Nashville media mogul Aaron Jordan Jr.’s new TV show to air in 25 counties, 1.9 million households


A man’s gift makes room for him, And brings him before great men(Proverbs 18:16 KJV)


SPANNING THE GLOBE 

STANDING ON GOD’S PROMISES — A longtime Nashville-area media mogul, Aaron Jordan Jr. is the mastermind behind “Cafe Conversations With Mr. Know Your Worth,” his empowerment-oriented television show that is scheduled to debut in March on the globally-acclaimed  Christian Television Network (or CTN).

Aaron Jordan Jr.’s latest endeavor has been some four years in the making.

Much to his delight, it’s all about to come full circle.
A longtime Nashville-area media mogul, Jordan Jr. is the mastermind behind “Cafe Conversations With Mr. Know Your Worth,” his empowerment-oriented television show that is scheduled to debut in March on the globally-acclaimed  Christian Television Network (or CTN).
“Cafe Conversations With Mr. Know Your Worth” is scheduled to premiere on March 7 and will air every Saturday at 9:30 p.m. CST.
For Jordan Jr., 36, his forthcoming TV show, by all accounts, is a testament of his immeasurable body of work in this ever-so-competitive empowerment industry.
A native Memphian who is widely known around the country as “Mr. Know Your Worth,” Jordan Jr. also is a longtime motivational speaker, relationship expert, and an award-winning author who’s the mastermind behind three books to date.

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As for “Cafe Conversations With Mr. Know Your Worth,” Jordan Jr. is especially giddy over the fact that his latest awe-inspiring achievement undoubtedly has emerged amid humble beginnings.

In a nutshell, Jordan Jr. is appreciative of the unmerited favor God has bestowed upon his life, in large part because, well, nothing was given to him.

For what it’s worth, this Mid-South-area empowerment extraordinaire undoubtedly has paid his dues which, to his credit, essentially sums up why he’s surely earned the right to bask in the glory of the moment for such a pivotal — and ceremonious — time as now.

Jordan said virtual mentors such as Les Brown, Bishop T.D. Jakes, and Steve Harvey are amongst those who have inspired him to think diligently outside the box and follow his dream.

“Growing up, I always use to ask myself, ‘Why not me?’” Jordan Jr. told Making Headline News during a recent interview. “From that point on, the universe aligned itself with the order.”

And the rest, as they say, was history.

Fortunately for Jordan Jr., the Memphis Whitehaven High School graduate hasn’t looked back since. All he’s done is steadfastly devise ways to broaden his horizon, thus make a name for himself in an industry whereby he’s clearly found his niche.


“It has not been an easy journey over the last eight years, but never giving up was at the forefront of mind,” Jordan Jr. said. “In God’s Word, it states, ‘Faith is the substance of thing hope for, and the evidence of things not seen.’”


By and large, there were times in which Jordan Jr. had only his faith to rely on.

Which, truth be told, is all he needed, really.

“Even through all of the trials and tribulations of life, I still hung on to His word, which is still evident today…belief in self and trusting in the ability that He placed within me,” Jordan Jr. said.

Founded in 1979 by Bob D’Andrea, the Nashville-based Christian Television Network has been broadcasting the gospel since June 1986.


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CTN is dedicated exclusively to distributing positive Christian programming and it strives to provide programs brimming with unique and wholesome values.

These award-winning programs provide families and individuals from all walks of life with the best in Christian television today.

Come March, the network will be able add “Cafe Conversations With Mr. Know Your Worth” to its notable and credible lineup.

“(My mission) is to impact the lives of others in a positive way, provoking thought, and changing the lives of others through the stories profound people,” said Jordan Jr., whose show will be geared toward individuals ranging in ages 18 to 54 and will air in over 25 counties, 50 cities, and 1.9 million households.

A native Memphian who is widely known around the country as “Mr. Know Your Worth,” Jordan Jr. also is a longtime motivational speaker, relationship expert, and AN award-winning author who’s the mastermind behind three books to date.

Interestingly, Jordan said virtual mentors such as Les Brown, Bishop T.D. Jakes, and Steve Harvey are amongst those who have inspired him to think diligently outside the box and follow his dream.

“I continued to bring up the question of me asking myself, ‘Why not me?” Jordan said. “But more importantly, I get the most inspiration from my wife and my daughter, just knowing that they are depending on me.”

So will millions around the globe in the coming days.

“(I’ve been blessed with) the ability to impact the lives of millions of people in different areas of their lives,” Jordan Jr. said. “I believe that it is my calling, to inspire and enrich.”

Much to his delight, it’s all about to come full circle.

So stay tuned.

WON’T HE DO IT? For what it’s worth, this Mid-South-area empowerment extraordinaire undoubtedly has paid his dues which, to his credit, essentially sums up why he’s surely earned the right to bask in the glory of the moment for such a pivotal — and ceremonious — time as now.

For more information about Mid-South-area Businessman/Author Aaron Jordan Jr. of “Cafe Conversations With Mr. Know Your Worth,” to order his books or to schedule him for a public appearance or book signing, connect with him via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/ajordan22. Send email to: knowyourworthradioshow@gmail.com.


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At just 12 years of age, Dallas’ Jade Hall-Wright is already fulfilling her dreams as an entrepreneur

SHE GOT THAT WRIGHT 

HANDFUL OF SUCCESS — A seventh grader at Ignite Middle School, Jade Hall-Wright is the mastermind behind The Wright Pop, a DFW-area gourmet popcorn business that has been opened for operations since May 2019.

DALLAS — Jade Hall-Wright is just 12 years of age, yet she’s wise beyond her years.

So much, in fact, that Hall-Wright has been blessed to devise a strategic plan to generate wealth, particularly at the adolescent stage.
“My mission is to give back to my community and also to grow up to be a well-known entrepreneur,” Hall-Wright told Making Headline News during a recent interview.
To her distinctly unique credit, this youngster is giving back mightily, thanks in large part to a business venture that is shaping up to become one of Dallas/Fort Worth’s finest — much sooner than later.
A seventh grader at Ignite Middle School, Hall-Wright is the mastermind behind The Wright Pop, a DFW-area gourmet popcorn business that has been opened for operations since May 2019.

All things considered, it seemed that Hall-Wright was thrust into the world of entrepreneurship, considering her family owns the famous Halls Chicken, located at 2327 South Buckner Boulevard in Dallas.

As Hall-Wright explained, it was a few family members who greatly fueled her competitive drive to start a business.

Never mind that she’s still basking in the glory of the preteen stage of her life.

“They have inspired me so much to start my own thing, because ever since I have been a little girl, I have always wanted to grow up and be just like my parents and have my own business,” Hall-Wright said.

Now it appears Hall-Wright is destined to have more of an influential impact as a young entrepreneur.

On Saturday, Hall-Wright will host Kids Corner-The Little Bosses Event, an event that will serve as a strategic platform during which “kidprenuers” come together and sell their products, as well as garner through their rising endeavors.

This is the first year for Hall-Wright’s event, which is available to children ranges between the ages of 5-to-16. The event will take place at CWA Local, located at 1408 North Washington Avenue, Suite 300 in Dallas.


SAVE THE DATE

Approximately nine months removed from its inception, Hall-Wright’s The Wright Pop has become a fixture for offering an assorted popcorn flavors — all for just seven bucks.

“What I like most about having my own business is that I get to be my boss and that I can create such a mark in my community with my great personality and my ability to develop new flavors and still conduct business at such a young age,” Hall-Wright said of a venture that caters to people of all ages.

The family’s youngest entrepreneur, Hall-Wright is forever grateful to those who have inspired her to become a better version of herself — even at the adolescent stage.

To her distinctly unique credit, this youngster is giving back mightily, thanks in large part to a business venture that is shaping up to become one of Dallas/Fort Worth’s finest — much sooner than later.

“My drive has always come from my family (which has an) entrepreneurial background,” Hall-Wright said. “I always strive to be the best to achieve my dreams.”

Much to her delight, she’s doing just that — all of this at the tender age of 12, yet she’s wise beyond her years.


For more information about Jade Hall-Wright of The Wright Pop, connect with her mother, Jennifer Hall Wright, via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/hallsprincess. Send email to: thewrightpopcorn@gmail.com.


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Following in his grandmother’s footsteps, Houston’s Marcus Flakes’ amazing culinary dreams have become a reality


A man’s gift makes room for him, And brings him before great men. (Proverbs 18:16 KJV)


AMERICA’S CHEF 

DOING TO BIG IN TEXAS…AND BEYOND — A native of Houston, Marcus Flakes, 47, is the mastermind behind Marco’s Pepper Grill Food Truck, his awe-inspiring endeavor that is just days away from its much-anticipated grand opening on March 7 at 403 Eats Food Truck Park, located at 403 East Main Street in nearby Tomball, Texas.

LANCASTER, Texas — Stay tuned, world. And remember the name: Marcus Flakes.

Amongst the grandest reasons is that Flakes’ immeasurable gifts as a cook throughout the years have been nothing short of remarkable.
“I’ve been cooking since the age of 10,” Flakes told Making Headline News this week. “I used to watch my grandmother cook and we’d talk about cooking.”
And the rest, as they say, was history.
Thanks in large part to the constant guidance and wisdom of his grandmother, Flakes has been blessed mightily to walk in her massive footsteps, having established a well-respected professional culinary resume that’s shaping to garner more of a global impact.
A native of Houston, Flakes, 47, is the mastermind behind Marco’s Pepper Grill Food Truck, his awe-inspiring endeavor that is just days away from its much-anticipated grand opening on March 7 at 403 Eats Food Truck Park, located at 403 East Main Street in nearby Tomball, Texas.

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The grand opening will take place from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. CST and, according to Flakes, such an occasion is “very fitting” for the annual Mardi Gras season.

“So it will be a Mardi Gras theme,” said Flakes, referring to his food truck’s specialty dishes that will include jambalaya, Etouffee, and bread pudding, among other delectable foods.

A cooking repertoire that spans nearly four decades — 37 years, to put it more precisely — it seemed that Flakes was destined to become an entrepreneur from the outset.

Given the remarkably brilliant strides Flakes has made throughout the years, it’s safe to assume he’s well on his way to reaping global success in his selected industry.

“(My grandmother’s influence) later inspired me to be what she didn’t have a chance to become due to her age and era,” Flakes, a military veteran, explained. “My paternal grandfather was business owner and I’d spend a lot of time watching him run our family store, which is my family’s estate now. He taught me the value of dollar, saving and investing.  I even learned about whole selling, retailing, and counting money backwards when technology wasn’t as advanced as it is today.”

Even during his stint in the military, Flakes was guilty of having never allowed his culinary skills to fall by the wayside. Even while serving his country, in fact, there he was, putting his immeasurable and unmatched gifts on display, all the while God strategically allowed his cooking mechanics to make room for him in the process.


“I spent majority of my life serving my country while doing what I loved most, which was cooking,” Flakes said. “I knew back then that it would be no problem to transition back into civilian life with my knowledge, skills, and abilities to cook, manage, and market. Somewhere along the way, I noticed that my military background and higher education was not accepted by my food industry.”


Still, Flakes had gone to great to lengths to diligently set himself apart from others in what undoubtedly is an ever-so-competitive, had executed the essential strategy to ensure that his long-awaited dream as a globally-acclaimed chef would become a reality.

Given the remarkably brilliant strides he’s made throughout the years, it’s safe to assume he’s well on his way to reaping global success in his selected industry.

Thanks in large part to the constant guidance and wisdom of his grandmother, Flakes has been blessed mightily to walk in her massive footsteps, having established a well-respected professional culinary resume that’s shaping to garner more of a global impact.

Sustained success, to put it more precisely.

“This venture has indirectly exposed me to people from over the world,” Flakes said. “Serving in the military as a military chef was the foundation of my culinary journey, which led to the exploration of people, places, and products. As a travel insider, I began establishing relationships with people from around the country.”

Interestingly, Flakes acknowledged that Southern Oregon will always hold a place in his heart, considering it is the originally birthplace of Marco’s Pepper Grill.

Even during his stint in the military, Flakes was guilty of never having allowed his culinary skills to fall by the wayside. Even while serving his country, in fact, there he was, putting his immeasurable and unmatched gifts on display, all the while God strategically allowed his mechanics to make room for him in the process.

“There has never been one place in particular my business has exposed me to besides where Marco’s Pepper Grill was founded and established,” Flakes said.

Besides having evolved as one of Houston’s finest chefs of this modern-day culinary era, Flakes has since adopted more of an entrepreneurship role in his profession, a development that has also given way to his rise as an author.

“I’ve written my book,” said Flakes, who authored the newly-produced written work entitled, ‘The Inspiring Chef: A Memoir.’ “I’ve come to realize that my reach is becoming global, while my food continues to influence palates of my guests locally.”

“I’ve written my book,” said Flakes, who authored the newly-produced written work entitled, ‘The Inspiring Chef: A Memoir.’ “I’ve come to realize that my reach is becoming global, while my food continues to influence palates of my guests locally.”

To his credit, Flakes certain boasts the credentials, which have greatly enabled him to function mightily in his element.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management and Hospitality from the Art Institutes of California-Sacramento and a Master of Public Health from Argosy University.

Also, he earned a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Texas A&M University.


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As for what he loves the most about the sustained success of his venture, Flakes said:

“I love serving my guests and watching their five senses become paralyzed by my creations. I call it my culinary crave concept, where I methodically concoct ingredients that later has a date with their five senses. I also enjoy owning my own business with the flexibility to spend time with my family. Ultimately, time and personal freedom has been something I’ve longed for and I consider myself blessed this far.”

So far, so good for a well-publicized culinary career of a true cooking pro, whose best and brightest days are well ahead of him.

So stay tuned, world. And remember the name: Marcus Flakes.

“I’ve been cooking since the age of 10,” Flakes told Making Headline News this week. “I used to watch my grandmother cook and we’d talk about cooking.”

For more information about Houston-area Businessman/Author Marcus Flakes of Marco’s Pepper Grill Food Truck, to order his book or to schedule him for a public appearance or book signing, connect with him via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/marcusaflakes/.


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Andre Johnson is the award-winning Founder and Publisher for Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former staff reporter of sports for the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division from Dallas, Texas. To reach Johnson, send email to makingheadlinenews@gmail.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

Kansas City author Annisa Davis-Jackson acquires ‘divine healing’ in a book that took roughly a decade to assemble


And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose. (Romans 8:28 KJV)


COMING FULL CIRCLE 

GOD’S PLAN — Much to Annisa Davis-Jackson’s delight, her divine healing had eventually come wrapped up in the awe-inspiring book entitled, “Memoirs Of A Broken Side: Based On True Events.”

Annisa Davis-Jackson tried all she could to provide a thorough explanation for why it was absolutely essential that she make her authorship debut.

“It was an issue that buried so deep in my heart, never to be brought back up,” Davis-Jackson told Making Headline News this week. “And somehow, it finds me.”
Amongst the things about which Davis-Jackson had ultimately discovered was that God was very much in the midst of what undoubtedly was an integral part of the divine purpose for which she was created.
“The events that the most high brought me through were simply undeniable, bizarre…and extraordinary circumstances,” Davis-Jackson explained. “I was being used to unveil a truth I felt I was not equipped for. In the process of my obedience, I gained supernatural strength, which was essential to my healing.”
Much to Davis-Jackson’s delight, her divine healing had eventually come wrapped up in the awe-inspiring book entitled, “Memoirs Of A Broken Side: Based On True Events.”

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A spiritually-empowering written work that essentially a decade in the making, Davis-Jackson’s “Memoirs Of A Broken Side: Based On True Events” depicts the life of her father, Annise Davis Jr., whose prosperous and well-publicized football career ironically was destined for greatness, yet his life cut short amid his untimely murder on Christmas Eve in 1987.

Mired by tragedy, or a chain reaction of events that hovered over his entire family emotionally and spiritually, this author writes, Annise Davis Jr.’s children subsequently grew up without knowing the truth until a spiritual revelation was given to Annisa Davis-Jackson, the family’s beloved middle daughter.

It was Davis-Jackson, in fact, who vividly discovered that such turbulence in her life were destined by what she describes as a “powerful divine design,” one that would suddenly uncover and unveil a truth, she writes.

As Davis-Jackson explained, this truth was hidden under “an ocean of lies,” drowned with deception, and the corruption of wrongful convictions behind the true circumstances surrounding her father’s death.

Interestingly, as she walked into such a tumultuous season, it was later revealed that her mission was to seek all truth, which would later turn into a spiritual journey, revealing the Glory of The Most High, she acknowledges.

REMEMBERING DAD — A spiritually-empowering written work that essentially a decade in the making, Davis-Jackson’s “Memoirs Of A Broken Side: Based On True Events” depicts the life of her father, Annise Davis Jr., whose prosperous and well-publicized football career ironically was destined for greatness, yet his life cut short amid his untimely murder on Christmas Eve in 1987.

An ex-college and NFL football standout, Annise Davis Jr., starred at the University of Missouri of the then-Big 8 Conference. Consequently, he was later enjoyed a professional stint after being drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers.

A native of Kansas City, Missouri, Davis-Jackson began assembling her book in January 2009, a project that was finally published on November 30, 2018.

For Davis-Jackson, composing “Memoirs Of A Broken Side: Based On True Events” was very much worth the length of time invested into this essential written document.


“After battling political districts concerning the cold case, (it was) later uncovered to be an unsolved murder of my father for reopening,” Davis-Jackson recalled. “It became evident that emergency healing was needed for others who have experienced similar loses and injustices.”


Interestingly, Davis-Jackson deemed it necessary to emphasize why her new book is synonymous to what she describes as a “mother of all bombs.”  “Its content is beyond average and will become a blueprint to others finding themselves and having the courage to stand up for what’s truth,” Davis-Jackson said. “In the pursuit to truth, they find healing within.”

To her credit, the feedback since the release of Davis-Jackson’s “Memoirs Of A Broken Side: Based On True Events” has been nothing short of remarkable.


REALITY SETTING IN 

Mired by tragedy, or a chain reaction of events that hovered over his entire family emotionally and spiritually, this author writes, Annise Davis Jr.’s children subsequently grew up without knowing the truth until a spiritual revelation was given to Annisa Davis-Jackson, the family’s middle daughter.

“Very, very positive from anyone who learns or reads the story,” said Davis-Jackson, adding that other books — “a series of books all branched on to Memoirs Of A Broken Side,” she said — are surely forthcoming.

“I hear the word ‘phenomenal’ from everyone who reads. It gives the reader a crash course on how to recognize signs and symbols and the spiritual signs that are given to us daily to complete task to stay away from harm, etc.”

For Davis-Jackson, composing “Memoirs Of A Broken Side: Based On True Events” was very much worth the length of time invested into this essential written document.

Generally, Davis-Jackson reiterated that the presentation and promotion of her book has come full circle, largely because of her resiliency in following the spirit of the Most High.

“The anointing through the investigation allowed me to gain the attention from political sources, prosecutors, and judges,” Davis-Jackson said. “Because the story is so powerful.”

Not to mention a constant page-turner for anyone who possesses this life-enhancing book.

Interestingly, Davis-Jackson deemed it necessary to emphasize why her new book is synonymous to what she describes as a “mother of all bombs.”  “Its content is beyond average and will become a blueprint to others finding themselves and having the courage to stand up for what’s truth,” Davis-Jackson said. “In the pursuit to truth, they find healing within.”

For more information about Kansas City, Missouri-area Author Annisa Davis-Jackson, to order her book or to schedule her for a public appearance or book signing, connect with her via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/Memoirsofabrokenside/. Send email to: davis_annisa@yahoo.com.


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Dallas/Fort Worth barber Christopher Huckaby on his grandmother’s impact: ‘She gave me my first pair of clippers’

MAD SKILLZ 

DALLAS — Christopher Huckaby doesn’t shy away from the notion that Bessie Carter Fowler undoubtedly is one of the best individuals with whom he’s ever crossed paths.

Come to think of it, if it wasn’t for Carter, well, let’s just say that Huckaby wouldn’t be here.
During a recent interview with Making Headline News, Huckaby recalled in great detail about how Carter, his beloved grandmother, had once enrolled in cosmetology school, but never finished.
That, as a result, fueled his desire to go above and beyond to maximize his potential while embarking upon his career.
“(She) went to cosmetology school, but never completed (it),” Huckaby explained.
Still, grandma — as only she could — deemed it necessary to see to it that her grandson would successfully carry out the lofty mission by which He instilled in her family.

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“She gave me my first pair of clippers and wrote me a poem,” Huckaby said.

The poem, to his recollection, was rather forthright and direct.

It read: “A task great or small…do it well or not at all….”

The rest, as they say, was history.

Years removed from such a life-enhancing, gut-checking encounter with his grandmother, Huckaby has evolved as one of the best hairstylists in the greater Dallas Fort-Worth area.

A native of nearby Mesquite, Texas, Huckaby is owner and CEO of The Line Up Barbershop, located at 407 West Eldorado Parkway Suite 210 in nearby Little Elm.


“I put my all into every cut,” said Huckaby, summing up his mission for having chosen to delve off into such an ever-so-competitive industry. “Community service is important to me as a barber since I have a gift to give back and support my family.”


Given his notable track record in his profession, it’s safe to assume that aside from his grandmother’s wealth of wisdom and guidance, Huckaby was destined to become an efficient, dynamically-talented barber.

For starters, Huckaby enrolled at Grahams Barber College  Summer 2010, approximately four years after graduating from the Texas A&M University-Commerce.

Interestingly, he recalls like yesterday how he would routinely attend school on picture day and didn’t get haircuts, in large part because a majority of his of his summers were spent at his grandmother’s residence.

Still, it seemed that all wasn’t merely lost for this lifetime member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., whose haircut portfolio via message social media and message boards have drawn rave reviews from countless social media account holders, several of whom had ultimately become his clients.

Thank God for grandma’s poem, which read: “A task great or small…do it well or not at all….”

The rest, as they say, was history.

Given his notable track record in his profession, it’s safe to assume that aside from his grandmother’s wealth of wisdom and guidance, Huckaby was destined to become an efficient, dynamically-talented barber.

For more information on Dallas/Fort Worth-area Businessman Christopher Huckaby of The Line Up, call (214) 779-5130, or connect with him via social media at: (Instagram) https://www.instagram.com/Kutzbychris/


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Texas businesswomen LaQuinnunique Marsh and LaSasha Bobbitt’s faith leads to opening of Beauty By Us LLC

BEAUTY FOR ASHES 

TEXAS-SIZED IMPACT — LaQuinnunique Marsh and LaSasha Bobbitt are co-owners of Beauty By Us LLC, a black-owned beauty supply store and delivery service, that has become DFW fixture for providing an array of essential hair care items all across the Metroplex.

DALLAS — The ages of LaQuinnunique Marsh and LaSasha Bobbitt are separated by roughly six years.

But when it comes to their mindset as it pertains to the ever-so-competitive world of entrepreneurship, these two bright minds undoubtedly are on the same page.
“Knowing that investing time in yourself is most crucial, we both have always been too big mentally for a 9-to-5 (job),” Marsh told Making Headline News this week. “Being able to own your own business opens doors to being able to give back and help others come up with you.”
Much to their delight, Marsh, 33, and Bobbitt, 27, have joined forces as young, progressive businesswomen, both of whom are routinely giving back mightily as the faces of one of Dallas/Fort Worth’s up-and-coming ventures.
Marsh and Bobbitt are co-owners of Beauty By Us LLC, a black-owned beauty supply store and delivery service that has become a DFW fixture for providing an array of essential hair care items all across the Metroplex.

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Located at 8700 US-380, Suite 502 in nearby Crossroads, Texas, Beauty By Us is a newly-erected establishment, one that’s owned by a talented business-oriented tandem that’s collectively utilizing their solid and immeasurable professional expertise to achieve their customer service goals and objectives.

Beauty By Us officially opened for operations on November 17, 2019.

“We are a very new establishment, but hope to take this as far as God will allow,” Bobbitt said.

Beauty By Us LLC co-owner LaSasha Bobbitt

As it pertains to enhancing their craft as rising business owners, Marsh and Bobbitt have emphasized, among other things, that fear doesn’t exist nowhere in their entrepreneurship vocabulary.


“Most people lead by fear of the unknown, the what-if-this-does-not-work, what-if-I-fail (analogies),” Marsh said. “We never had those thoughts. We always lead by the, ‘What do we do when we win?’ It’s important to us that we inspire others and let them know that we don’t come from a long line of business owners.”


Beauty By Us LLC co-owner LaQuinnunique Marsh

As this All-Star team of Texas businesswomen explained, their quest to starting a notable business was spearheaded by a crafty “idea,” of sorts.

“We had an idea we were passionate about,” Marsh said. “We did our work and we took a chance and opened (our business).”

Fortunately for Marsh and Bobbitt, it was a massive chance worth taking, given the sustained success they’ve enjoyed in such a brief time since they went full throttle with their endeavor.

“If we can do it, truly anyone can,” said Bobbitt, “and we are out to help and show people the way.”

Said Marsh: “Our inspiration comes from seeing others take risk and watching their reward. Coming up in the beauty supply industry should have always been backed by black women, who use and live the products. We are inspired to join the other women in this journey.”

Aside from overseeing the day-to-day operations of Beauty By Us, Marsh and Bobbitt have been become ambassadors in the community, a trend that figures to enhance their venture even more — much sooner than later.

“We are also very passionate about spending time with the less fortunate our people,” Bobbitt said. “We went to Downtown Dallas and took a lot of donated items and food we prepared and just sat and passed out items they need. It’s important also to let people know they are not forgotten about.”

“Being kind to others is free of charge,” Marsh added. “Giving your time is free of charge, so if you’re able, you should be willing. We plan to continue to go down and just spend time with our people on the streets during various events that we have.”

Interestingly, Marsh and Bobbitt said opportunities are available for other small businesses and vendors who produce products to be on display and sold in their facility.

“It creates visibility for them and an added selling point for them to say their product is now in stores, not just online,” Bobbitt said. “And it creates new customer opportunities.”

Just as it has done for them, this progressive and flourishing All-Star tandem of businesswomen.


For more information on Dallas/Fort Worth-area Businesswomen LaQuinnunique Marsh and LaSasha Bobbitt of Beauty By Us LLC, call 661.888.3056, or to schedule them for a public appearance or speaking engagement, connect with them via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/Beautybyus1/. Also, send email to: beautybyusllc@gmail.com.


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Atlanta-area empowerment extraordinaire Kenyatta Bell to host The Epic Experience February 14-15

Kenyatta Bell is destined to exemplify some agape love this Valentine’s Day weekend.

A longtime Atlanta-area businesswoman, Bell will be hosting what is known as The Epic Experience, a two-day empowerment event that will take place February 14-15 at the Allen Entrepreneur Institute, located at 3235 Evans Mill Road in nearby Lithonia, Georgia.
Powered by the Epic Management Group, The Epic Experience will commence with the She Matters: Valentine’s Edition, which is also known as The Ladies Empowerment Staycation. This two-day event will be feature two speakers: Radio host Jason Madison of LATC and author Leon Walker.
The Epic Experience will culminate with a formal event known as A Night Of Purpose during which the feature event will be the official announcement of Bell having been named Making Headline News Woman of The Year for 2019.

LOVE’S IN THE AIR

LOVE, PEACE, AND HAPPINESS — A longtime Atlanta-area businesswoman, Kenyatta Bell will be hosting what is known as The Epic Experience, a two-day empowerment event that will take place February 14-15 at the Allen Entrepreneur Institute, located at 3235 Evans Mill Road in nearby Lithonia, Georgia.

Also, A Night Of Purpose will include the official book launch of Kambria Hardnett’s “Matters of HER: A Millenial’s Faith Building Process.”

A University of West Georgia student, Hardnett is the daughter of Bell.

A book that is comprised of just five chapters — with the No. 5 signifying the spiritual number for the term, “grace,” this writer acknowledged —- Hardnett’s “Matters of HER” is spearheaded by the familiar Biblical passage that is Ephesians 2:8, which addresses the subject of faith in great detail.

Also, A Night Of Purpose will include the official book launch of Kambria Hardnett’s “Matters of HER: A Millenial’s Faith Building Process.”

“This book saved my life,” Hardnett, during an August 2019 interview with Making Headline News, said of a book that was written by the Apostle Paul. “It saved me spiritually, and I only pray that it does the same for someone else.”

A Night Of Purpose will also feature special guest saxophonist Antonio Allen.


“I want to encourage, empower, inspire, and love on my single sisters,” Bell said of her staycation event that is an invitation only affair. “I want women to be treated like the Queens and experience an amazing, life-changing weekend whereby we ignite  their true identity in a Christ and empower their purpose.”


Bell has garnered an overwhelming array of favorable feedback since she announced her event.

“We have received a lot of positive feedback about this event, especially being on Valentine’s Day weekend, catering to my single sisters who desire more.”

A native of Gay, Georgia, Bell is the catalyst for the Epic Management Group, an Atlanta-area ministry that was spearheaded on IHeart Radio B96.3 and is aired by way of a slew of airwaves.

Widely regarded as Epic Life Ministry, this company has launched a social media teaching — a segment that’s collectively conducted by Epic Life staffers Gina Beverly, Danielle Sunderhouse and Corey Watts — whereby it has garnered a global audience.

Interestingly, Epic Management Group has partnered with The Lighthouse Radio Station to host an array of what company officials describe as “epic life experiences,” most notably for middle and high school students.

Generally, Bell emphasized The Epic Experience two-day retreat is geared largely toward igniting one’s identity, as well empowering purpose and ministering to “my sisters,” many of whom have been broken and/or shattered, she said.

“On the day that is looked at as expressing love, I want to show love to my single sisters,” Bell said. “I want them to know that we can be treated like a Queen without lowering our standards and compromising our bodies.”


SAVE THE DATE 

A native of Gay, Georgia, Bell is the catalyst for the Epic Management Group, an Atlanta-area ministry that was spearheaded on IHeart Radio B96.3 and is aired by way of a slew of airwaves.

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Atlanta-area businesswoman Kenyatta Bell displaying agape love for millennials as catalyst for Epic Life Ministry

 

For more information on Atlanta-area Businesswoman Kenyatta Nichelle Bell of Epic Management Group, or to schedule her for public appearance or speaking engagement, connect with her via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/EpicManagementGroup/.


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Alvin Johnson’s Hope Housing Foundation has emerged as one of Dallas/Fort Worth’s finest nonprofit organizations


A Song of degrees of David. Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! (Psalm 133:1 KJV)


A RAY OF HOPE 

TEXAS-SIZED IMPACT — Much to his delight, such a “fire” has appropriately given way to Texas businessman Alvin Johnson having emerged as the President of Hope Housing Foundation, his Dallas/Fort Worth-area nonprofit organization that went into full operations in December 1998.

DUNCANVILLE, Texas — Alvin Johnson knew exactly what he wasn’t doing to please God.

“I have had no role model to follow, but have prayed for mentors since I was about 35 years old, waking up realizing that I was not fulfilling what I promised God many years before,” Johnson, during a recent interview with Making Headline News said, recalling the past development that have greatly helped shaped his life as an accomplished businessman.
For Johnson, God had strategically introduced him to the divine purpose for which he was created, a life-altering memory that arose through a gallery of positive male figures.
“(God) allowed several men to come in to my life at different times that have helped develop me in to the man I am,” Johnson explained. “I am always about continual growth and participate in many high level mastermind groups that continue to fuel the fire within.”
Much to his delight, such a “fire” has appropriately given way to Johnson having emerged as the President of Hope Housing Foundation, his Dallas/Fort Worth-area nonprofit organization that went into full operations in December 1998.

MORE ON HOPE HOUSING FOUNDATION: https://www.hopehousingfoundation.org/

Headquartered at 3900 South Stonebridge Drive, Suite 304 in nearby McKinney, Texas, Hope Housing Foundation is dedicated largely to the creation and preservation of affordable workforce housing, particularly for low-to-moderate income families and individuals, as well as community development, as mentioned at https://www.hopehousingfoundation.org/history-of-hope/our-story.

In essence, while this longstanding nonprofit organization is thoroughly committed to housing, HOPE is widely known also for reinvesting excess revenues through its charitable mission and offering a business model, of sorts, that will position the foundation as one of the most effective, impactful nonprofit affordable workforce housing organizations in the country.

What’s even more astounding is that Johnson’s company offers like-minded business professionals opportunities to invest with Hope Housing Foundation as a strategic and effective way to generate massive amounts of returns on their investment, as well as impact the lives of the communities they serve.

“I’m in the people business,” said Johnson, explaining in great detail the keen passion he’s adopted through his venture. “We believe that everyone deserves to have a nice place to call home, in spite of the economic situation they’re in because of their decisions.”

Interestingly, Hope Housing Foundation has developed a solid commitment to meeting the needs of youths who are in dire need of a breakthrough.

“We believe that kids should grow up in an environment where they see people doing positive things…raising families and not just existing,” Johnson said. “That’s the environment we try to foster in our apartment communities.”

Armed with more than three-and-a-half decades of experience in the ever-so-competitive real estate industry, Johnson’s company has become an evolving fixture for purchasing what he refers to as “distressed apartment communities,” which has enabled it to deploy millions of dollars in to the asset, as well as provide people a place where they are afforded the golden opportunity to live victoriously instead of having to live just to exist.

“We also provide programs to feed the kids after school and have after school activities, as well as feeding programs during the summer when they are out of school,” Johnson said. “With this business model, we have built a 100-plus million dollar organization.”


LEAGUE OF ITS OWN 

Armed with more than three-and-a-half decades of experience in the ever-so-competitive real estate industry, Johnson’s company has become an evolving fixture for purchasing what he refers to as “distressed apartment communities,” which has enabled it to deploy millions of dollars in to the asset, as well as provide people a place where they are afforded the golden opportunity to live victoriously instead of having to live just to exist.

What’s even more astounding is that Johnson’s company offers like-minded business professionals opportunities to invest with Hope Housing Foundation as a strategic and effective way to generate massive amounts of returns on their investment, as well as impact the lives of the communities they serve.

A native of Beaumont, Texas, Johnson is widely regarded as a longtime mentor to thousands of business professional, particularly those who aspire acquire knowledge in his selected industry.

“My competitive drive came from an insatiable desire to eat,” Johnson said. “I had no fall back plan.”

Long before God introduced him to his divine purpose, Johnson had founded himself struggling to conquer arguably his life’s grandest obstacle.


“After a failed suicide attempt when my son was three (years of age) and I felt as though my family would be better off without me, I prayed and decided to allow God to use my life for His glory and help someone else have what they didn’t have — an opportunity,” Johnson recalls.


Years removed from having cleared arguably the biggest hurdle of his life, Johnson has adopted the notion that implies, among other things, his steadfast commitment of giving back.

And not just giving back for the sake of giving. But rather giving back as if his life depends on it.

But in actuality, it does.

“I believe that it is our responsibility to reach back and assist someone become their best self,” Johnson said. “It is our responsibility to become highly successful in order to do this. It’s not about the money, but it’s about the money. If we don’t have a margin, then we can’t have a mission, so resources are important.”

Not to mention one’s fervent desire to please God.


DESTINY STEPS 

Headquartered at 3900 South Stonebridge Drive, Suite 304 in nearby McKinney, Texas, Hope Housing Foundation is dedicated largely to the creation and preservation of affordable workforce housing, particularly for low-to-moderate income families and individuals, as well as community development, as mentioned at https://www.hopehousingfoundation.org/history-of-hope/our-story.

For more information about Dallas/Fort Worth Businessman Alvin Hope Johnson of Hope Housing Foundation or to inquire about business opportunities, call 214-842-8075 or connect with him by logging on to: https://www.hopehousingfoundation.org/. Connect with him via social media at: (Facebook) https://www.facebook.com/hopehousingfoundation or (Twitter) https://twitter.com/HopeHousingTX.


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Andre Johnson is the award-winning Founder and Publisher for Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former staff reporter of sports for the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division from Dallas, Texas. To reach Johnson, send email to makingheadlinenews@gmail.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

Memphis author Etoria R. Hampton’s spiritually gut-checking new book generating rave reviews


I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us. (Romans 8:18 NIV)


GODLY GROUP HUGS

DESTINY STEPS — An awe-inspiring book that is comprised of 88 pages in length, Etoria R. Hampton’s “H.U.G.S. For Prodigal Parents: “A Book To Encourage Parents Hearts That Are Enduring A Prodigal Season” was officially released in October 2019 and is centered largely on parents’ quest to embrace what this author deems their “prodigal season” or, as Hampton vividly explains, to help encourage other prodigal parents who are enduring a prodigal season with their child or children whether it be a teenage child or adult child to release, get free, be in peace, walk in strength, knowing that God can handle what we can’t handle.

Etoria R. Hampton wrote as if her life depended on it.

In many aspects, it did.
“God gave  me this vision to write in January 2019,” Hampton told Making Headline News during a weekend interview. “My pain as I endured an unwanted journey of becoming a prodigal parent is the reason I wrote this book.”
The book to which Hampton is alluding is tear-jerking, spiritually-empowering written work entitled, “H.U.G.S. For Prodigal Parents: “A Book To Encourage Parents Hearts That Are Enduring A Prodigal Season.”
An awe-inspiring book that is comprised of 88 pages in length, Hampton’s “H.U.G.S. For Prodigal Parents: “A Book To Encourage Parents Hearts That Are Enduring A Prodigal Season” was officially released in October 2019 and is centered largely on parents’ quest to embrace what this author deems their “prodigal season” or, as Hampton vividly explains, to help encourage other prodigal parents who are enduring a prodigal season with their child or children whether it be a teenage child or adult child to release, get free, be in peace, walk in strength, knowing that God can handle what we can’t handle.

BUY AUTHOR HAMPTON’S BOOK HERE: https://www.amazon.com/H-U-G-S-Prodigal-Parents-Encourage-Enduring/dp/1647139392

A Mid-South-area businesswoman who is the owner of Toya’s Tea Shop, Hampton is widely known for her beloved nickname, “Toya Tea.”

It is, by all accounts, because of her newly-assembled book, that she has emerged as one of the authorship industry’s best kept secrets, considering “A Book To Encourage Parents Hearts That Are Enduring A Prodigal Season” has generated an array of favorable reviews in its brief time on the market.

Hampton’s book is available for purchase at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Walmart online, as well as her place of business.

“I have gathered numerous of inspired feedbacks from readers, who are being touched by my story,” Hampton said. “Some had begun to open up about their (struggles and hardships) and was thanking me for being transparent, even throughout the stages of anger, etc.”

To her credit, Hampton thought it essential to disclose the divine message to her reading audience through her new book.

“Always keep that child or children covered in prayer, but do not allow, nor tolerate absolutely no disrespect from that child or children,” Hampton said. “So throughout my book, I stand as an altar call (of sorts) that us prodigal parents need what churches don’t have — special prayers for us. Because what we endure is a war that other people don’t understand unless you have walked in our shoes…not even a pastor.”

While Hampton has yet to decide if she will write other books, she is hopeful that “A Book To Encourage Parents Hearts That Are Enduring A Prodigal Season” is constructed into either a stage play or, perhaps, a movie.


“It’s whatever God’s will is for me,” Hampton said. “This wasn’t an easy task to do — period. I’ve been doing my own promoting of my book on my social media pages, and I’m currently reaching out to local bookstores to allow my book to be on their shelves.”


“I have gathered numerous of inspired feedbacks from readers, who are being touched by my story,” Hampton said. “Some had begun to open up about their (struggles and hardships) and was thanking me for being transparent, even throughout the stages of anger, etc.”

With God, all things are possible, Hampton hinted, alluding to the rising and constant success surrounding her new book.

“Honestly, I’m still quietly trying to understand the gift and purpose in this (project) myself,” Hampton said. “But I’ve embraced other prodigal parents who needed this encouragement from my personal story. So with that, I just give God all the glory, knowing I wasn’t alone.”

All of which practically sums up why she wrote as if her life depended on it.

In many aspects, it did.


While Hampton has yet to decide if she will write other books, she is hopeful that “A Book To Encourage Parents Hearts That Are Enduring A Prodigal Season” is constructed into either a stage play or, perhaps, a movie.

For more information about Mid-South  Businesswoman/Author Etoria R. Hampton, to order her book or to schedule her for a public appearance or book signing, connect with her via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/toya.odomes.


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Accomplished New York entrepreneur DeShanda Carter: ‘I just want women to know together is better’


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Simply amazing.

Much to the delight of DeShanda Carter, it would be especially befitting to assess her progressive, thriving business venture with those two words.

For Carter, there are a variety of reasons Simply Carter Corp has become a constant fixture throughout the New York metropolitan area.
“My personal mission for doing this work is to empower women of all ages,” Carter, 45, told Making Headline News this week. “Let them see the grind of the everyday women trying to make it…get empowered by the everyday woman.”
Widely regarded as the parent company of Carter’s Diva Glam Mobile Party — which specializes in hosting parties and other events for girls of all ages — Carter’s endeavor also includes what is known as Simply Carters Kids, which is believed to be the only U. S. children’s car service with its own security app.

MAKING DREAMS A REALITY

HEART FOR PEOPLE — For DeShanda Carter, there are a variety of reasons Simply Carter Corp has become a constant fixture throughout the New York metropolitan area.

Also, under the Simply Carter Corp’s umbrella is Simply Carter Events, which customarily offers its array of intriguing photo booths.

And, then there is the Carter Brand, a flourishing venture that offers a variety of all natural and homemade skin care products.

A native of Harlem, New York who was raised in the nearby Bronx, Carter is a product of the historic New York City school system.

A devout woman of faith and accomplished author, who has always exemplified an entrepreneurial mindset, Carter’s Simply Carter Corps has become known for serving women of various walks of life, most notably through empowering and helping them discover their true passion in business.

“I just want women to know together is better,” said Carter, explaining why it is imperative to esteem others daily. “We don’t always have to do it alone.”


MORE ON SIMPLY CARTER CORP: http://www.simplycartercorp.com/

A devout woman of faith and accomplished author who has always exemplified the entrepreneurial mindset, Carter’s Simply Carter Corps has become known for serving women of various walks of life, most notably through empowering and helping them discover their true passion in business.

As Carter recalls, she was left with no choice at one point in time to fortify her vision on her own, a trend that, in turn, had ultimately catapulted her to her divine purpose.

“I did it alone because no one else saw my vision…and maybe it wasn’t meant for them to see,” Carter said. “I believe differently. I may not see your vision, but I will support and encourage you until the end.”

A retired New York City Department of Correction Captain, Carter was enrolled in college for two years before she eventually delved off into the ever-so-competitive world of entrepreneurship.

To her distinctly unique credit, she’s been nothing short remarkable.

Not bad for notable actress and longtime member of the Screen Actors Guild, who has appeared in the major motion picture, Dangerous Minds, as well as a host of stage plays and made a number of television appearances.

Having adopted a keen passion for writing and singing, this multitalented businesswoman’s reputation is such that, well, she’s been all about her business — first in Corporate American, now as an entrepreneur.

“There was no competition in mind when creating my brand,” said Carter, whose Simply Carter Corp caters to women of ages. “I just want women to win. When they look at me, I want them to see the potential in them.”

A business endeavor that is steadily making a strong case to attract more of a national presence — Carter has put her entrepreneurship mechanics on display in Atlanta, among other establishments — it’s safe to assume that Big Apple-area businesswoman’s best and brightest days are well ahead of her.


SIMPLY CARTER CORP MEDIA KIT: http://www.simplycartercorp.com/media-kit/

“It is important to inspire others daily, so they can be encouraged to live out their passion,” Carter said. We only have one life to live.”

So why not make it a simply amazing one — much like Simply Carter Corp?



A retired New York City Department of Correction Captain, Carter was enrolled in college for two years before she eventually delved off into the ever-so-competitive world of entrepreneurship.

For more information about New York  Businesswoman/Author DeShanda Carter of Simply Carter Corp, to order her books or to schedule her for a public appearance or book signing, call 845.682.0222 or log on to: http://www.simplycartercorp.com/. Connect with her via social media at: www.linkedin.com/in/Deshanda-Carter.


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