI read recently that single African American women's median assets total £5. That's FIVE DOLLARS.

That means some single sistas have more than that, and some have less. That's right, LESS than the £5 average.

Click here to read more

This is one of the reasons why I wrote Success Strategies for Black People.

Here's another one:

African American unemployment sits at almost double the rate of the nation average at 16.5 percent, and black males that are between the ages of 20 to 24 have a 34.9 percent chance of being unemployed

Click here to read more.

In tough economic times, there's all the more reason why we need strategies that work for us. This book is about overcoming our mental habits and patterns that hold us back, so that we can achieve our unlimited possibilities.

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Thursday, July 01, 2010

"Slave Museum" to Be Built in Ghana

Routes of Remembrance: Refashioning the Slave Trade in GhanaPlans are underway to build a "slave museum" in Ghana, to serve as a monument to the Transnational Slave Trade. I don't think this is the first one, as has been reported, as there is a "slave museum" in Dakar, Senegal, and I believe there is oe in the Caribbean as well. Very possibly, there are others.

Still, this is a positive move.

The plan to build the museum is being discussed between city experts in Liverpool, England and some local Ghanaian chiefs. Click here to read more.

Click here for my list of Black museums. This is very much a work in progress.

Click here to read my interviews with artists about bicentenary of the end of the Transatlantic trade.