Black Business Feature: Just For Us

Black Business Feature: Just For Us

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If you ask entrepreneur Chyrome DeVaughn to describe his business he states "My business is an online business catering to people with diabetes. On our website we allow people battling diabetes or who want to just live a healthier lifestyle to access sugar-free snacks." After speaking with him about his purpose and goals it is apparent there is so much more. Mr. DeVaughn has a dream for himself, his family, friends, and the community as a whole. (more…)
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5 Things To Give Up To Be Successful

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Success. We all want it. In some way we all strive for it in different aspects. It seems we can come up with things we need to do to be successful, create our to do list and But there are many, MANY things that we have to give up in order to achieve our goals. I did some research and have compiled a list of the top 5 things that I’ve found helpful to give up in order to reach success. (more…)
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Accountability: It’s Not A Dirty Word

Accountability: It’s Not A Dirty Word

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  Accountability is defined as the quality or state of being accountable; especially an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one's actions    (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/accountability.) Let’s repeat that: ESPECIALLY AN OBLIGATION OR WILLINGNESS TO ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY OR TO ACCOUNT FOR ONE’S ACTIONS. (more…)
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Ten Years Ago

Ten Years Ago

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Ten Years Ago… I remember that entire week like it was just last week. On Saturday, the 8th I did her hair, then a lot of her cousins came to visit. That week she had a lot of visitors. At the time I didn’t understand or didn’t want to understand. I remember her laying in Grandma’s bed and either one of her sisters or cousins started arguing about something silly and me and her sat there and laughed and said here they go again. Each day  she got weaker, more people came to visit. I remember laying in my bed crying and listening to Mary Mary. My cousin Nacia came in my room, hugged me, and told me no matter what she had me and my brother. That Saturday, January…
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