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Florida businesswoman Dr. Minesha White presides over world’s No. 1 emerging holistic accountability system for women


She considers a field and buys it; out of her earnings she plants a vineyard; She sets about her work vigorously; her arms are strong for her tasks. (Proverbs 31:16-17 NIV)


MASSIVE GLOBAL IMPACT 

DESTINY STEPS — To her credit, Dr. Minesha White’s well-publicized leadership skills, coupled with her immeasurable entrepreneurship track record, have been nothing short of impressive, most notably as the face of Work-Life Harmony Leadership & Development Company, her Tampa, Florida-based coaching academy whose mission is centered largely on what she refers to as teaching “Work-Life Harmony” to high-performing women.

First and foremost, she credits Almighty God for strategically bestowing upon her the desires of her heart.

Secondly, she thoroughly appreciates her parents, in large part because of their tenacity and resourcefulness.
“I was exposed to the highs and lows of entrepreneurship since I was born,” Dr. Minesha White, during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said, recalling the memorable developments that have contributed mightily to her quest to emerging as a successful businesswoman.
Interestingly, she customarily pays homage to the legendary Cecily Tyson and the late Maya Angelou for their grace and gratitude.
And then there’s iconic and renowned spiritual leaders, the late Dr. Myles Monroe, and megachurch Pastor, Bishop T. D. Jakes, whom she commends for their wealth of wisdom and spiritual council.

MORE ON DR. WHITE’S VENTURE:  www.mineshawhite.com

She’d be remiss if she did not salute notable inspirational speakers Abraham Hicks and Bob Proctor for their keen knowledge and mental hygiene.

Oh, and she certainly can’t forget world renowned producer and playwright Tyler Perry for what she describes as a “commitment to the process.”

All things considered, these empowering, beloved and globally acclaimed individuals are whom Dr. White credits for having helped shape her life for what it has become to this very day.

Given her solid business-oriented resume, it’s no surprise that Dr. White has been blessed immensely to function in the purpose for which God created her, considering her entrepreneurship spans some two decades.

“For as long as I can remember, my daily motivation has always been to show up in the world as a better person than I did the day before,” Dr. White said. “Living and leading with myself as the competition has helped to keep me focused and my motivation pure.”

To her credit, Dr. White’s well-publicized leadership skills, coupled with her immeasurable entrepreneurship track record, have been nothing short of impressive, most notably as the face of Work-Life Harmony Leadership & Development Company, her Tampa, Florida-based coaching academy whose strategic mission is centered largely on what she refers to as teaching “Work-Life Harmony” to high-performing women.

“I prefer to brand myself first at the creator of the Work-Life Harmony method, although I’m also known as ‘The Business Doctor’ for high-performers who want to use their skills, gifts, and talents to start or grow an automated business online,” said Dr. White, 36, who holds a Master’s Degree from Walden University and is a Doctoral candidate at the same school during which she’s studying Public Policy and Administration with a specialization in Nonprofit Management and Leadership.


CHANGING A GENERATION 

A native of New Jersey, Dr. White’s venture accommodates mostly women, she acknowledged.

“Although men embrace my Work-Life Harmony Method, I specialize in serving women with a lot of roles and responsibilities,” she explained. “I accomplish this through online courses, live events, and published content.”

Given her solid business-oriented resume, it’s no surprise that Dr. White has been blessed immensely to function in the purpose for which God created her, considering her entrepreneurship spans some two decades.

FAMILY FOCUS — Fortunately for Dr. White, it is due in large part to her business’ digital presence that has greatly afforded her the golden opportunity to put her immeasurable skills on display in as many as 17 countries, many of which are represented in her Work-Life Harmony- The Perfect Blend of Life Business & Inspiration Facebook group.

“I’ve been an entrepreneur since I was 16 years old and founded my first non-profit (organization, which served my community for 12 years,” Dr. White recalls.

For her valiant efforts, it was those early years, she said, that had greatly cultivated her establish what is now The Work-Life Harmony Method, a venture that is presently regarded as the world’s No. 1 emerging holistic accountability system for women.

Talk about having an immediate and massive impact, coupled with sustained entrepreneurial success.


“I like the freedom and fulfillment I get from working full-time from home, while impacting lives and healing families all over the world through my signature Work-Life Harmony Method,” said Dr. White, whose company caters mostly to women ranging in ages 24 to 45. “Because I know my kids have expiration dates, in this season of my life, I choose to make my impact exclusively online.”


Fortunately for Dr. White, it is due in large part to her business’ digital presence that has greatly afforded her the golden opportunity to put her immeasurable skills on display in as many as 17 countries, many of which are represented in her Work-Life Harmony- The Perfect Blend of Life Business & Inspiration Facebook group.

“I was exposed to the highs and lows of entrepreneurship since I was born,” Dr. Minesha White, during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said, recalling the memorable developments that have contributed mightily to her quest to become a successful businesswoman.

“(My mission is) to impact world systems with my signature, Work-Life Harmony method. Once leaders learn their own Work-Life Harmony flow, they will have the capacity to live and lead within their specific system of influence with more consciousness and impact.

“I teach high performing women Work-Life Harmony so that they can live and lead their best life, without compromising themselves or their family.”


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For more information about Florida Businesswoman Dr. Minesha White of Work-Life Harmony Leadership & Development Company, to inquire about a public appearance, speaking engagement or book signing, connect with her company via social media at Facebook:  https://worklife.members-only.online/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmineshawhite/. Also, send email to: minesha@worklifeharmonymethod.com .


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Georgia author Dr. Estella Dior’s “You Were Destined To Survive” impacting a generation one life at a time


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


SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST 

A MUST READ — A book that was officially released in October 2019, Dr. Estella Dior’s “You Were Destined To Survive” depicts the lives of a number of women, many of whom have not only survived some of the most horrific traumas anyone can experience, but much to their delight, they were blessed to have overcome that through which they had endured.

While addressing the media Saturday morning, Dr. Estella Dior wasted little time issuing a rather direct message, coupled with a pivotal reminder to her fellow sistas.

So ya might wanna take heed.
“The single reason was to uplift and empower others (women) to know your past doesn’t determine your future,” Dior during an exclusive interview with Making Headline News, said, explaining vividly what fueled her fervent desire to become an empowerment author.
A Brunswick, Georgia-based author who’s had to press and navigate her way through a rash of obstacles — notably molestation, rape, teen pregnancy, and depression, among other turmoil — Dr. Dior deemed it essential to share of her spiritually-empowering testimonies with the recent release of her book entitled, “You Were Destined To Survive.”
A book that was officially released in October 2019, Dr. Dior’s “You Were Destined To Survive” depicts the lives of a number of women, many of whom have not only survived some of the most horrific traumas anyone can experience, but much to their delight, they were blessed to have overcome that through which they had endured.

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According to a detailed introduction at Amazon.com, Dr. Dior’s book is appropriately described as a “compilation of stories,” many of which will take readers on a ride through the lives of 12 women who have gone to great lengths to share what this brilliant writer describes as their “darkest secrets,” or those “dark moments” that subsequently led them to truly walking and living in their light.

“One thing each of these women has in common is that they are true overcomers and they refuse to allow the toughest circumstances keep them down,” said an Amazon spokesperson for Dr. Dior’s “You Were Destined To Survive.’ “The only time you’ll find these women kneeling is to pray and give thanks to God for bringing them so far.”

A book that is comprised of 177 pages in lengths, Dr. Dior began composing “You Were Destined To Survive” sometime in January 2017 and needed somewhere in the neighborhood of a year and a half to complete a project that will be on display during her upcoming book signing April 4 at 6 p.m. EST at the newly-erected La Quinta by Wyndham Brunswick/Golden Isles, located at 100 Capital Square Drive in Brunswick.

When asked what the single is, most underlying reason she elected to write “You Were Destined To Survive,” Dr. Dior, a native of Miami, said: “In life, we all have struggles called survival moments. But that’s when God will reach way down to pull you from your valley experiences.”


MORE ON DR. DIOR: https://www.officialestelladior.com/

A Brunswick, Georgia-based author who’s had to press and navigate her way through a rash of obstacles — notably molestation, rape, teen pregnancy, and depression, among other turmoil — Dr. Dior deemed it essential to share of her spiritually-empowering testimonies with the recent release of her book entitled, “You Were Destined To Survive.”

Dr. Dior’s “You Were Destined To Survive” is her third published work to date.

In 2005, she made her authorship debut when she wrote “Everyday Grace, Everyday Miracles.” Consequently, she released “Diary Of A Street Princess” in 2013.

Now that she’s approximately six months removed from having witnessed the release of Book No. 3, chances are Dr. Dior will write and release other books as a strategic way to encourage and empower the masses, not to mention as an effective way to advance the kingdom mightily.


“This book is the sole purpose of God creating me, to empower, uplift and share my journey,” said Dr. Dior, adding that her memoir entitled, ‘I had To Die To Live Again’ is presently in the works. “The feedback has been amazing and (readers have told me) it’s helping and empowering and really inspiring them.”


Interestingly, a vital portion of Dr. Dior’s story includes having once been incarcerated with Alice Marie Johnson, whom actress Kim Kardashian reportedly helped garner clemency after she was sentenced to life in prison for a nonviolent drug offense in 1996.

“I also did time with Mint Pearl Thomas, and Tina, which are D. Thomas’ mother and grandmother,” Dr. Dior recalled. “To witness God move in these women’s lives, to be given life and two life sentences and to see day light. (This is why I want to) help express the stories I’m sharing, that even in our survival moments, (God’s) there.”

So ya might wanna take heed.

Interestingly, a vital portion of Dr. Dior’s story includes having once been incarcerated with Alice Marie Johnson, whom actress Kim Kardashian reportedly helped garner clemency after she was sentenced to life in prison for a nonviolent drug offense in 1996.

REAPING A HARVEST GOD PROMISED HER
A book that is comprised of 177 pages in lengths, Dr. Dior began composing “You Were Destined To Survive” sometime in January 2017 and needed somewhere in the neighborhood of a year and a half to complete a project that will be on display during her upcoming book signing April 4 at 6 p.m. EST at the newly-erected La Quinta by Wyndham Brunswick/Golden Isles, located at 100 Capital Square Drive in Brunswick.

For more information about Brunswick, Georgia-based Author/Businesswoman Dr. Estella Dior, to inquire about her books, a public appearance, speaking engagement or book signing, call 912.215.1657 or connect with her via Facebook under: https://www.facebook.com/mrswrightkeys. Also, send email to: EstellaDior5.0@gmail.com.


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North Carolina author Danielle Wallace featured book comes amid toxic, ‘unhealthy romantic relationship’


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


GRACE TO OVERCOME 

HEALING THE RIGHT WAY — North Carolina author Danielle Wallace proved she was very much up for her God-mandated assignment when she appropriately exercised her faith by composing “Signs Of A Toxic Relationship,” a life-changing, destiny-shifting book she assembled prior to her disheartening divorce.

Earlier this week, Danielle Wallace staged to her Facebook timeline a rather empowering, spirited post.

Said Wallace before her nearly 500 social media followers: In God, when you rise above your situation, the enemy is powerless.
Talk about a remarkably befitting, dauntless declaration by a devout woman of faith whom, to her credit, has grasped a thorough understanding of what it means to rise above arguably the toughest of situations.
So much, in fact, that Wallace proved she was very much up for her God-mandated assignment when she appropriately exercised her faith by composing “Signs Of A Toxic Relationship,” a life-changing, destiny-shifting book she assembled prior to her disheartening divorce.
A book that was officially released on March 15, 2018, Wallace’s “Signs Of A Toxic Relationship” is an awe-inspiring, tear-jerking, attention-grabbing written document that figures to enlighten and empower the woman inside you to read about how to recognize a toxic relationship, according to detailed introduction at Amazon.com.

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A book that was officially released on March 15, 2018, Wallace’s “Signs Of A Toxic Relationship” is an awe-inspiring, tear-jerking, attention-grabbing written document that figures to enlighten and empower the woman inside you to read about how to recognize a toxic relationship, according to detailed introduction at Amazon.com.

Moreover, in Wallace’s “Signs Of A Toxic Relationship,” you will learn how a person ends up in such relationships in the first place.

“I will speak on how to heal,” Wallace emphasizes. “I also will speak on how to not repeat a cycle of unhealthy romantic relationships. Learn what a toxic relationship is. Then grab a hold of the wisdom on healing and much more. Learn to identify what is toxic and break unhealthy cycles.”

A book that is comprised of 27 pages in length, Wallace deemed it essential to produce her first book during which she was involved in what was a toxic marriage.

Following her marital dissolution, Wallace began to pick up the piece from the broken relationship, a trend that had ultimately given way to her having made her authorship debut.


“God had given me the vision to write this book after coming out of a bad marriage, having to start over with three small children,” Wallace told Making Headline News this week. “I chose to produce this book to help other women…to enlighten them, motivate, and provide inside wisdom about noticing the signs of a toxic relationship and also how to get out.”


Fortunately for Wallace, she was blessed to have vacated a relationship that could have very well led to a premature death, to put it more direct and more precisely.

“I began writing the book in November of 2017,” said Wallace, who needed roughly two months to assemble “Signs Of A Toxic Relationship.”

“God had given me the vision to write this book after coming out of a bad marriage, having to start over with three small children,” Wallace told Making Headline News this week. “I chose to produce this book to help other women…to enlighten them, motivate, and provide inside wisdom about noticing the signs of a toxic relationship and also how to get out.”

In addition to her featured project, Wallace wrote “Born to Win” and “7 Days Of Encouraging Declarations,” both of which are spiritually-empowering messages, of sorts, she said are centered largely on helping women know that no matter how hard life becomes in the wake of turmoil and conflict in relationships, there’s always hope amid the toxic encounter.

The feedback since the release of Wallace’s latest book, as expected, has been overwhelmingly favorable.

“The feedback that I have garnered has been encouraging,” she said. “Many have gained motivation from my story.”

Interestingly, Wallace has announced that other books are forthcoming, including one she plans to release by the end of the year entitled, “My Testimony.”

Owner of Creative Services Residential Janitorial, Wallace said she’s also open to speaking engagement and public appearances to share of her life-changing story as a strategic way to empower the masses, particularly women who have endured domestic violence.


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Fortunately for Wallace, she was blessed to have vacated a relationship that could have very well led to a premature death, to put it more direct and more precisely.

“I speak as requested at different events or I either am asked to sing,” Wallace said. “I would love to speak more to women out here to help enlighten uplift and share my story of courage. The inspiration for me to share after an encounter of being in a store and passing out and my heart stopped…even after overcoming, I was still able to move on in strength with three small kids.”

Most importantly, she was blessed to have risen above her situation.


For more information about North Carolina-area  Businesswoman/Author Danielle Wallace, to order her books or to schedule her for a public appearance or book signing, connect with her via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100042480180107.


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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.

 

Prophetess Verdia Hayward’s Michigan-based Verdia Fashions attracting more of a national presence


She seeketh wool, and flax, and worketh willingly with her hands; She is like the merchants’ ships; she bringeth her food from afar; She riseth also while it is yet night, and giveth meat to her household, and a portion to her maidens; She considereth a field, and buyeth it: with the fruit of her hands she planteth a vineyard. (Proverbs 31:13-16 KJV)


SUNDAY’S BEST 

ADVANCING THE KINGDOM — Widely known as a woman after God’s own heart, Verdia Hayward is the owner and CEO of Verdia Fashions, her credible online store that has become a fixture for offering a variety of Sunday best attire, especially for people in the household of faith.

As far as the above Biblical passages go, Prophetess Verdia Hayward could be appropriately described as a devout woman of faith who works willingly with her hands.

In other words, she’s a godly woman who goes to great lengths to ensure that she fulfills her customer services goals and objectives, particularly as a thriving, progressive businesswoman.
Widely known as a woman after God’s own heart, Hayward is the owner and CEO of Verdia Fashions, her credible online store that has become a fixture for offering a variety of Sunday’s best attire, especially for people in the household of faith.
“It’s such a beautiful variety,” Hayward, during a recent interview with Making Headline News, said, providing a detailed introduction of her business venture.

MORE ON VERDIA’S FASHIONS: http://verdiafashions.com/

A rapidly-growing endeavor that went into full operations in August 2019, Hayward’s Verdia Fashions customarily offers a wide range of church attire.

You name and her company has it, from its variety of new arrival suits and dresses, to its separate and casual wear, church hats and shoes, men’s fashion, men’s walking suits, men’s suits and hats, church and choir group suits, a wide selection of prom dresses, as well as Afrocentric fashions.

Interestingly, Verdia Fashions’ stylish and trendy clothing and accessories can be shipped anywhere in America and, given the immeasurable stride this online store has made since its inception, it’s safe to assume Hayward’s business’ best and brightest days are well ahead of it.

Based in Westland, Michigan, a Wayne County town that is roughly 16 miles West of downtown Detroit, Hayward boasts two-and-a-half decades of professional experiences in the ever-so-competitive world of fashion.

To her credit, she has gone to great lengths in such a brief timeframe to ensure that her business venture emerges a step above the rest.


“The difference is the variety and the uniqueness of the kinds of clothing we offer,” said Hayward, a gospel recording artist whose extended play will debut soon.


Generally, Verdia Fashion’s most dedicated customers are Pastors and First Ladies, she said, arguably one of the greatest factors for the growth of her business.

Since the startup of her business, church suits, hats, and her widely selection of men’s suits and shoes have become her hottest and most sought-after items.

“We cater to people nationwide and ship nationwide,” Hayward said. “We’re steadily expanding, but it could be better.”

Given the continuous buzz surrounding the movement, of sorts, that’s known as Verdia Fashion, chances are Hayward’s online store is well on its way to “better.”

Much sooner than later.

When asked what are three strategic goals for the remainder of 2020, Hayward was rather forthright and direct.

“I’d like to expand with a greater clientele, increase our annual revenue, and attract more of a national and international presence,” Hayward said.


MORE ON VERDIA’S FASHIONS: http://verdiafashions.com/

A rapidly-growing endeavor that went into full operations in August 2019, Hayward’s Verdia Fashions customarily offers a wide range of church attire.

For more information about Westland, Michigan-based Businesswoman Verdia Hayward of Verdia Fashions, or to inquire about clothing and accessories, call 248.247.4471 or connect with her at http://verdiafashions.com/ or via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/verdia.hayward. Also, send email to: virtuousvee2@yahoo.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 makingheadlinenews@gmail.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

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.


MORE ON CHRISTIAN TELEVISION NETWORK: https://www.ctntv.org/

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.

MORE ON CHEF FLAKES: https://www.facebook.com/marcusaflakes/

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.


SAVE THE DATE

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.

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.

Atlanta businessman Dr. Geno Bradley savoring sustained success through GBC Worldwide Financial LLC


Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. (Galatians 6:9 NIV)


MAN ON A MISSION 

Dr. Geno Lawrence Bradley would be the first to tell you that there is no “I” in TEAM.

“I truly believe and execute our plan accordingly every day that if you want to go fast, go alone, but if you want to go far, build a team,” Dr. Bradley, during a recent interview with Making Headline News, said, explaining in detail why it is imperative that he esteem others daily.
For Bradley, a thriving , flourishing businessman, his entrepreneurship track record is such that he customarily goes above and beyond to exemplify a team-oriented and winning culture.
Widely known as man of many hats, Bradley is an accomplished tax accountant, author, life coach and motivational instructor who is the mastermind behind GBC Worldwide Financial LLC, his Atlanta-area venture that is home of what is known as GBC Tax Pros & The GBC Institute.

MORE ON GBC WORLDWIDE: https://gbctaxpros.com/index.php

GLOBAL IMPACT — Widely known as man of many hats, Dr. Geno Bradley is an accomplished tax accountant, author, life coach and motivational instructor who is the mastermind behind GBC Worldwide Financial LLC, his Atlanta-area venture that is home of what is known as GBC Tax Pros & The GBC Institute.

A business venture that has been in operations a little more than a decade and a half, GBC Worldwide Financial’s sustained success is centered largely on providing tax, accounting and consulting services to individuals, families, businesses, ministries, and nonprofit organizations.

A company that has garnered a global presence, considering it accommodates clients outside of the United States, GBC Worldwide Financial is comprised of more than 100 like-minded business professionals, many of whom are proven to be fully committed to fortifying efficient financial services, education and training, as well as a variety of entrepreneurship opportunities.


“Our mission keeps me focused,” Bradley said. “I am not only providing for my family, but we provide opportunities for every partner that joins our organization and every client that utilizes our services.”


A company that has garnered a global presence, considering it accommodates clients outside of the United States, GBC Worldwide Financial is comprised of more than 100 like-minded business professionals, many of whom are proven to be fully committed to fortifying efficient financial services, education and training, as well as a variety of entrepreneurship opportunities.

A native of Hazlehurst Mississippi, Bradley said what he likes the most about his business is that he has been afforded the golden opportunity to greatly inspire others to discover and embrace a better version of themselves through solid education, especially for clients who aspire to exercise their options by way of problem solving.

“(We are committed to) teaching and training our new partners,” said Bradley, who holds an Associate in Liberal Arts and an undergraduate degree in Business Management from Saint Leo University.

Having been blessed to have put his immeasurable entrepreneurship gifts on displays in a number of places around the globe — most notably in Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Turkey, Spain, Italy, Jamaica, St. Lucia, The Bahamas, and Mexico — Bradley credits his tenure in the United States Marines, coupled with the valiant support of his wife, Latrisa Bradley, RDH, his family and a host of college classmates for having fueled his fervent desire to make his dreams a reality.

Having earned an MBA in Management from Kennesaw State University and studied Christian Administration Finance at Atlantic Theological Seminary, Bradley also is a published author who wrote “Last 2 Dollars,” an informative and intriguing written work that is available at Amazon.com.

“I believe in learn, do, teach,” said Bradley, referring to his 11 years in the U.S. Marines and his notable stint in Corporate America. “All of the lessons that I learned and all of the lessons that I taught all have culminated into the mission that we serve daily with our company, GBC Worldwide LLC.”

Interestingly, Bradley is the host of GBC World TV With Dr. Geno Bradley, which will air this month and in February.

Also, from 1996-2007, Bradley had become a fixture at Marine Corps University, where he studied Technology and Leadership.


REPRESENTING THE ‘SIP

A native of Hazlehurst Mississippi, Bradley said what he likes the most about his business is that he has been afforded the golden opportunity to greatly inspire others to discover and embrace a better version of themselves through solid education, especially for clients who aspire to exercise their options by way of problem solving.

For more information about Atlanta-area Businessman/Author Dr. Geno Lawrence Bradley of behind GBC Worldwide Financial LLC, to order his book or to schedule him for a public appearance or book signing, log on to: https://gbctaxpros.com/index.php. Connect with him via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/GBCFinancial/.


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