Torque

Torin Ellis
Torin Ellis
Torque is a physics term that refers to a moment of force where matter and energy interact. In this context torque refers to the collision of what really matters and our direction of energy. No matter the profession, a shift in torque could yield the same results recently enjoyed by Barack and his team.

A Hard Hitting Look at Bush's Court of Black America

The dangling question in 2006 as it will be in the 2008 presidential election is can the GOP overcome its legacy of racial contention and convince blacks that it offered more to black America than the Democratic Party. One thing is certain the historical love hate relationship between the GOP and blacks presents profound possibilities and even more profound dilemmas for the GOP.

How to Build Wealth When You're in Massive Debt

Permanently resolving our debt situation involves three things: gaining an awareness of the different types of debt, understanding the psychology and circumstances that led to the current situation, and devising an effective debt reduction, savings, and wealth acquisition plan.

The Sexual Habits of a Baby Boomer

Beverly Mahone
Beverly Mahone
Recent research shows Baby Boomers go through nine (9) kinds of sex in their lifetime...

Now that I'm in the peri-menopausal stage and dealing with vaginal dryness (yes--it's one of the symptoms), I can't help but reflect back on the various stages of my sex life. You know, the times when it was so thrilling--you just couldn't get enough! These days my gynecologist is telling me over time I may lose my desire all together.

Oh Lord! I hope that doesn't happen to me because I'd hate to think I'd wasted the best years of my sex life on my ex!


Powerful Conversations: Interviewing - Part 1 of 3

Interviewing
Star candidates bring a spoon when others bring a shovel to the task of preparing for an interview. Kevin Hall, an Account Executive w/ Data Point Inc., will tell you this is why we win! Star candidates reach beyond reviewing the standard about, services, and press release pages. Their focus extends into areas often ignored as one prepares for their interview. Star candidates first focus on uncovering the organizational culture, areas of expansion, and key challenges facing their new employer or client. To know thy competition is to further strengthen the conversation.

A Glimmer Of Hope For Africa

Ron Watkins
Ron Watkins
During the 1950s, Liberia boasted the world’s second-fastest-growing economy. This was not surprising, given its abundance of natural resources – iron, ore, timber, diamonds, gold and tin – as well as rich vegetation. Today, after 14 years of civil war, Liberia is one of the poorest nations in the world, with no running water, electricity, decent public hospitals or schools. At least 85 per cent of the country’s three million-strong population are without jobs and most people are forced to live on less than $1 per day.

Raising Kids

Beverly Mahone
Beverly Mahone
“I spent several years as a single parent after my divorce. I knew I had an important job to do in raising my daughter so I dug deep down and went back to the “old school” ways of discipline. It was the way I had been raised and I turned out OK so I figured if it ain’t broke don’t try to fix it. I had to let my daughter know that although I loved and supported her, I wasn’t her friend and she was going to have live by rules as long as she lived in my house. I also wanted her to see, through me, that no matter what obstacles you may have to face, you can survive.”

Who Stole My Body?

Beverly Mahone
Beverly Mahone
Most of you have read the scare-mail about the person whose kidneys were stolen while he was passed out---well, I want to let you know that I, too, have been the victim of a horrendous crime!" But I've also discovered I'm not the only one. There are literally thousands of women who are being ripped off daily. I've been searching frantically to find out Who Stole My Body?