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Dallas/Fort Worth businesswoman Thenetia Wallace’s Healthy Weight Loss Coffee venture enjoying sustained success

But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. (Matthew 6:33 KJV)


DALLAS — The very moment that Thenetia Wallace put God first, all of the other things were added.

Good things, that is.

Consider, for instance, how Wallace, a young, thriving, progressive Texas businesswoman, has working diligently to move up the ranks of entrepreneurship in recent years.

TEXAS-SIZED IMPACT — A native of Montgomery, Alabama, Dallas/Fort Worth-area businesswoman Thenetia Wallace has become a fixture as saleswoman in the Healthy Weight Loss Coffee venture, whereby she’s responsible for changing lives by sharing the company’s feature product — which is the healthy weight loss coffee — as well as other products, many of which help people rid themselves of their medications.

All butterflies and nervousness aside, the very moment Wallace had deemed it essential to put God first in her lofty endeavors, an assortment of things began to work out in her favor.

“I was shy and didn’t have any confidence in myself,” Wallace, during a weekend interview with Making Headline News, said, explaining in great detail the memorable events that gave way to her delving off into entrepreneurship. “But when I start stepping out on faith and surrounding myself with people who are positive and putting God first, then (I discovered that) anything is possible.”

She got that right. And to her distinctly unique credit, Wallace as gone to great lengths to not just put God first, but she’s steadfastly stayed true to herself, particularly as young businesswoman who boast lofty aspirations of functioning mightily in her element in the process.

GOTTA TRY THIS STUFF — Interesting, the Healthy Weight Loss Coffee has proven to be extremely efficient and therapeutic in that is has been known to help parents with children who have been diagnosed with ADHD and other challenges, Wallace said.

A native of Montgomery, Alabama, Wallace has become a fixture as saleswoman in the Healthy Weight Loss Coffee venture, whereby she’s responsible for changing lives by sharing the company’s feature product — which is the healthy weight loss coffee — as well as other products, many of which help people rid themselves of their medications.

Interesting, the Healthy Weight Loss Coffee has proven to be extremely efficient and therapeutic in that is has been known to help parents with children who have been diagnosed with ADHD and other challenges, Wallace said.

“My target audience are adults and children, or people who need to lose weight, looking to get healthy, children with ADHD and ADD, arthritis, inflammation, gout, diabetics, pre-diabetics, and cholesterol issues…not making any medical claims however our products have assist people with these conditions,” Wallace said. “We work as a team, and I get to help others achieve their weight loss goals and their financial goals.”

A 2005 graduate from Sunrise Christian Academy who holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Care Management form Wichita State University, Wallace has made tremendous strides since joining the Healthy Weight Loss Coffee’s internationally-acclaimed team.

SHOCKING THE WORLD — A 2005 graduate from Sunrise Christian Academy who holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Care Management form Wichita State University, Wallace has made tremendous strides since joining the Healthy Weight Loss Coffee’s internationally-acclaimed team.

“The company is seven years old,” said Wallace, who is currently pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration. “However, I’ve (promoted my products in) Dallas, Houston, and Wichita, and looking to open the markets across the United States.”

Much to her delight, Wallace has a host of business-minded individuals to thank for helping her to achieve her entrepreneurship success.

“My best friend, Chase West, who inspires me and encourages me,” Wallace said. “(Also) Tom Bowman, Amy Laffite, Denae Chandler and the whole Dallas/Ft. Worth team has helped me reach my goals in this industry. It has been a journey in the direct sells business like I mentioned.”

Given the continuous strides she made, it’s safe to assume that Wallace has found her niche in her selected venture.


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SOLID SUPPORTING CAST — Much to her delight, Wallace has a host of business-minded individuals to thank for helping her to achieve her entrepreneurship success.

 “This is my tenth direct sells company, which I made no money and didn’t receive support from the other companies I was with,” said Wallace, who joined Healthy Weight Loss Coffee in June 2018. “I think people need that reminder that they can always accomplish their goals by putting God first and taken action.”

Because after all, the very moment Wallace put God first, all of the other things were added.

Good things, that is.

“It’s important for me to inspire others, because people always need some form of encouragement,” Wallace said. “I think people need that reminder that they can always accomplish their goals by putting God first and taken action.”

Just like she did.


For more information Dallas/Fort Worth-area Businesswoman Thenetia Wallace, or to inquire about Healthy Weight Loss connect with her via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/thenetia.wallace. Also, send email to: thenetiawallace@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.

Dallas/Fort Worth businesswoman Charlie French perseveres past ‘underdog’ role, establishes a flourishing women’s movement

DALLASCharlie French is only keeping it real.

“My life isn’t perfect, but God thought I was worth it,” French often says without hesitation. “So my mission is to ensure women that it starts within. If I can help one woman recognize her worth, my mission will be complete.”

RAWW AND UNCUTA Dallas/Fort Worth-area businesswoman, Charlie French, 38, is the owner and chief executive officer of RAWW, an up-and-coming movement that stands for Recognize A Woman’s Worth.

For French, her awe-inspiring mission is one that, much to her delight, is greatly benefiting her and others in ways unimaginable.

A Dallas/Fort Worth-area businesswoman, French, 38, is the owner and chief executive officer of RAWW, an up-and-coming movement that stands for Recognize A Woman’s Worth.

Through her movement, which French established a “few years ago,” this Shreveport, Louisiana native is widely known for inspiring woman discover and reconnect with their worth by way of her assortment of talents, most notably — but not limited to — as an accomplished professional cosmetologist, fashion designer, inspirational speaker, and mentor.

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“My business, in a nutshell, is designed strictly for women,” French told Making Headline News this week. “This organization is to help women focus on their worth, without worrying about society and the stereotypes that have caused the gap amongst women. My business is to empower, evolve elevate but, most importantly, to help women recognize their worth.”

For French, that God is strategically using her for such a pivotal time as now didn’t merely come easy for the former Southern University student, who eventually obtained her cosmetology license from Blue Cliff College in nearby Alexandria, Louisiana.

DEFYING THE ODDS — To her credit, French has gone to great lengths to do more with which God has birthed her.

Amongst the reasons is that in growing up as the oldest of her siblings, French was routinely thrust in a leadership role, of sorts, a trend whereby she sensed she was pressured and, perhaps forced to thrive and excel.

And sometimes, even exceed expectations.

As usual, though, it seemed she customarily welcomed the assortment of challenges that came her way.

“My drive propelled me to always give it my all,” French said. “Failure wasn’t and option. But growing up without the guidance and support I needed as a child, my drive became my survival. That’s why I’m so adamant about my business. Not having support is something us as women lack.”

That, after all, essentially sums up why French had become greatly inclined to start a movement that would, by all accounts, inspire other women to become inclined to keep it moving in the wake arguably the toughest of obstacles.

“It’s always been my passion to help others, especially women,” French said. “That’s why I became a hairstylist. But God gave me the vision a few years ago (to do more with my gifts and talents).”

GOD’S PLAN — For French, that God is strategically using her for such a pivotal time as now didn’t merely come easy for the former Southern University student who eventually obtained her cosmetology license from Blue Cliff College in nearby Alexandria, Louisiana.

To her credit, French has gone to great lengths to do more with which God has birthed her.

Today, unlike never before, she’s thoroughly persuaded that she’s steadily witnessing her purpose unfold right before her very eyes.

Today, unlike never before, she’s thoroughly persuaded it’s time to reach back and help others possess and savor the purpose for which God created them.

“People are going through life not knowing what their purpose is, because they either are afraid to confide (in the people), or because they’ve been hurt or betrayed so much,” French said. “They either hold it in or they don’t have the support. Seventy percent are single mothers, and being a single mother, I feel it’s imperative that we have a solid support system.”

THIS IS WHY — “My drive propelled me to always give it my all,” French said. “Failure wasn’t and option. But growing up without the guidance and support I needed as a child, my drive became my survival. That’s why I’m so adamant about my business. Not having support is something us as women lack.”

All things considered, this is why RAWW is so prevalent for such a time as now, French emphasized.

“Besides my children being told, ‘No,’ having doors shut in your face, and being betrayed by people I trusted inspired me to never give up on myself,” French said. “I know how it feels not to feel worthy, to be looked down upon because you don’t fit in. I’ve always been the underdog. And I just want to help women get to their purpose point.”

If nothing else, she’s only keeping it real in process.

RAWW and uncut, too.

For more information about Dallas/Fort Worth-area businesswoman Charlie French or to schedule her for a speaking engagement, connect with her via social media under: Charlie French..

 

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.

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Dallas/Fort Worth-area businesswoman Jaime Meeks defies an array of odds to start resourceful nonprofit organization

DALLASJaime Meeks spent a majority of her young life growing up in inner city Dallas.

Still, because of the divine purpose for which God created her, she was determined not to become a product of her environment.

WOMAN OF PURE BEAUTY AND EXCELLENCE — A native of nearby Midland, Texas who was raised in Dallas, Jaime Meeks, 40, is the President and CEO of F.R.E.E. Our Daughters, a Dallas/Fort Worth-based nonprofit organization and mentoring program designed specifically for teenage and young adult women.

Never mind that she was sexually abused at a very young age.

Never mind that she was victimized time and again by constant verbal abuse.

Never mind that she was often physically abused.

Never mind the emotional abuse setbacks she had to endure.

Never mind that the fact that she had become a teenage mother or, as she tells it, a self-proclaimed runaway, one who eventually had to resort to violence, all while making an assortment of ill-advised decisions and  ultimately dropping out of school.

“A lot of what I went through carried over into my adult life, because I never had a support system,” Meeks, during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said while recalling arguably the most turbulent chapter of her life. “I was never able to get it out and I never healed.

WALKING IN HER PURPOSE — Today, unlike never before, Meeks, a thriving, progressive, resourceful businesswoman, is steadfastly maximizing her potential in ways unimaginable which, to her credit, is a far cry from the disastrous, chaotic events of the past.

“I was so emotionally, mentally, and physically broken and, because of that, I sabotaged just about every relationship that I had, leaving me feeling neglected, alone, hopeless, and with no one to love me.”

Despite all of that about which she had to weather, two operative words routinely come to mind whenever this remarkably beautiful woman of color finds herself sharing of her awe-inspiring story: But God.

“It wasn’t until I met God,” Meeks said without hesitation. “He picked me up out of my mess, saved me, and transformed me into whom He created me to be.”

The rest, as they say, was history.

Today, unlike never before, Meeks — this thriving, progressive, resourceful businesswoman — is steadfastly maximizing her potential in ways unimaginable which, to her credit, is a far cry from those disastrous, chaotic events of the past.

TEXAS-SIZE IMPACT — Having gone into full operations earlier this year, Meeks’ F.R.E.E. Our Daughters was organized in her quest to routinely serve as an additional resource geared toward helping address some of the vital issues that teenage girls, most notably being raised in low income families, as well as the experiences of facing financial adversity as young adult women.

A native of nearby Midland, Texas who was raised in Dallas, Meeks, 40, is the President and CEO of F.R.E.E. Our Daughters, a Dallas/Fort Worth-based nonprofit organization and mentoring program designed specifically for teenage and young adult women.

F.R.E.E. is an acronymn that stands for Fortify-Restore-Encourage-Empower.

Having gone into full operations earlier this year, Meeks’ F.R.E.E. Our Daughters was organized in her quest to routinely serve as an additional resource, one that is geared toward helping address some of the vital issues faced by teenage girls, most notably being raised in low income families, as well as the experiences of facing financial adversity as young adult women.

“God has placed a tremendous burden on my heart for young women,” Meeks explained as a part of a detailed description of her organization on her F.R.E.E. Our Daughters Facebook business page. “It is my desire to help them make better life choices and to encourage them to become the type of women God desires them to be.”

BY GOD’S GRACE — Once a dropout after having attended Dallas’ South Oak Cliff High, Meeks eventually resumed her education, which led to her obtaining her GED. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters in Psychology from Argosy University, this after having become certified as a Life Coach through The Life Coach Training Institute while simultaneously receiving training as a Cognitive Behavioral Coach.

An organization that has made continuous strides since its inception, Meeks is especially grateful she can fully attest that in spite of all she’s gone through, God still had plans to her life — plans to prosper and not to harm her, plans that were accompanied largely by array of hope and a favorable, memorable future.

“Through my testimony, God has shown me that I am an overcomer and I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me,” said Meeks, sounding very much like a successful, victorious evangelist, one whom is destined to change a generation. “The same is true for our young ladies. They just need guidance and positive reinforcement to destroy the issues that keep them in patterns of unhealthy behavior.”

BEACON OF LIGHT — For years, Meeks can greatly attest that all seemed lost during what undoubtedly was the darkest chapter of her life. But after adopting newfound disposition on life, education had ultimately become a massive focal point, an avenue by which she knew full well she had to take in order to recapture the confidence and perseverance that were displaced for such a lengthy period of time.

For what’s it worth, Meeks is persuaded that through her nonprofit, she is armed with the awesome responsibility of being an influential impact for young girls and adults.

“Sadly, positive role models are scarce, but the impact is evident,” Meeks said. “Morality is most evident in the minority, while the masses embrace amorality. F.R.E.E. Our Daughters was established to help regain some of the integrity that has been lost.”

For years, Meeks can greatly attest that all seemed lost during what undoubtedly was the darkest chapter of her life. Conversely, after adopting a newfound disposition on life, education had ultimately become a massive focal point, an avenue by which she knew full well she had to take in order to recapture the confidence and perseverance that apparently were displaced for such a lengthy period of time.

Once a sudden dropout after having attended Dallas’ South Oak Cliff High, Meeks eventually resumed her education, which led to her obtaining her GED.

Currently, she is pursuing a Masters in Psychology from Argosy University, this after having become certified as a Life Coach through The Life Coach Training Institute while simultaneously receiving training as a Cognitive Behavioral Coach.

“What I like most about my business is that I get to meet a wide range of teens and young ladies from many different walks of life,” said Meeks, whose organization caters to youngsters ranging in ages 13 to 21. “It can sometimes be a challenge, getting them to open up, because they don’t know who they can trust. It’s very rewarding when I can earn their trust, aid in the betterment and quality of life for these young ladies, help them make healthy life choices and to encourage them to become the type of women that God desires them to be.”

SMILE OF VICTORY — Despite all of that about which she had to weather, two operate words routinely comes to mind whenever this remarkably woman of color finds herself sharing of her awe-inspiring story: But God.

Having been mentoring for a little more than six years, Meeks announced that an array of events are on the horizon in the foreseeable future, most notably the unveiling of her F.R.E.E. Our Daughters “Classy Closet” in 2018, an event designed to help clothed young ladies who are registered through Meeks’ program.

Meeks said that women’s clothing, shoes, accessories, and monetary donations can be made by contacting her via email at: info@FREEOurDaughters.com.

“It’s always better to give than to receive,” Meeks said. “I believe that God has given me something special, but He didn’t give it to me to keep for myself. If I was selfish, standing there with my hands closed, I would not have room to receive anything else from God. He gave me these tools to give away to others.”

Amongst the reasons is that because of the divine purpose for which God created her, she was determined not to become a product of her environment.

 

 

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 Founder and Publisher of 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, call him at 901-690-6587 or send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com or makingheadlinenews@gmail.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.