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Tampa businesswoman Jenelle Harris’ She EXIST organization steadily attracting more of a national presence

EXISTING WITH A PURPOSE

MISSION UNFOLDING — A Tampa, Florida-based mental health and business corporation, Jenelle Harris’ She EXIST’s mission is centered largely on ministering on what Harris refers to as “The Power of Her Testimony.”

DALLAS — Jenelle Harris would be the first to admit that she undoubtedly has a heart for women of various walks of life.

So much, in fact, that she’s established a notable platform that is centered largely on helping women to discover the best version of themselves.

“(I love) being able to provide a platform for other women’s accomplishment, partnering with other leaders and sharing some amazing testimonies and challenges in life,” Harris told Making Headline News during a recent interview. “And with doing this, we will be able to create a team that will help others with their goals. I love being a leader, because it also shares the values of authenticity and soul living.”

To her credit, Harris’ keen leadership skills have been put in display, particularly through her She EXIST organization.


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A Tampa, Florida-based mental health and business corporation, She EXIST’s mission is centered largely on ministering on what Harris refers to as “The Power of Her Testimony.”

As Harris eloquently explains, there are a variety of reasons for creating an organization that is starting to attract more of a national presence.

Harris is also is the mastermind behind newly-produced CD entitled, “She EXIST,” a project she co-produced with Moses The Mantra and is powered by BlackPeri LLC.


“I think it is important to be an asset to your community, your society, and the work place,” said Harris, when asked why it is imperative to esteem others highly than herself. “I think teaching and educating positivity is always needed. We’ve heard the saying, ‘It takes a village to raise kids and it will take a team to build teams.’”


Much Harris’ to delight, her organization is steadily expanding, meaning it’s safe to assume that She EXIST’s best and brightest days are well ahead of it.

“(It) continues to grow, as those who are broken find a sense of peace while healing and telling their story,” Harris said.

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Interestingly, Harris’ She EXIST is designed specifically as a speaking platform, of sorts, most notably for women to share their stories with other women or, as she acknowledges, “to encourage and uplift those who are broken and have given up on life.”

“Throughout these sessions, you can feel the positive vibes and energy from the women who present telling the story,” Harris said.

What’s even more astounding for Harris — an accomplished marketing consulting and motivational speaker — is that her credible organization will be hosting what is known as the “Expanding Your Territory” event on June 22 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Powered by She EXIST, this nationally-acclaimed networking conference will take place at the Raleigh Elks Lodge No. 735, located at 5538 Lead Mine Road.

Tickets for this event can be purchased at https://sheexist.org/.

A native of Brooklyn, New York, Harris is an accomplished author, who has been featured in the book entitled, “Diamonds In The Rough: A Woman’s Guide To Living An Empowered Life.”

A book that’s written by Charmaine Powell, “Diamonds In The Rough: A Woman’s Guide To Living An Empowered Life” will be available soon at Amazon.com.

As for She EXIST, Harris’ organization accommodates mostly individuals and groups ranging in ages 16 to 75.

“The tool that I have is for everyone and this is the authenticity that I admire,” Harris said. “Everyone needs leadership and everyone needs empowerment, spiritual awareness, and spirituality intelligence.

“My goal is to inspire everyone with connecting to their inner selves, because oftentimes, we are connecting to a bill, to a toxic relationship, or to a bad environment,” Harris continued, adding that arguably her greatest inspirations are globally-acclaimed ministers Sheryl Brady, Bishop T. D. Jakes, and Bishop Duncan Williams, as well as her beloved grandmother. “When you begin to live from your soul daily, you will begin to detach from negativity and start to condition your mind with what makes sense. Your visibility will be clear your reaction will be a sense of action to make a change.”

Besides her upcoming event in June, Harris — whose work-related experience spans more than 17 years — is scheduled to appear on “I Am Enough” talk show that’s hosted by Wanda D. Hollis April 21. In addition, she will be featured in the April issue of Maline Pride’s Black Wall Street magazine.

“I started as a young girl at the age of 17, working as a HHA, helping elders in their homes…one-one-one care, and that inspired me to do more and to be more,” Harris said. “I was also working as a security guard, doing a grave yard shift in the projects in Harlem with no reservations going back to a city called Brooklyn.”

And the rest, as they say, was history.

Look at her today, walking fervently in her purpose, functioning mightily in her element.

With God, her Helper, leading the way.


For more information about Tampa, Florida Businesswoman Jenelle Harris of She EXIST, or to schedule her for a public appearance or speaking engagement, connect with her via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/patricia.seiforth.


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New York entrepreneur Jesikah Lei starts business from a shelter, completes dramatic comeback with second venture


STRENGTH UNDER PRESSURE 

DEFYING ALL ODDS — A native of the Bronx, New York, Jesikah Lei is the proud owner of dual businesses as the CEO of Allure-Hair & Lashes and jNewYorkBoutique.

So what exactly did Jesikah Lei do to deserve the various forms of hardships that disrupted her life and resulted in a devastating blow to her faith?

Nothing at all, to be honest.

“I’ve been homeless, raped, beaten, abused…a lot,” Lei, a New York businesswoman, told Making Headline News this week, recalling the tumultuous, emotionally-driven experiences through which she had endured long before she was blessed to become an entrepreneur.

Despite all through which she had gone, one pivotal thing remained the same.

That is, Lei never shied away from her faith in her Creator.

“God was and is my Savior,” Lei says without hesitation.

For Lei, a 42-year-old single mother of two, that certainly proved to be the case in the life of a young businesswoman, who knows full well what it’s like to diligently press and navigate her way through arguably the toughest of obstacles.


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FOUGHT HER WAY THROUGH — For Lei, one favorable development had ultimately led to another, and before she knew it, jNewYorkBoutique was up and running, in full operation — all while God continued to work behind the scenes, thus preparing her a table in the presence of her enemies in the process.

Heck, even when she was forced to land a job at the tender age of was 14, God was right there.

Even when her young body was violated time and again through physical and sexual abuse, God was right there.

Even when she vacated grade school prematurely, God was right there.

Even when she had given birth to her first child as a teenage mother, God was right there.

And, amongst the things this devoted single mother-turned-businesswoman has discovered is that God is still very much right here today unlike never before.

A native of the Bronx, New York, Lei is the proud owner of dual businesses as the CEO of Allure-Hair & Lashes and jNewYorkBoutique.

Talk about making a dramatic comeback for the ages.


“I actually started my business while living in a shelter five years ago. All I had was an idea, a prayer, and a plan.” — Jesikah Lei


As it turned out, that was just about all she needed to jumpstart a business that is benefited her mightily — this after all the hell and chaos and unnecessary foolishness she had to endure.


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“Once I received a call for my Section-8 apartment,” I knew at that moment God had answered my prayer,” said Lei, giving God His rightful credit. “Now, the plan? No so much, yet (Lei is laughing now) “So, I started doing my research on how to start my very own online boutique.”

And the rest, as they say, was history.

And, for Lei, one favorable development had ultimately led to another.

And before she knew it, jNewYorkBoutique was up and running and in full operations — all while God continued to work behind the scenes, thus preparing her a table in the presence of her enemies in the process.

ROUND TWO — As her Lei’s Allure venture, it is a business she established some two months ago and is still “growing in product,” Lei said.

As her Lei’s Allure venture, it is a business Lei established some two months ago and is still “growing in product,” she said.

“I joined many Facebook groups for support and learned purposes as well,” said Lei, explaining the essential steps needed to establish her business. “A new journey for a new me.”

For Lei, it was just the much-anticipated fresh start she needed, considering even during her season in the wilderness, her support system seemed practically nonexistent, she explained.

Still, when the dust had settled, God was right there — had been there, really, from the outset.

“I had to think of a plan to get myself and my son out of poverty, and I knew that fashion had always been a passion of mine, so, I decided on opening my very first online clothing boutique,” Lei said.

Much to her delight, her business went into full operations in July 2018.

Much to her delight, it had been flourishing ever since.

For the record, Lei would be the first to admit that she didn’t need anyone to feel sorry for her. Credit her idea, prayer, and a plan as the reasons why.

“I said, ‘Enough is enough,’” said Lei, explaining her motivation for choosing to turn to entrepreneurship. “I knew that God would hold me down.”

Indeed He has. He’s been holding her down ever since.

Talk about making a dramatic comeback for the ages.

“My son’s kids and granddaughter are the reason for it all,” Lei says of her sustained success as an entrepreneur. “I knew that I had to succeed and accomplish my goals.”

Today, Lei has deemed it essential to empower other girls and young ladies to never place their dreams by the wayside.

BUT GOD — “I’ve been homeless, raped, beaten, abused…a lot,” Lei, a young New York businesswoman, told Making Headline News this week, recalling the tumultuous, emotionally-driven experiences through which she had endured long before she was blessed to become an entrepreneur.

“It’s important for all females — young and old — that no matter the struggle, hurt, or pain, you can do all things through faith and (you’ve) just got to believe in yourself,” Lei said. “Someone out there is listening and will bring light into your dark days.”

Just as God had done for her.


For more information about New York Businesswoman Jesikah Lei, connect with her via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/jessika.lee.146. Also, email her at: jnewyorkboutique@gmail.com.


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EDITOR’S NOTE: If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, producer, author, athlete, musician, barber, life coach, motivational speaker, cosmetologist, tax preparer, model, or pastor/minister who is seeking exposure and would like to share your story with an in-depth news feature, call Reporter Andre Johnson at 901-690-6587 or Facebook message him under “Andre T. Johnson” for details.

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 andre@makingheadlinenews.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

New York author Shawn Headley’s new book enjoying instant success with unprecedented sales

I have seen something else under the sun: The race is not to the swift or the battle to the strong, nor does food come to the wise or wealth to the brilliant or favor to the learned; but time and chance happen to them all. (Ecclesiastes 9:11 NIV)


At the end of the real day, you’ve got to grasp a thorough concept of what it means to go far beyond start.

That, after all, practically sums up why Shawn Headley has become fully committed to often posing the million dollar question.

That is, “Are you confused about how to get started?

“God gave me the vision to write the book in 2016, but as the book title goes, I didn’t know how to start,” Headley, a Long Island, New York-area author, told Making Headline News this week.


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The book to which Headley is alluding is her informative and compelling project that is entitled, “The Start Is What Stops Most People: 7 Simple Steps To Starting Your Nonprofit Organization.”

A book that officially made its presence on the market a less than two months ago, Headley’s “The Start Is What Stops Most People: 7 Simple Steps To Starting Your Nonprofit Organization” is an extension of her Each One Teach One Mentoring Service, or nonprofit organization.

A native of the Bronx, New York, Headley has enjoyed what apparently has been instant success since the release her new book.

GPS SYSTEM TO SUCCESS — A book that officially made its presence on the market a less than two months ago, Headley’s “The Start Is What Stops Most People: 7 Simple Steps To Starting Your Nonprofit Organization” is an extension of her Each One Teach One Mentoring Service, or nonprofit organization.

That’s because she immediately sold out of her initial batch just days after fielding it (not including her online orders through Amazon).

More than anything, though, credit her immeasurable body of work through her professional as the biggest reason her book is enjoying sustained success.


“My reason for writing the book is because as I coach individuals, the one thing has been said throughout. I’ve always wanted to start my nonprofit and I didn’t know how and I didn’t know where to begin.” — Author Shawn Headley 


To her credit, all of that has changed considerably in recent years, in large part because Headley’s nonprofit organization experience spans more than eight years.

PUTTING IN WORK — More than anything, credit Headley’s immeasurable body of work through her professional as the biggest reason her book is enjoying sustained success.

For instance, Each One Teach One began with a vision to help givers in the nonprofit industry achieve what they deserve, according to a detailed breakdown of Headley’s organization at https://eachoneteachonementoring.com.

Such perseverance had ultimately led to Headley having established A Stairway To Hope — her very first nonprofit organization — in 2010.

So much for stopping at the very start, considering this progressive and resourceful businesswoman-turned-author needed roughly two weeks to start and finish “The Start Is What Stops Most People: 7 Simple Steps To Starting Your Nonprofit Organization.”


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“The divine message I’m sending with the book is that if you’re arm with knowledge of how to execute your vision, then you can get your dream off the ground,” Headley explained. “The message I’m also trying to give is the start is what stops most people, but through this book, your new beginnings can be less stressful.”

Interestingly, it seems that Headley’s unique analogies and suggestions have inspired countless of people, particularly those who aspire to establish a nonprofit organization.

How else to explain the rapid sellout of her first batch of books?


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“The feedback that I’ve gotten from the book is that it’s comprehensive and the light bulb goes off after reading the book,” Headley said. “I believe God put me on this earth as a giver.”

To her credit, Headley’s professional resume is such that she customarily gives mightily, courtesy of agape love, coupled with a wealth of experience as a nonprofit organization insider, of sorts.

“It started with my own nonprofit organization, A Stairway To Hope, which is a community outreach organization for individuals  and families in need,” said Headley, who has announced a second book is presently in the works and will be released by year’s end. “And now I create more givers by helping nonprofits get off the ground.”

Because, after all, at the end of the real day, you’ve got to grasp a thorough concept of what it means to go far beyond start.

For more information about Long Island, New York-area Author Shawn Headley, or to schedule her for a public appearance, a book signing or speaking engagement, call 1-347-499-8440, or fax 1-516-285-0350. Also, send email to: eachoneteach1mentoring@gmail.com.


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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 andre@makingheadlinenews.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

Brooklyn, New York’s Shaquan Hoke conquers homelessness as single mother of five, establishes credible business venture

MAKING HEADLINE NEWS WELCOMES BUSINESSWOMAN SHEQUAN HOKE 

 

There’s no other way to put it.

Shaquan Hoke had her hands full, had entirely too much on her plate.

START SPREADING THE NEWS — A longtime New York City employment specialist, businesswoman Shaquan Hoke is the proud owner and chief executive officer of Beyond A J.O.B Inc., a credible consultant agency in employment and a business start-up that is centers mostly on personal development, particularly as it relates to helping job-seekers jumpstart and get a leg up on their professional journey.

As if being enrolled as a full-time college student wasn’t enough, Hoke recalls like yesterday how she was faced with the brutally tough task of trying to juggle two jobs, all the while trying to keep food in the mouth of five children.

“Over 10 years ago, working two jobs was not enough,” Hoke, 42, told Making Headline News during a recent interview. “I struggled to make ends meet.”

For Hoke, things had become so turbulent that she and her children had wound up homeless — with nowhere to go but up.

That is when she reached out to God for an in-depth, intimate conversation which, much to her delight, proved to be her life’s defining moment. 

“I made a promise to God that once I got on my feet, I would pay it forward by assisting the homeless and at-risk population to realize the skills they have and to monetize them to regain self-sufficiency,” Hoke explained.

To her credit, she not only held true to her personal pledge to God but, more than anything, she reaped the favorable results she so desperately sought.

A longtime New York City employment specialist, Hoke is the proud owner and chief executive officer of Beyond A J.O.B Inc., a credible consultant agency in employment and a business start-up that is centers mostly on personal development, particularly as it relates to helping job-seekers jumpstart and get a leg up on their professional journey.

A native of Brooklyn, New York, Hoke’s Beyond A J.O.B Inc. went into full operations some three years ago, but her experience as an employment specialist spans more than a decade.

Beyond A J.O.B Inc., in fact, is widely known for offering an array of strategic and effective services, most notably resume building, employment assistance, job planning, and customized clarity sessions.

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The customized clarity is comprised of two 90-minute sessions, during which Hoke and her staff will give clarity on where job-seekers are now in their respective career and personal life, as well as to where they aspire to transition and how to get there.

In addition, Beyond A J.O.B Inc. offers group and private training for women, including women veterans, reintegrating into civilian culture.

Also, clients are afforded the golden opportunity to obtain hard and soft skills training, supportive services, financial literacy, employment services, and retention, according to a detailed description of Hoke’s venture at https://beyondajob.net.

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Generally, these programs are designed to provide valuable professional development, including resume-building, interviewing skills, and workplace attire.

According to Hoke, who had become greatly inspired by her husband to “step into entrepreneurship,” her business typically caters individuals ranging in ages 30 to 50.

“Career changers often contact me through referrals or companies I’ve worked for (to seek) consultations and coaching,” Hoke said. “However, I have also coached ages 18 to 24 through employers.”

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Since the inception of Beyond A J.O.B Inc., Hoke’s business has steadily acquired more of an international presence, she said, considering she has serviced clients as far as in Montreal, Quebec, a trend that simultaneously has attracted a presence through the mainstream media.

An accomplished author, Hoke holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Science from the College of New Rochelle.

BIG APPLE COMEBACK STORY — A native of Brooklyn, New York, Hoke’s Beyond A J.O.B Inc. went into full operations some three years ago, but her experience as an employment specialist spans more than a decade.

“It is imperative for me to esteem and inspire others daily as I know how it feels to feel depressed, insecure, and defeated,” Hoke said. “Low self-esteem can be detrimental to a future. I believe that speaking life into a person will not only help them, but will create a momentum to elevate our community.”

Well said by a progressive, thriving businesswoman, who can greatly attest to what it’s like to defy arguably the greatest of odds.

There’s no other way to put it.

For more information about New York Businesswoman Shaquan Hoke or to inquire about Beyond A J.O.B Inc., schedule her for a book signing or speaking engagement, connect with her via social media under: Shaquan Hoke. Also, send email to: beyondajobnyc@gmail.com.


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Brooklyn, New York minister Latonya Smiley advancing the kingdom mightily as an international spiritual life coach

Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you. (Ephesians 4:32)

 

Latonya Smiley was only keeping it real.

Or as this modern-day generation would say, she was simply keeping it 100.

START SPREADING THE NEWS — A native of Brooklyn, New York, LaTonya Smiley, 49, is the founder and chief executive officer the UNBROKEN Movement, a Middletown, New York-based venture she founded in 2011.

“I felt that God had forgotten about me and there was no purpose in my life,” Smiley told Making Headline News this week. “My mother chose to stay with my dad until he died five years ago, and it was at that time I took my first breath.”

For Smiley, it was just the figurative breath that had seemingly been displaced from her life for quite some time.

But God…

“God had spoken to me and told me that I needed to forgive my parents, and it was one of the hardest things that I had to do, but it was the very thing that resuscitated me,” Smiley explained. “I knew that this was my assignment when people begin to question my strength and how I was able to speak with such power on the topic of forgiveness.”

For Smiley, that people from various walks of like deem it essential to often consult her as a way to build up their spirit man has benefited her mightily, particularly since God strategically delivered her from arguably the most trying season of her life.

A native of Brooklyn, New York, Smiley, 49, is the founder and chief executive officer the UNBROKEN Movement, a Middletown, New York-based venture she founded in 2011.

MORE ON LATONYA SMILEY: https://latonyasmiley.com/

GLOBAL IMPACT — Interestingly, Smiley was chosen by the Speaker’s Institute For Women to travel the globe and teach forgiveness in a variety of countries.

An accomplished minister and spiritual life coach, Smiley’s movement is geared largely toward teaching people forgiveness, particularly after they’ve endured traumatic encounters such as molestation, infidelity, friendship betrayal or, as she says, “whatever needs to be forgiven.”

For Smiley, that she has grasped a thorough understanding of what it means to forgive didn’t merely come easy.

Amongst the reasons is that the spirit of forgiveness was practically instilled in her by God amid a series of chaotic, turbulent occurrences that transpired early in her life.

For instance, Smiley was molested by her father for an extensive period of time between the tender ages of nine and 13, a rather sickening, disheartening trend that not only gave way to her becoming pregnant, but caused her to spend most of my life in what she labels a “state of brokenness and bitterness.”

SHOW TIME FOR GOD — An accomplished minister and spiritual life coach, Smiley’s movement is geared largely toward her teaching people forgiveness, particularly after they’ve endured traumatic encounters such as molestation, infidelity, friendship betrayal or, as she says, “whatever needs to be forgiven.”

“As long as I was living a broken life, everything I tried to do crumbled,” Smiley said. “I was working as a paramedic, running around lights and sirens, saving other people’s lives and, every day when I went home, I want to take my own life.”

All things considered, what Smiley had ultimately found out was that we serve a God Who specializes in things that are seemingly impossible.

Today, unlike never before, she’s ironically specializing in things that seemed farfetched in the recent past.

SPANNING THE GLOBE — Just recently, she was invited to London, where she was afforded the golden opportunity to teach on the subject of forgiveness along with promoting a few books she’s authored.  An advocate for child sexual abuse, Smiley is the owner of Unbroken Publishing and a best-selling author whose book, Father, Can You Hear Me, The Weeping Pedophile, will be released at a date to be announced.

“I specialize in mentoring those broken by molestation and both men and women seek me for help in learning to forgive their abusers,” Smiley said. “What makes me unique is everyone wants to tell a story, but very few offer solutions on how to move forward. Because it is such a sensitive topic, I am very humble that people listen when I give instructions on what to do.”

Much to Smiley’s delight, experience surely has proven to be her best teacher, especially for such a time as now.

Amongst the reasons is that Smiley’s expertise on forgiveness has given way to her becoming an international speaker.

GOD’S SPOKESPERSON — For Smiley, that people from various walks of like deem it essential to often consult her as a way to build up their spirit man has benefited her mightily, particularly since God strategically delivered her from arguably the most trying season of her life.

And, just recently, she was invited to London, where she was afforded the golden opportunity to teach on the subject of forgiveness along with promoting a few books she’s authored.

An advocate for child sexual abuse, Smiley is the owner of Unbroken Publishing and is a best-selling author whose book, Father, Can You Hear Me, The Weeping Pedophile, will be released at a date to be announced.

An escalation supervisor for United Health Care, Smiley is a graduate of LaGuardia Community College with an Associate’s Degree in Paramedicine. She has been a New York City-area paramedic for more than 10 years.

SMILEY’S ALL SMILES — Today, unlike never before, Smiley is ironically specializing in things that seemed farfetched in the recent past.

Interestingly, she was chosen by the Speaker’s Institute For Women to travel the globe and teach forgiveness in a variety of countries.

Talk about overcoming a slew of obstacles to a point where God is strategically using her for His glory.

“I love seeing families restored after trauma and through the power of forgiveness,” Smiley said. “My personal mission is showing victims that although things start off ugly just like for the butterfly, they were designed to be beautiful if they will just respect the process and understand that trouble does not last always.”

Talk about keeping it real.

Or as this modern-day generation would say, keeping it 100.

 

For more information about Minister and Spiritual Life Coach Latonya Smiley or to schedule her for a speaking engagement, call 347.483.46 71. Also, send email to: evesroses@yahoo.com.

 

EDITOR’S NOTE: If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, producer, author, athlete, musician, barber, life coach, motivational speaker, cosmetologist, tax preparer, model, or pastor/minister who is seeking exposure and would like to share your story with an in-depth news feature, call Reporter Andre Johnson at 901-690-6587 or Facebook message him under “Andre T. Johnson” for details.

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

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Birth Of CEO Nation business partners having a monumental impact on CEO’s, others around the country

DALLAS — To their distinctly unique credit, business partners Will Wright and Yomecia Webb have provided a whole new twist to the term, collaboration.

For starters, Wright, 39, is co-founder and chief executive officer of Birth Of CEO Nation, a strategic, progressive organization whose mission includes, among other things, exemplifying a social impact, particularly as it relates to preparing aspiring and existing life coaches, authors, trainers, and speaker professional development.

Moreover, this organization has proven to be a beacon of light for those who strive to enhance their endeavors, in large part because it is widely known for offering what is known as “end users,” most notably for schools, churches, businesses, and social organizations, among others.

Interesting enough, Birth Of CEO Nation is effective in that it is committed to functioning as a young entrepreneur platform with regards to offering support to youths and preparing kids who aspire to maximize their greatness, according to a detail description of Wright’s organization at http://birthofaceonation.co/about-us/.

Having served in the military for more than two decades, most notably as a leader, trainer and a Corporate America speaker, Wright, during a recent interview with Making Headlines News, spoke at length about how his wealth of business-oriented experience has greatly enabled him to give back mightily through his thriving organization.

“I love helping others develop into leaders and maximizing their potential,” Wright, a native of Chicago by way of Mississippi, said. “I have spoken in 30 states, 10 different countries, over 300 schools, colleges and businesses. My mentor inspired me to do, and I have been doing this since 2001.”

MAKING MASSIVE HEADLINES — Having served in the military for more than two decades, most notably as a leader, trainer and a Corporate America speaker, Wright, during a recent interview with Making Headlines News, spoke at length about how his wealth of business-oriented experience has greatly enabled him to give back mightily through his thriving organization.

Much to Wright’s delight, countless individuals who are destined to maximize their fullest potential have bought into and embraced his notable vision of exceeding their lofty expectations.

Amongst those is Webb, his business partner and co-founder who has become a fixture for Birth Of CEO Nation.

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A native of Brooklyn, New York who presently resides in New York City, Webb, 41, said amongst the things that greatly inspired her to affiliate with Birth Of CEO Nation is the family-like atmosphere it customarily creates for those involved with the organization.

“I see a family,” Webb said. “I see that collectively, we can create endless opportunities and average everyday people can tap into their greater gifts and make this world a better place. This is a heart venture more than a business venture.”

To her credit, Webb has become a notable asset for Birth Of CEO Nation, particularly as it pertains to motivating aspiring authors. Webb is responsible for having authored three books, her featured one of which is entitled, “The NYC’s Melting Pot Kidz: “You Can Touch My Hair.”

“People would advance and they would gain support, knowledge and have access to professional speakers, life coaches, authors, publishers and potential clients,” Webb explained. “Our members would benefit from our investment program that can build our economy and offer business opportunities for our new CEO’s. We offer encouragement for our entrepreneurs and we have mentors available to continue to speak life in their dreams.”

Because as Webb acknowledges, “It isn’t easy being a CEO.”

STAY TUNED — Wright will be releasing his forthcoming book entitled, “In The Trenches: Never quit. Never surrender.”

By and large, what’s so astounding about Birth Of CEO Nation is that anyone who are determined to step on a faith by maximizing their potential are welcome to come aboard.

Also, Wright will be releasing his forthcoming book entitled, “In The Trenches: Never quit. Never surrender.”

“We are lacking support and encouragement,” Webb said. “As a CEO, it can be very challenging to get through the next level. We at Birth Of CEO Nation have made it a priority to be that missing link and to give birth to CEO’s. There is so much talent and gifts that go unrecognized. Our goal is to bring out the better version of you.”

All while providing a whole new twist to the term, collaboration.

 

EDITOR’S NOTE: If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, producer, author, athlete, musician, barber, life coach, motivational speaker, cosmetologist, tax preparer, model, or pastor/minister who is seeking exposure and would like to share your story with an in-depth news feature, call Reporter Andre Johnson at 901-690-6587 or Facebook message him under “Andre T. Johnson” for details.

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

 

New York City author Yomecia Webb on her awe-inspiring books: ‘Thank God I didn’t give up, nor did I give in’

START SPREADING THE NEWS — A native of Brooklyn, New York who currently resides in New York City, Yomecia Webb is responsible for having authored three books, her featured one of which is entitled, “The NYC’s Melting Pot Kidz: “You Can Touch My Hair.”

Yomecia Webb was so excited Friday afternoon.

So much, in fact, that she wasted little time taking to her Facebook page to share with her 2,600 social media friends some much-anticipated favorable news.

Said Webb in a post: Look out for my story!!!!! Everyone has one!

And just like that, the social media world was official enlighten of the forthcoming awe-inspiring and emotional story surrounding a thriving young writer whom, to her distinctly unique credit, thought it essential to delve off into the ever-so-competitive authorship industry.

“God had given me this vision almost two years ago. It just came to me that I can encourage and uplift (the masses) in a form of a book,” Webb told Making Headline News during an exclusive interview this week. “It became so clear that my message can reach millions, so that’s my goal…to reach millions with my positive message.”

For what it’s worth, Webb’s spirited messages have, by all accounts, come to impact and enrich countless individuals, most notably youths.

A native of Brooklyn, New York who currently resides in New York City, Webb is responsible for having authored three books, her featured one of which is entitled, “The NYC’s Melting Pot Kidz: “You Can Touch My Hair.”

A 24-page, paperback Volume 1 edition that officially made its presence on the market back on May 26, Webb needed a little more than a year to compose a book she assembled amid a series of tragic occurrences about which she had to endure.

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For starters, tragedy hit her family like a freight train in 2014 when Webb fielded news of the untimely death of her sister, whom she deemed her best friend.

Her sister’s demise transpired years after having buried her first husband, who passed away in 2006.

All things considered, Webb is persuaded that it was in God’s will for her to express her disappointment — and much-anticipated breakthroughs — by way of putting pen to paper, a trend that had ultimately given way to her emerging as a young, bright and resourceful author.

So far, so good for a progressively brilliant writer whom, given the turmoil about which she has endured in recent years, understands mightily just how precious, but fragile life is.

“I understand that life is valuable and that I must convey to my audience that they ought to live and do what you can while you can,” said Webb, explaining the purpose for her inspiring books. “I do this for my loved ones, because they were great individuals who inspired many with their words, and I pray that through my words, I can bless someone else.

Without question, she’s doing just that, courtesy of her immense gifts as a writer, especially through her intriguing book entitled, “I’m Taking My Life back.”

Also, Webb’s book entitled, “Meet The Tears,” a children’s daily written document of inspirations that was published in March and is scheduled to hit the market in time for the Christmas holidays.

“My children’s books will have a series ‘NYC’s Melting Pot Kidz,’ which is a diverse book, so this book is about an African-American girl,” Webb said. “The next book will be about my Asian, Hispanic, Jamaican, and Caucasian sisters. They will have their own dolls that feature each character’s culture. I hope that each doll is accepted in each home.”

While displaying a great deal of transparency, Webb acknowledged that her concept for writing her book was also fueled largely by her ability to overcome having faced homelessness while being stricken with complications of battling high blood pressure.

BIG APPLE IMPACT — All things considered, Webb is persuaded that it was in God’s will for her to express her disappointment — and much-anticipated breakthroughs — by way of put pen to paper, a trend that had ultimately given way to her emerging as a young, bright and resourceful author. So far, so good for a progressively brilliant writer whom, given the turmoil about which she has endured in recent years, understands mightily just how precious, but fragile life is.

“While my back was against the wall, people I loved the most turned away from me, but thank God I didn’t give up nor did I give in,” said Webb, while referencing the words to the familiar Biblical passage that is Luke 12:48. “I refused to let go.  God gave me a vision in which I had required more work to do, because there were more gifts to receive. To whom much is given, much will be required.”

As for her Webb’s faithful reading audience…

“I just want to encourage each reader and listener to be encouraged,” she said. “You may be going through some trials and triumphs and you may be facing adversity, but just know that I from went from tragedy to triumph and my best is yet to come. Your best is yet to come, so look your challenges in the face and smile, because you will get through it.”

Spoken like a true overcome, one who has been strategically set aside for God’s use.

 

For  more information on Author Yomecia Webb, who also provides ghost writing services, feel free to send email to: y.childrenbookz@gmail.com . Also, call her directly at 845-754-1548. 

 

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EDITOR’S NOTE: If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, producer, author, athlete, musician, barber, life coach, motivational speaker, cosmetologist, tax preparer, model, or pastor/minister who is seeking exposure and would like to share your story with an in-depth news feature, call Reporter Andre Johnson at 901-690-6587 or Facebook message him under “Andre T. Johnson” for details.

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