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THE BARON INSIGHT (Seize the Opportunity to Double Your Income) Print E-mail
Written by William R. Patterson   
Monday, 12 May 2008
ImageSome people are content earning a few more dollars a month, while others desire to be liquid millionaires long before they retire. The difference between the two groups is merely belief and a choice of focus. So be sure to choose wisely, realizing that there are strategies that build great wealth and strategies for those of modest wants. For those who procrastinate or are indecisive, time will make the decision for them. Unfortunately, the consequences of that decision are often not to their liking.
 
Think Strategy -- George the Monkey Print E-mail
Written by Roger Madison Jr.   
Tuesday, 06 May 2008
ImageMinding my business...reading a book (PR 2.0). The air thickened and I felt a growing lump in my throat. Let me back up. Returning to Baltimore, I’m seated next to an energetic five year old a few miles in the air. He was all over the place - grandmother had little control. Bless her heart! Conversation initiated...Cayden (nice name) asks my name. He didn’t like it. Suggested my name should be George...George the Monkey.
 
Think Strategy -- Rhythm All Jacked Up Print E-mail
Written by Torin Ellis   
Tuesday, 29 April 2008
ImageSome steps take you to what you want, others lead you astray ... moving towards what you think you want.  Wrong move...now what?  Dancing towards personal success in your professional space is the desire.  A good tune always helps.  I can’t think of a time since 2001, more critical and more challenging, for the average dancer – rather employee or entrepreneur than now.
 
Think Strategy -- You Could Be Next Print E-mail
Written by Torin Ellis   
Monday, 21 April 2008
ImageYou could be next.  Not to loose your home; but to loose your job.  What would happen if your employer, Department Head, or VP weren’t telling the complete truth?  Understating the health of the organization or the team.  Specifics aren’t the issue - there are far too many variables.  The point of this piece is that you must always ensure that you are in a position to negotiate, run, or rebound should the situation appear unfavorable. 
 
Think Strategy -- Life Cycle Print E-mail
Written by Torin Ellis   
Monday, 14 April 2008
ImageIn all of our consumption and most of the information secured, products we use, places we frequent, there applies the term life cycle.  In business the term covers roughly seven stages of an organization's possible position.  In technology it covers seven minutes.  In business you grab an idea, run with it, enjoy the success, and eventually exit the scene.  Dissolve, or better still...sell.  Move on.
 
Post racial conflict: America to enter Heaven without confessing her sins Print E-mail
Written by Lloyd Wynn   
Friday, 11 April 2008
ImagePrior to the current mortgage crisis, the median wealth of a White family was $88,000.00, the median wealth of a Black family was $5,900.00.  The forthcoming evidence proving the Federal Governments’ role in producing this startling statistic will be overshadowed by the controversy over the truthful statements of Rev. Jeremiah Wright and subsequent division in the Black community over color blindness and culpability.  It appears the color blind faction will prevail as their membership explodes with the congregants from the churches of Obama, Davis, Booker, Patrick and other Ivy-league preachers.  Members are being baptized in droves.  Never in the history of the Black community have we seen so many answer the call to hope, with all supplicants expressing faithfulness and devotion to the color blind ideology.
 
Think Strategy -- The Steps of Life Print E-mail
Written by Torin Ellis   
Tuesday, 25 March 2008
ImageHow do we climb the mountains of our lives? One step at a time! Life is a continuous series of steps beginning with grade school, middle school, then high school. College (perhaps) - then finally the work force. The steepest step of all may be the process of applying ourselves. Consistently climbing; we get off on some and consider jumping to others.
 
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