Book Club

Economic Stress by Dr. Robert Brown

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Economic Stress
By: Dr. Robert Brown

 

Economic Stress: Harsh Truths and Keys to Empowerment (2013) is a 13 chapter book that captures the personal stories of people who are facing challenges meeting their financial obligations because of job loss, not enough work, job instability or low wages and the impact this can have on their well-being. Using their own words, stories of economic stress are shared in the first four chapters.…

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Women I Feel You

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Women I Feel You
By: Carol Paris-Ellis
 
Carol Paris-Ellis, a contemporary poet inspired by God. 1997: Her writing was elected into the International Poetry Hall of Fame, and her first poem, “When We Get Married” was published in “Searching for Soft Voices”. Also she received the Editors Choice Award for her achievements presented by National Library of Poetry. 1998: Carol was recognized for her poem “A True Princess”. She received a letter from “St James Palace office of the Prince of Wales” saying his “Royal Highness”, is most grateful.…

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The Black Quarterback Syndrome, How to succeed as a pioneer in an organization.

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The Black Quarterback Syndrome: How to Succeed as a First or Pioneer in an Organization 

– By Norman M. Davis

 

 

The book is about the extra pressure many individuals face when they begin a new position and find they are “the first of a kind or a pioneer.”  The realization that no one else like them has either worked in the organization or has held the position before can contribute to additional stress beyond the routine stress one experiences in mastering a new position. … Read More »

Marriage

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The Sexless Marriage – By Sylvia Bayati

 

 

Could you possibly become one of the 113 million married Americans that is on the path to having sex ten times or less a year? Have you abstained altogether for years, months, weeks, EVEN DAYS?

Until June 30, 2003, nobody dared to come out of the closet and air some of their dirty laundry and talk about a portion of the “sexless marriage” until Newsweek Magazine published the cover story titled “We’re Not in the Mood.”

Because that article touched on one portion of the “sexless marriage”, it lit a torch on this subject.…

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Skinversity

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Skinversity A Guide to Treating All Skin Types – By Rosaline Lowe

 

 

At last, a book devoted to the concerns of all skin types. Skinversity – A Guide to Treating All Skin Types attempts to demystify skin care and aesthetics by presenting a straightforward guide to skin care for all skin types and colors. Everyone can learn something new from this book, regardless of age, skin color or skin type.…

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Pulling Down Strongholds

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Pulling Down Strongholds – by Kelli Jones
 

This book is a life changing suspense non fictional thriller, it’s a page turner must read cover to cover its keeps you pretty much in suspense throughout the reading along with a spiritual guidance.  It provokes a couple to think about for one, how the enemy will try to target the family. Second because it enlighten the family and third it shows one of the main characters who has reached his plaque with his career and has found himself so preoccupied that he has put his family on the back burner and put the family in danger because of his own shortcoming, selfishness and lust.…

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Black Colleges of Atlanta – Fisk University

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Fisk University – by Dean Rodney Cohen, Yale University
 
Through two pivotal works that document the black collegiate experience in the 19th & 20th centuries, Cohen examines the rich cultural and academic legacy and historical importance of Fisk University and the Atlanta University Center – institutions widely recognized as members of “the Black Ivy League”.

 

Check out Rodney Cohen’s site here: http://rodneytcohen.com/published-works/

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Black Colleges of Atlanta – Atlanta University Center

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The Black Colleges of Atlanta – by Dean Rodney Cohen, Yale University
 
 Through two pivotal works that document the black collegiate experience in the 19th & 20th centuries, Cohen examines the rich cultural and academic legacy and historical importance of Fisk University and the Atlanta University Center – institutions widely recognized as members of “the Black Ivy League”.

 

Check out Rodney Cohen’s site here: http://rodneytcohen.com/published-works/

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Profit With Purpose

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Profit With A Purpose – by Tenesha Warner, Founder Egami Consulting Group
 
Multicultural marketing expert Teneshia Warner, founder of award-winning agency EGAMI Consulting Group, has written a ground-breaking book entitled Profit with Purpose. The book is a must read for brands, organizations and entrepreneurs who want to create meaningful engagement with America’s fastest growing segment — Multicultural Audiences.

 

Profit With Purpose is about the long view. Teneshia Jackson Warner challenges you to put “Purpose” at the center of every business decision, and she explains how this approach will lead to better decisions, great brand value, inspired and engaged employees, and customers who are loyal and become enthusiastic advocates.…

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Define Your Own Way

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Define Your Own Way – by Nicole Roberts Jones, Speaker, Author, Empowerment Coach
  
Define Your Own Way speaks powerfully to women about living a fulfilled, healthy, happy, and complete life as it takes readers on a journey to find and perform in your passion and purpose in all you do. In each chapter, readers are given keys to help them develop every area of life from letting go of limits placed on them, to self esteem, self image, finances, education, health, sexuality, friends, your mate, cultivating a plan of action toward your ideal future and the most important ingredient of them all, faith.…

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