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Georgia entrepreneur Nicole Wrice’s Magnolia Heart Nanny Services providing efficient childcare solutions


Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” (Matthew 19:14 NIV)


PAYING IT FORWARD 

HEARTS OF GOLD — The proud founder and CEO of Magnolia Heart Nanny Services of Greater Atlanta, Nicole Wrice’s company is widely known for offering a full range of childcare solutions, accompanied by the goal of offering parents the peace of mind of hiring professional, trustworthy nannies and sitters who are passionate about the care and development of children

Some two years ago, Nicole Wrice discovered a need, particularly with regards to providing what she describes as quality care for children and families.

With God, her Helper steering the way, she has devised strategic and efficient ways to meet those needs.
“It isn’t really competition that drives me,” Wrice, a Columbus, Georgia-based businesswoman, told Making Headline News this week, when asked how her competitive drive in life propelled her for business venture. “I saw that there was a need of quality care for children and families that weren’t being met. I felt like someone had to offer more, to do it better…and I knew I could do it better. So I did.”
Indeed she has, having established a strategic and flourishing endeavor that is Magnolia Magnolia Heart Nanny Services of Greater Atlanta.

MORE ON MAGNOLIA HEART: 

www.magnoliaheartnannies.com

www.magnoliaheartbabysitters.com

www.munchkinscorpcare.com

The proud founder and CEO of Magnolia Heart, Wrice’s company is widely known for offering a full range of childcare solutions, accompanied by the goal of offering parents the peace of mind of hiring professional, trustworthy nannies and sitters, who are passionate about the care and development of children.

Magnolia Heart Nanny Services of Greater Atlanta is located at 4 Bradley Park Court, Unit 2H.

“Whether parents are looking for a traditional nanny, a local babysitter for date nights, event childcare for a wedding, or backup childcare for employees, we are ready to connect them with a highly qualified caregiver to meet their unique needs,” said Wrice, 43, providing a detailed overview of Magnolia Heart.


DID YOU KNOW…

  • Magnolia Heart Babysitters  is a database that brings local parents and babysitters together, offering parents the peace of mind of hiring a Magnolia dedicated babysitter that has been fully screened, background checked, and CPR certified.
  • Munchkins Corporate Care is the newest addition to the Magnolia Heart family, and offers organizations from small businesses to fortune 500 companies the opportunity to increase employee productivity, morale, and retention by offering a competitive back up childcare plan for working parents.  We also provide on-site event care for conventions, conferences, and other corporate events and, 
  • Magnolia Heart Nanny Services  (or MHNS) works closely with families to find fully screened, professional nannies that meet the unique needs of each family. We do all the work, and you interview and select the candidate that will be the best fit for your family.

A company that went into full operations in 2017, Magnolia Heart featured ventures: Magnolia Heart Nanny Services, Magnolia Heart Babysitters, and Munchkins Corporate Care.

A native of Homerville, Georgia, Wrice emphasized, among other things, that her primary objective through her progressive, thriving business is to routinely provide families with the quality and efficient care they deserve.

“I like knowing that I am making difference in the lives of children, parents, and nannies,” Wrice said. “I like helping nannies to grow and develop their skills and hearing success stories of how much they love the children and family when I check in with them after placement.

IN THE NEWS — Much to their delight, Gene and Nicole Wrice are starting to generate mainstream media headlines for all the right reasons. Gene Wrice is a United State Army Major.

The more she witnesses and hears of these proverbial feel-good stories, the more she becomes overwhelmingly grateful of the notion that she’s walking in the divine purpose for which she was created.


“I love hearing success stories from parents and nannies, like the parents who told me that their child with special needs is happy and secure and able to participate in extracurricular activities with the help of his nanny, rather than being kicked out of day care centers,” Wrice recalled. “I’m excited to see employees strive for their potential and feel cared for when businesses and corporations offer backup care services.”


All things considered, providing what Wrice and staff dub as “total care” is absolutely essential, particularly as it relates to the sustained success of Magnolia Heart.

“Our nannies work with any age and we even offer adult special needs care,” said Wrice, adding that her company’s private and corporate events typically offer childcare to children ranging in the ages of eight weeks to 12 years old.”

Much to Wrice’s delight, greater things are on the horizon for her endeavor in the coming months, she said.

Amongst those is the startup of Magnolia Heart Senior Care, which is scheduled to officially go into operations sometime in 2020.

“Also, we work with nannies of all ages to place them with the right family — many are college students — but we also have former teachers, nurses, and even grandmothers,” Wrice said.

Wrice’s Magnolia Heart Nanny Services’ original site is based in Columbus, Georgia. Consequently, there eventually arose a high demand for a second office that’s housed in nearby Atlanta.

FAMILY FOCUS — A company that went into full operations in 2017, Magnolia Heart featured avenues include: Magnolia Heart Nanny Services, Magnolia Heart Babysitters, and Munchkins Corporate Care.

“Our event care nannies work throughout the southeastern United States,” Wrice said. “Our newest sister company, Munchkins Corporate Care, is ready to assist businesses with back up childcare for their employees nationwide.”

To her credit, Wrice boasts an array of experience, which has greatly enabled her to functioning mightily in her element as the face of Magnolia Heart, considering she’s a military spouse of 19-plus years and a working mother of seven children, one of whom is of special needs.

“I have decades of experience working in the childcare industry as a nanny for military families,” said Wrice, the former owner of Little Bizzy Bees Daycare who also boasts more than two decades of experience in the medical field.

“So I can accurately say I’ve spent most of my life focused on helping children grow, develop, and learn in a loving, safe environment. I personally understand the enormous obstacles that parents face when looking for reliable childcare, especially for children who have special needs,” continued Wrice, adding that she was inspired by her daughter with special needs and her late father to advance Magnolia Heart.

Interestingly, Wrice also credits her grandmother for having played an integral role in her entrepreneurship success.

“A lot of my passion comes from her,” Wrice said of her grandmother. “We have a large family.”

A little more than two years removed from having established what is shaping up to be a company whose best and brightest days are well ahead of it, Wrice doesn’t shy away from the notion that Magnolia Heart is positioning itself fervently to have a national impact — much sooner than later.

“Seeing the need for quality childcare for working families led me to start a full service nanny agency that has a business model focused on the well-being of both the family and the nanny,” she said. “We’re looking to do business with corporations. We offer corporate backup care and corporate on-site event childcare.”

That’s not all, Wrice acknowledged.

“We’re looking to do business with corporations through Munchkin Corporate Care and that’s where we do backup childcare for corporations and their employees,” Wrice added. “They can give us a call or they can request a meeting. We are nationwide for onsite event childcare and we are nationwide for corporate backup childcare.”


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For more information about Columbus, Georgia-area Businesswoman Nicole Wrice of Magnolia Heart Nanny Services, call 1.800.460 9201 or contact Munchkin Corporate Care at 1.800.566.9890. Visit her websites at:

www.magnoliaheartnannies.com

www.magnoliaheartbabysitters.com

www.munchkinscorpcare.com.

Also, send email to: magnoliaheartnannies@gmail.com.


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Bay Area business professional Sheila Ann Pullum Jr. goes from high school dropout to well-educated entrepreneur

DEFYING MONUMENTAL ODDS 

HOLDING IT DOWN — A native of Oakland, California, Sheila Ann Pullum Jr.’s entrepreneurship stint include functioning as credit repair consultant through the globally-acclaimed company, whose longstanding financial services venture that was organized as a strategic, effective way to support the financial opportunities of consumers.

Sheila Ann Pullum Jr. could be appropriately described as a resourceful businesswoman, one whom has always kept what she deems a “good paying” job.

Still, aside from acquiring a steady flow of income through her regular 9-to-5 gig, Pullum Jr. admittedly has always clung to even loftier goals and ambitions, many of which centered on her quest to thrive as an accomplished entrepreneur.
A native of Oakland, California, Pullum Jr.’s entrepreneurship stint include functioning as credit repair consultant through the globally-acclaimed company, whose longstanding financial services venture that was organized as a strategic, effective way to support the financial opportunities of consumers.

MORE ON SHEILA PULLUM JR.: www.sheilapullum.com

Generally, this is done largely by implementing positive habits to create and maintain a strong financial future, Pullum Jr. told Making Headline News this week.

“Our unique collection of services have been carefully selected to provide protection and opportunity over the many aspects of your finances — all combined into one easy-to-use system,” Pullum Jr. explained. “Our membership can help to ensure you and your family are safeguarding the assets that you’ve earned and those you have to come.”

A thriving, progressive venture that caters mostly to individuals ranging from ages 19 to “all the way to 70 years old,” Pullum Jr. acknowledged, this Hayward, California-based businesswoman said it is due in large part her keen passion, coupled with her diligently displaying a heart for people that have contributed mightily to her sustained success.

“My passion has always been helping others, so I love being the vehicle to betterment, whether by assisting someone in the credit repair process or by helping someone start a home based business,” Pullum Jr. said. “Our program has helped people achieve goals of homeownership, getting approved for business loans, and simply upgrading lives through the power of credit and entrepreneurship.”

Once a high school dropout, who resumed her education and obtained her GED, Pullum Jr. steadily defied the odds when she had ultimately graduated from the University of Phoenix in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Services BSHS.

To her credit, her business-related achievements have been nothing short of remarkable since she delved off into the ever-so-competitive world of entrepreneurship.

That’s because Pullum Jr. is one of the top 65 producers in her company, a feat that resulted in her being awarded a seven-day cruise on the largest ship in the world, during which she traveled to Bay Islands, Honduras, Costa Maya, Cozumel Mexico, and Nassau Bahamas.

Interestingly, her entrepreneurial success has been put on display in such places as various parts of Florida, Las Vegas, and Houston, just to name a few.

As for her personal mission for functioning in her selected line of work, Pullum Jr. embraces the notion that experience undoubtedly has been her best teacher, in some aspects.

“I was never taught about credit and financial literacy, so like many others, I made mistakes and ended up with bad credit,” Pullum Jr. said. “Once I fixed my credit, my life changed for the better.”

Once her life changed, she sensed she had no choice but to devise ways to help change and enrich the lives of others.


“I felt it was my moral responsibility to share (my knowledge) with others,” Pullum Jr. said. “We cannot do better until we know better. “My personal mission for doing this is educate and assist others and to create generation wealth, retire my parents, and to build a legacy for my sons, grandsons, godchildren, and nieces and nephews. Also, I must have control of my time and income.”


Besides her fellow colleagues and business partners, Pullum Jr. said that arguably her grandest inspirations are Les Brown, Tony Robbins, Iyanla Vanzant, Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry, Myles Munroe, and Jim Rohn, among others.

“(These) are influencers who have inspired me to push past my limiting beliefs and to fight for the life that I deserve,” Pullum Jr. said.

A little less than two years removed from having started her business venture, Pullum has become a fixture for hosting what is known as weekly overviews in the Bay Area.


DESTINY STEPS 

“I consider myself a growth advocate and mindset mentor, encouraging others to stand in their power,” Pullum Jr. said. “(I love) helping people get from where they are to where they desire to be, to break the crabs in a bucket theory as I grow I reach back for others.

“Nothing in life is easy, but we have to choose our hard. Growth starts with the belief that you are capable of doing something different and stepping out of your comfort zone to greatness.”

Well said by a thriving, West Coast businesswoman, one who’s gone from a high school dropout to a well-educated entrepreneur in her own right.


For more information about Oakland, California-area Entrepreneur Sheila Ann Pullum Jr., call 510. 736.2402, or connect with her via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/thecaramelprincess. 


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Milwaukee credit repair extraordinaire Charcora Palmer aiming for religious institutions as she unveils ‘Project 1K’

Without question, Charcora Palmer has grasped a thorough concept of the catchphrase: To whom much is given, much is required.

Much to her delight, she’s benefiting considerably as a result.

MAKING MAJOR MOVES — During an interview this week with Making Headline News, Charcora Palmer, 36, acknowledged, among other things, the steady progress she’s enjoying, particularly since her business has begun generating exposure through the mainstream media. A native of Milwaukee, Palmer has unveiled what is known as “Project 1K,” a business-related entity that will center largely on reaching a goal to help 1,000 families across America to improve their credit and finances by the end of this calendar year.

Consider, for instance, the continuous growth of Palmer’s business venture as an accomplished Credit Repair Specialist for Financial Education Services.

During an interview this week with Making Headline News, Palmer, 36, acknowledged, among other things, the steady progress she’s enjoying, particularly since her business has begun generating exposure through the mainstream media.

“One of the focuses of my business since my (Making Headline News story) has been expansion,” Palmer said.

Fortunately for this Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based businesswoman, her display since she delved off into the ever-so-competitive credit repair industry has been nothing short of remarkable.  

Amongst the reasons is that Palmer has announced that she has established business-related teams in other states as an ideal and most effective way to be of a better service to the nation.

An internationally-acclaimed venture that has become a fixture for providing credit education services, Palmer’s notable affiliation through Financial Education Services is centered largely on assisting consumers in challenging credit bureaus to remove inaccurate, obsolete, and erroneous items from credit reports, as well as aiding them to restore a favorable a credit score while maximizing their financial opportunities.

And, earlier this week, Palmer announced her latest notable project, one whereby she will be afforded the golden opportunity to help enrich and enhance the lives of countless of others through her flourishing venture.

A native of Milwaukee, Palmer has unveiled what is known as “Project 1K,”a business-related entity that will center largely on reaching a goal to help 1,000 families across America improve their credit and finances by the end of this calendar year. 

“Project 1K is the movement that my wonderful team of agents has taken on,” Palmer said. “Until we reach that mark, we have not made enough impact.”

MORE ON MILWAUKEE’S CHARCORA PALMER: www.gorestoremycredit.com

As far as Palmer is concerned, arguably her primary target through her newly-erected movement is the Body of Christ, where countless believers have accustomed to engaging in regular praise and worship, but have shied away from being good stewards, particularly as it relates to their finances.

“One of the main focuses for Project 1K has been churches,” Palmer said. “That’s huge. A lot of people who are suffering in their credit and finances are believers.  This is backwards, so we have been charged to help the kingdom get back to its rightful place.”

So aggressive Palmer seemingly has become through Project 1K that she’s deemed it essential to issue a personal and direct message to Pastors.

“Pastors, we would love to help your congregation overcome these financial hurdles,” Palmer said rather forthrightly. “If we could teach them to be better stewards of their finances, they would be better givers and better tithers. This would take the strain off the financial operations and free up more (revenue for) ministry. That’s what is it all about.”

DID YOU KNOW? Credit Score words on puzzle pieces as factors in your rating – payment history, age and type of credit, amount owed and length of history?

And then there are those other array of establishments Palmer’s movement has become committed to helping.

“When we look at the current state of our communities and the church not being able to help in the needed magnitude, because it, too, is suffering, that’s a problem,” Palmer said. “But it’s a problem that can be solved if the church is financially free to do so. Because our company is nationwide, we have the ability to services people in all 50 states, and Hawaii and Virgin Islands.”

By and large, what it all boils down to, Palmer emphasized, is Americans becoming fully aware of just how vital it is to possess — and sustain — favorable credit.

C’MON CHURCH — As far as Palmer is concerned, arguably her primary target through her newly-erected movement is the Body of Christ, where countless believers have accustomed fixtures at praise and worship, but have shied away from being a good steward, particularly as it relates to their finances.

“Your credit is a financial heartbeat,” Palmer said. “It tells lenders your level of responsibility. It also tells the risk they would take in lending to you, if at all.

“Take this illustration for example,” Palmer continued. “People with challenged credit are being robbed and are simply throwing money down the drain when, in fact, that money could be used to pay another debt or go on a nice vacation. Now, this is what you call slavery.”

Most importantly, that is where Project 1K comes into play, said Palmer, adding that she knows full well she’s yet walking her divine purpose.

“Most definitely,” she said. “Here is when business meets ministry. When I can be instrumental in clients breaking free in every area of their lives, that’s a blessing.  If it is okay to be delivered of emotional and spiritual bondage, financial bondage should also be liberated.”

Well said by a progressively thriving Wisconsin businesswoman whom, to her credit, has grasped a thorough concept of what the catchphrase: To whom much is given, much is required.

 

For more information Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based Businesswoman Charcora Palmer, call her at 414.768.3632. Also, she can be reached via email at: Charcora@gorestoremycredit.com, and on social media under Instragram @gorestoremycredit, and on her Facebook Business Page under gorestoremycredit.

 

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Accomplished Mid-South businessman Oginga Carr: ‘It is my destiny to help 10,000 people achieve their dreams’

Earlier this week, Oginga Carr was asked why it is imperative that he esteem and inspire others daily.

To his credit, Carr fielded the question as if he expected it.

MAKING MAJOR STRIDES — Much to his delight, Oginga Carr has evolved as an efficient and resourceful businessman, most notably through Epiphany Consulting LLC, a Mid-South-area company that is widely regarded as an organizational structure venture that customarily helps with coaching and consulting for businesses and individuals so that they could appropriately find compliance and clarity.

“Without inspiration, there is no life,” Carr said during an interview with Making Headline News this week. “We need to be not only inspired, but edified.  When we edify one another we grow.  I really don’t care about your what or your why. I care about your how.  We help people find their how.”

Indeed he does.

Carr, in fact, has evolved mightily as an efficient and resourceful businessman, most notably through Epiphany Consulting LLC, a Mid-South-area company that is widely regarded as an organizational structure venture that customarily helps with coaching and consulting for businesses and individuals so that they could appropriately find compliance and clarity.

A native of Little Rock, Arkansas who has been dubbed “One of America’s Top Trainers,” according to various media pundits in a detailed description of Carr’s venture at http://www.ogingacarr.com/, Carr doesn’t shy away from the notion that Epiphany Consulting is unique, in large part because human resources is something we all need.

“Our unique proposition is that we offer you help at developing structure in your organization and your life,” said Carr, whose immense entrepreneurship track record spans a little more than a decade. “Many times business owners are great at a skill, but aren’t very good at the business.”

NATIONAL PRESENCE — A native of Little Rock, Arkansas who has been dubbed “One of America’s Top Trainers,” according to various media pundits in a detailed description of Carr’s venture at http://www.ogingacarr.com/, Carr doesn’t shy away from the notion that Epiphany Consulting is unique, in large part because human resources is something we all need.

For what it’s worth, this is where Carr’s progressively effective business comes into play.

A proud of alum of Little Rock Parkview High School — where the former multi-sport athlete lettered in football, basketball, and baseball — Carr also is an accomplished author, a national seminar leader, as well as an organizational structure expert and consultant.

Interestingly, this Henderson State University graduate is armed with roughly 17 years of experience in sales, management, and Human Resources.

“His passion is in the dynamic of change…dealing with it, working through it, and preparing for it,” said a spokesperson in a detailed description of Carr and his venture at http://www.ogingacarr.com.

Not only that, Carr’s professional resume is solid and diverse, considering he has worked in the telecommunications, flooring, and print industries. For those reasons, he has been appropriately labeled a “serial entrepreneur,” of sorts.

Carr’s primary focuses are geared largely on productivity through structure and human capital development, and he has trained tens of thousands of HR professionals in approximately 49 U. S. states.

Which, much to his delight, is mostly befitting, considering Carr has even had a hand in functioning as a magazine publisher, radio and television show host, not to mention having assumed the role as executive director of a non-profit foundation, among other capacities.

Moreover, Carr’s primary focuses are geared largely on productivity through structure and human capital development, and he has trained tens of thousands of HR professionals in approximately 49 U. S. states.

CHECK OUT OGINGA CARR’S FORTHCOMING EVENTS HERE: www.idialive.com 

“My mission is to develop more clarity, content, and consistency in our lives,” Carr said. “If we are clear about our goals, then content of those goals are achievable and we can be consistent in our actions. We can be successful in our lives.”

REMARKABLE TRACK RECORD — Carr’s professional resume is especially diverse, considering he has worked in the telecommunications, flooring, and print industries. For those reasons, he has been appropriately labeled a “serial entrepreneur,” of sorts.

Carr credits the bulk of his success as a thriving businessman to his father, whom he said was undoubtedly one of the biggest inspirations in his life.

Though Carr’s father passed away in 2007, he acknowledged that “he lives with me every day in my actions. He believed that we are a family related by affinity, if not through consanguinity.”

“That means that people who are striving to achieve goals in life are related by their love and passion to improve, even if they are not related by blood,” Carr added. “I welcome all Dream Achievers to my family.”

There is, by all accounts, a valid reason for which Carr essentially has rolled out the figurative red carpet to those who aspire to connect with him.

LISTEN TO HIM — “Our unique proposition is that we offer you help at developing structure in your organization and your life,” said Carr, whose immense entrepreneurship track record spans a little more than a decade. “Many times business owners are great at a skill, but aren’t very good at the business.”

“We live by a hashtag, #teamcrushingit,” Carr said. “That means that we are crushing those obstacles that are in front of us.  We are getting to our goals faster than we thought we could.  We are crushing life.”

In the foreseeable future, Mid-Southerners — Memphians in particular — will be afforded the golden opportunity to learn more about Carr and Epiphany Consulting in a trio of informative events:

  • I Dream I Achieve: The Business Blueprint.  This event is geared toward developing the mindset and the business structure to succeed in business.  “It is the best business development conference in the Mid-South,” Carr said. “We develop events that are all about giving you the skills that you need to be great.”
  • DAD KNEW BEST — Though Carr’s father passed away in 2007, he acknowledged that “he lives with me every day in my actions. He believed that we are a family related by affinity, if not through consanguinity.”

    The Breakthrough Accelerator Bootcamp. “This event is all about accelerating those breakthroughs in your life,” Carr said. “In that event, we celebrated the rebirth of your dreams. How can we cultivate those dreams and be ready to be great?”

  • The Limitless Summit.  “This event is all about creating a limitless life and limitless business,” Carr explained. “What are the keys to living limitless?  We develop those there.”

Also, Carr announced that two new events are presently in the works: Limitless Summit in Fort Worth, Texas and the IDIA Mastermind Retreat in Mexico, where attendees will engage in a five-day experience, during which they will, as Carr said, make those quantum leaps in our lives.

“It is my destiny to help 10,000 people achieve their dreams in 2018,” Carr said. “We are helping people achieve those dreams through products, events, coaching, and consulting, and we are so happy about the outcomes.”

 

For more information about Mid-South-area businessman Oginga Carr, connect with him via social media under: “Oginga Carr.” Also, send email to: Oginga@ogingacarr.com

 

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Virginia-based businesswoman Charmin Y. Anderson’s C&A Enterprises having a monumental impact in Chesapeake, surrounding areas

To grasp a thorough understanding of why Charmin Y. Anderson is one whose reputation is such that she’s destined to reach back and help others as best she can, look no further than the tumultuous, heartbreaking encounter about which she once had to endure.

MAKING A DIFFERENCE — An accomplished businesswoman, Charmin Y. Anderson, 40, is the founder and chief executive officer of C&A Enterprises, a Chesapeake, Virginia-based company that specializes in setting up nonprofit entities and educating community-based driven individuals on how to start, run, or revive a nonprofit organization.

Realistically, it is a tear-jerking, demoralizing development that will rest in her spirit for the rest of her life.

“Because of my domestic violence circumstances, which led to the death of my twin girls, I have always had a desire to help people,” Anderson told Making Headline News during a recent interview. “I never want anyone to feel like I did the day I asked for help.”

Though those untimely, devastating deaths of her beloved daughters will almost certainly remain arguably the most painful occurrence of her life, Anderson still deemed it essential to make the most of a bad situation.

An accomplished businesswoman and skilled author, Anderson, 40, is the founder and chief executive officer of C&A Enterprises, a Chesapeake, Virginia-based company that specializes in setting up nonprofit entities and educating community-based driven individuals on how to start, run, or revive a nonprofit organization.

“Because of my domestic violence circumstances, which led to the death of my twin girls, I have always had a desire to help people,” Anderson told Making Headline News during a recent interview. “I never want anyone to feel like I did the day I asked for help.”

Whether one aspires to start a nonprofit or desire to become knowledgeable on how to increase the success rate of a business venture, C&A Enterprises is widely known for teaching business owners or prospective business owners about the most relevant and updated information necessary to run a successful organization, according to a detailed description of Anderson’s business at http://www.candaenterprises.com.

“I love the fact that I get to help people birth their passion and desire to better our community,” Anderson said. “Those individuals who don’t have a voice, those who are deemed invisible.”

Interestingly, Anderson’s company — located at 732 Eden Way N #254, Suite E — originally started as a platform for passionate individuals to receive some overview information, as well as what she labels some “refresher training,” particularly after being active in the nonprofit community for over nine years. Not only that, C&A Enterprises offers the following services:

  • 501(c)3 applications services.
  • Grant readiness.
  • Board Leadership.
  • Development  and Highly trained instructors experienced to deliver quality learning experience to you.
  • Top-notch training materials that enable you to fully grasp the knowledge and concept.
  • Full availability that offers the ongoing support you may need during your support agreement.
  • Private online learning/consulting at your convenience and
  • Group learning using the team-based approach.
Whether one aspires to start a nonprofit or desire to become how to increase the success rate of a business venture, C&A Enterprises is widely known for teaching business owners or prospective business owners about the most relevant and updated information necessary to run a successful organization, according to a detail description of Anderson’s business at http://www.candaenterprises.com.

“Overall, we are positioned to provide you with the most convenient and most cost-effective instruction on the fundamentals of starting your new nonprofit or growing your existing one,” said a C&A Enterprises spokesperson. “The content of our training sessions is designed by highly experienced and certified individuals that have an in-depth understanding of the necessities to a nonprofit organization so that you have the tools that lead you on the path of success.”

CONNECT WITH HER — As an added bonus, Anderson conducts free webinar training once a quarter. Forthcoming dates of these sessions will take place at a date to be announced via her social media pages, she said.

As for the company’s mission, Anderson said, “Our mission is to plant the seeds of knowledge so that you can make a better community. We pledge to make your learning experience pleasurable with us while providing quality support and services to your organization.”

With more than a decade of professional experience in this notable line of work, Anderson’s venture caters to individuals ages 21 and up, she said.

Also, C&A Enterprises is steadily starting to attract a national presence, considering Anderson said, “I have had the opportunity to travel all over helping individuals start nonprofit organizations.  I have currently started 108 with an approval success rate of 100 percent.”

HIGH MARKS — C&A Enterprises is steadily starting to attract a national presence, considering Anderson said, “I have had the opportunity to travel all over helping individuals start nonprofit organizations.  I have currently started 105 with an approval success rate of 100 percent.”

As an added bonus, Anderson conducts free webinar training once a quarter. Forthcoming dates of these sessions will take place at a date to be announced via her social media pages, she said.

“It is important that I do my part to build a community of movement,” Anderson said. “If our community learns how to take care of the individuals in our community, then monies spent on programs like welfare can be reassigned to the education sector. We have to learn how to work together and become each other’s keeper.”

By and large, it all goes back to the mission for which Anderson aid others in the manner she does.

“It’s simple. To Build A Community Of Movement,” she said.

That too, figures to rest in her spirit for the rest of her life.

 

For more information about C&A Enterprises, call 757.389.8757. Also, send email to: admin@candaenterprises.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 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.

 

 

Longtime Maryland real estate professional Michelle Larkin has been nothing short of amazing during her illustrious career

Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your toil in the Lord is not in vain. (1 Corinthians 15:58)

 

To grasp a thorough concept of why longtime businesswoman Michelle Larkin’s reputation is such that she routinely demonstrates having a heart for people, look no further than her illustrious career, one that spans 15 years.

ABOUT HER BUSINESS — A native of Annapolis, the capital of Maryland that is located in Anne Arundel County — a historic establishment with a population of roughly 537,656 residents, according to latest U. S. census — Accomplished Maryland Businesswoman Michelle Larkin has become a fixture in the mortgage business and, given the immeasurable strides she’s made over the past decade-and-a-half, it’s safe to assume that her best and brightest days are well ahead of her.

“I tell my clients, ‘Believe in your dreams, and they may come true. Believe in yourself, and they will,’” Larkin told Making Headline News during an interview this week.

In Larkin’s case, “Believe in your dreams,” by all accounts, are the operative words for one of Waldorf, Maryland’s finest managers/loan officers in the ever-so-competitive real estate industry.

A native of Annapolis, the capital of Maryland that is located in Anne Arundel County — a historic establishment with a population of roughly 537,656 residents, according to latest U. S. census — Larkin has become a fixture in the mortgage business and, given the immeasurable strides she’s made over the past decade-and-a-half, it’s safe to assume that her best and brightest days are well ahead of her.

“I started my career as a realtor, then realized that I loved the money side of real estate, then pursued my mortgage originators license,” Larkin said.

The rest, as they say, was history.

SPREADING THE LOVE — Because Larkin, this beloved and passionate East Coast-based real estate professional remained steadfast, immovable, and always abound in the work of the Lord, knowing that her labor — and, of course, her labor of love — in the Lord was never in vain, she’s yet living out her dream, all the while helping others fulfill theirs in the process.

Since earning her mortgage originators license, this young, vibrant, resilient real estate professional has been nothing short of impressive.

Never mind that Larkin for a number of years prior to finding her niche in her professional had to persevere as a single mother.

“I have seen that struggle,” Larkin said. “I wanted more for my children, but also wanted to help and inspire others as well.”

To her credit, it was due in large part to Larkin’s unyielding love and support for others — mostly notably during her days as working in sales — that someone, in turned, deemed it essential to provide her with the necessary advice and drive she needed to take a leap of faith.

What a monumental leap it was.

“I was inspired by a co-worker to pursue real estate,” Larkin said. “This was in 2003. I love the end result of real estate, to see folks that thought they could not ever have a piece of the American Dream actually have that dream. Your home is where you will spend most of your time, raise your children, make memories, etc. It is a special life purchase.”

And, because Larkin, this beloved and passionate East Coast-based real estate professional remained steadfast, immovable, and always abound in the work of the Lord, knowing that her labor — and, of course, her labor of love — in the Lord was never in vain, she’s yet living out her dream, all the while helping others fulfill theirs in the process.

Credit Larkin’s former co-worker, Fran Shirey of nearby Grasonville, Maryland, as whom she labels “the No. 1 person” who reminded her time and again that she believed her.

FAMILY FOCUS — Larkin’s father, Ernest Wallace, an Annapolis-based entrepreneur, as well as her three sons and her uncle, the late Anthony Wallace, each have played in integral role in her sustained success in the real estate industry throughout the years.

“That has been 15 years ago,” Larkin said.

Larkin’s father, Ernest Wallace, an Annapolis-based entrepreneur, as well as her three sons and her uncle, the late Anthony Wallace, each have played an integral role in her sustained success in the real estate industry throughout the years.

“Last but not least, my clients, who put their trust in me guiding them through one of the biggest purchases, if not the biggest purchase of their lives,” said Larkin, paying homage to her biggest supporters.

A proud graduate of Annapolis’ Broadneck High School, Larkin advanced her education by enrolling at American InterContinental University in Atlanta. Currently, she is enrolled at Strayer University, where she is pursing a law degree to complement her real estate and business-related ventures.

EXERCISING HER FAITH — To her credit, it was due in large part to Larkin’s unyielding love and support for others — mostly notably during her days as working in sales — that someone, in turned, deemed it essential to provide her with the necessary advice and drive she needed to take a leap of faith. And what a monumental leap it was.

Interestingly, Larkin offers a grant program, which covers 3.5% down payment to her clients.

This program, she said, is an in-house grant entity and prospective home buyers must possess 640 credit score to qualify. Also, she said there are no outside classes to attend and prospective home buyers must be qualified while qualifying for a home loan.

“There is no age limit; any adult over 18 can purchase a home,” Larkin said.

She also announced that she will be hosting a forthcoming home buyer and personal credit workshop in her native home county of Anne Arundel, an event that is available for anyone who would like to improve their personal credit, purchase a home, and take advantage of her down payment grant program.

The workshop will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mason Realty located at 7452 Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, Suite 201B, in Glen Burnie, Maryland.

Also, Larkin has a host of workshops scheduled starting in March and will run through September, during which prospective home buyers can acquire home owner’s information for free.

“I love helping and educating people about the home buying and financial process,” Larkin said. “Many come to me with challenged credit and other issues, and helping them navigate and change their world is gratifying.”

Much like her illustrious career, one that spans 15 years.

And counting, of course.

 

For more information about Waldorf, Maryland-based Real Estate Professional Michelle Larkin  (NMLS#460681), connect with her via Facebook under “Michelle Larkin.” Also, she can be reached via email at: larkinmichelle2015@gmail.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.

Quincy, Massachusetts-based businesswomen defy greatest of odds, collectively establish a thriving venture

Donya. Alina.

Alina. Donya.

Together, they deemed it essential a little more than a year ago to combine their immeasurable business-related skills and establish a credible, thriving, progressive venture, one that figures to benefit others mightily in this ever-so-competitive entrepreneurship industry.

MAKING THEIR DREAMS REALITIES — Donya Zimmerman and Alina Lopez Thomas are the proud founders of the Ultimate Biz Conference (or UBC), their Quincy, Massachusetts-based venture they organized for the sole purpose of combining their resources as a unique, strategic way grow what they described as their mutual businesses.

“The purpose of the Conference is to educate aspiring entrepreneurs and small businesses on the importance of building a strong legal and financial foundation to sustain their business,” Donya Zimmerman told Making Headline News during a recent interview.

The Conference to which Zimmerman and Alina Lopez Thomas are alluding is the Ultimate Biz Conference (or UBC), their Quincy, Massachusetts-based venture they organized for the sole purpose of combining their resources as a unique, strategic way grow what they described as their mutual businesses.

CHILL MODE — According Zimmerman and Thomas, UBC is extremely credible and beneficial in that it is widely regarded as an effective, rewarding, life-enhancing networking event to attend.

An up-and-coming business that essentially is in its infancy stages, the Ultimate Biz Conference’s chief objective is geared largely toward educating entrepreneurs on how to cover their assets while running the day-to-day operations of their respective business.

According Zimmerman and Thomas, UBC is extremely credible and beneficial in that it is widely regarded as an effective, rewarding, life-enhancing networking event to attend.

MORE ON UBC: www.ultimatebizconference.com

“As a networking event, one is able to connect with potential business partners and collaborators to grow your business,” Thomas said.

For what it’s worth, credit the competitive drive of this dream team tandem of businesswomen that greatly fueled their desire to erect what undoubtedly is a rather appealing business for like-minded entrepreneurs.

Both of whom admittedly were once hampered by fear and frustration over the state of their respective careers, Zimmerman and Thomas had ultimately felt a divine connection, of sorts, given their similar business-oriented backgrounds.

As a result and much to their delight, it’s safe to assume that not only were they on to something potentially profitable but, most importantly, it seemed that one favorable thing had led to another.

Having been forced to unceremoniously vacate the careers they loved dearly and gave their “whole lives” to, the co-founders of UBC were — as they explained — backed into a corner, unable to find full-time employment anywhere.

Still, in spite of the few stumbling blocks they encountered while trying to re-invent themselves, there arose a silver lining, of sorts which, fortunately for them, practically sums up why their entrepreneurship tandem makes all of the sense in the world.

These business duo, in fact, don’t shy away from the notion that they had no choice but to turn their gifts and talents into a profitable business.  Having initially crossed paths at during an event in Quincy, Zimmerman and Thomas had collectively come to grips that forming the Ultimate Biz Conference was absolutely essential.

So here they are today, basking in the glory of the moment, one about which they are responsible for starting in the first place.

By and large, amongst the things about which Ultimate Biz Conference has done for Zimmerman and Thomas is afford them the golden opportunity to use their failures as a teaching tool, of sorts, a trend from which aspiring entrepreneurs can learn.

Also, their Ultimate Biz Conference 2018 will be held on April 19-21 in nearby White Plains, New  York at the Cambria Hotel And Suites. Accompanied by the theme, Think Like a CEO and Act Like a CEO, this 2 ½-day conference will prepare aspiring entrepreneurs to open their business doors in 2018 and beyond.  Tickets for the event can be purchased at www.ultimatebizconference.com.

“What I like most about being in my own business is simple,” Thomas said. “Doors that were previously shut have now been opened.  My mind has expanded into a different field and I’m the product of my mission.  The building of business relationships and making connections with other like-minded individuals.”

NATIONAL IMPACT — A nationally-acclaimed business that is enjoying considerable growth since its much-anticipated inception on November 15, 2017, UBC caters mostly to aspiring entrepreneurs who are ready to start their own business or individuals who have been in business for less than five years, not to mention a business that is in need of a much-needed makeover, Zimmerman and Thomas emphasized.

Zimmerman essentially echoed that about which Thomas eloquently professed.

“I love the fact that I have been able to turn my mess of losing my law practice into a powerful message of redemption,” Zimmerman said. “I have been able to ensure that aspiring entrepreneurs learn the importance of covering their assets while in business.  Also, I’ve been able to educate small businesses on how to be prepared for the what-ifs in business.”

A nationally-acclaimed business that is enjoying considerable growth since its much-anticipated inception on November 15, 2017, UBC caters mostly to aspiring entrepreneurs who are ready to start their own business or individuals who have been in business for less than five years, not to mention a business that is in need of a much-needed makeover, Zimmerman and Thomas emphasized.

PASSING ALONG WHOLESOME KNOWLEDGE — By and large, amongst the things about which Ultimate Biz Conference has done for Zimmerman and Thomas is afford them the golden opportunity to use their failures as a teaching tool, of sorts, from which aspiring entrepreneurs can learn.

Moreover, because of this ever-so-popular social media era, the UBC founders have been able to witness and savor continuous progress with their business, which means its best and brightest days are well ahead of it.

“(Our) mission is to turn the Ultimate Biz Conference into an international phenomenon where we will create a world full of entrepreneurs and small business owners,” Zimmerman and Thomas said. “One goal of Ultimate Biz Conference is to help individuals understand that they are in control of their own destiny when it comes to becoming small business owners.”

Just as this solid tandem of businesswomen were when they elected to join forces and establish what is shaping up to be a thriving, booming venture.

Donya. Alina.

Alina. Donya.

Together, they deemed it essential a little more than a year ago to combine their immeasurable business-related skills and establish a credible, thriving, progressive venture, one that figures to benefit others mightily in this ever-so-competitive entrepreneurship industry.

Today, unlike never before, this dynamic duo seems very much inseparable.

Talk about controlling their own destiny.

 

 

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.

 

 

Is Atlanta-based financial education consultant Quenita Harris the credit restoration industry’s best kept secret?

MAKING HER PRESENCE FELT GLOBALLY — A native of North Little Rock, Arkansas, Quenita Harris, 37, is a longtime credit consultant whose primary mission is to assists individuals escape from less-than-perfect to favorable credit.

DALLAS — Just after midday on Monday, Latigra  Poole, one of Quenita Harris’ devoted clients, took to her Facebook page to pay homage to this accomplished Atlanta-based businesswoman.

Said Poole in a rather inspiring, forthright post to the social media world: Y’all better get y’all credit straight……..Holler at her!!! Quenita Harris she really is the truth!”

And just like, the ever-so-popular social media universe was greatly enlighten once again of the remarkably compelling services of Harris, who is steadily making a strong case that she undoubtedly is one of the region’s finest professional credit restoration specialists.

A native of North Little Rock, Arkansas, Harris, 37, is a longtime credit consultant whose primary mission is to assists individuals escape from less-than-perfect to favorable credit.

SHE’S GOING GLOBAL, Y’ALL — To her credit, Harris’ notable career has greatly afforded her to put her financial education consulting talents on display in a variety of establishments, most notably in Atlanta, California, even as far as Japan and Dubai.

In addition, this credible financial education consultant is widely known for assisting individuals who lack the knowledge of resources to meet financial goals.

“Whether their goals are to purchase a home, car, or provide a stable financial foundation for their family, I provide current accessible financial resources to meet their goals,” Harris told Making Headline News during an exclusive interview.

Interesting enough, Harris’ mission includes consulting with entrepreneurs on creating a financial basis, particularly as it pertains to emerging as a longstanding business by way of building their business credit, as well as to educate them on how to secure funding for their business.

A former multi-sport athlete who starred in volleyball, basketball, and was a member of the varsity track and field squad in high school, Harris was the catalyst of both the volleyball and basketball programs at Philander Smith College. As she tells it, it was due in large part to her competitive drive in athletics that has greatly enabled her to adopt a competitive nature as a flourishing businesswoman.

A North Little Rock Jacksonville Senior High School alum, Harris is a graduate of Philander Smith College. She holds a Master’s Degree in Project Management from Keller Graduate Management University, as well as an MBA and a Master’s of Information System.

“In sports, you learn to have a strategy for playing the sports and knowing the opponents,” Harris explained. “I write things down often to ensure that I am abreast on the rules of the business. I research, which I would equate to practicing and getting better at my profession.”

By and large, helping her clients or potential clients grasp a thorough concept of the credit restoration industry is extremely pivotal, Harris acknowledged.

“I have also learned everyone does not have the same understanding of credit or business,” Harris said. “Like with any team sport, I have to know the skill level of each player on the team. My goal is to learn how much a person understands credit and business, then educate from their level of understanding.  I learned in sports good sportsmanship is important when playing against others. Sometimes individuals aren’t willing to receive the help available.”

There are, by all accounts, a variety of reasons for what obviously has become a downward trend in the credit restoration arena, Harris emphasized.

“This may be due to past bad experiences, lack of understanding, or they could be afraid to communicate,” Harris explained. “I use good sportsmanship by not allowing the factors to dictate my response to the individuals.”

ANOINTED FOR THIS GIG — Since delving off into her selected industry, amongst the things in which Harris finds pleasure is witnessing and aiding others in accomplishing their financial goals. In many aspects, helping consumers make better financial choices often serves as her very own sanctuary. Well, kind of which, of course, isn’t a bad attribute to display.

Since delving off into her selected industry, amongst the things in which Harris finds pleasure is witnessing and aiding others in accomplishing their financial goals. In many aspects, helping consumers make better financial choices often serves as her very own sanctuary.

Well, kind of.

Which, of course, isn’t a bad attribute to exemplify.

“I am allowed an opportunity to minister to others through educating, building relationships, and being known for actually guiding them through a step by step process that works,” said Harris, whose business venture caters to individuals of all ages nationwide. “It helps me to connect to the community…more specifically, it helps me to target single parent mothers, low income, and others that lack resources to become informed that they have choices.”

To her credit, Harris’ notable career has greatly afforded her to put her financial education consulting talents on display in a variety of establishments, most notably in Atlanta, California, even as far as Japan and Dubai.

ALL SHE DOES IS WIN, WIN, WIN, NO MATTER WHAT — A former multi-sport athlete who starred in volleyball, basketball, and ran track in high school, Harris was the catalyst of both the volleyball and basketball programs at Philander Smith College. As she tells it, it was due in large part to his competitive drive in athletics that has greatly enabled her to adopt a competitive nature as a flourishing businesswoman.

Talk about having what is starting to become a global impact, courtesy of a financial education guru who’s making a solid case that she is one of the finest and most efficient in this ever-so-competitive industry.

“My personal mission is to be able to provide a one stop shop resource hub for individuals that lack an understanding in overall financial literacy,” said Harris, whose father, George H. Harris, mother, Lavenita Harris, business mentor, Edward Hartley, business coach Kevin Williams, and spiritual leader Nicola Smith-Jackson all have aided her mightily in becoming the accomplished businesswoman she is. “My goal is to partner with other professionals that have individuals with credit obstacles to allow them the opportunity to overcome the credit barriers.”

MASSIVE MISSION — Interesting enough, Harris’ mission includes consulting with entrepreneurs on creating a financial basis, particularly as it pertains to emerging as a longstanding business by way of building their business credit, as well as to educate them on how to secure funding for their business.

A career that spans 13-plus years, Harris’ business-related schedule  includes being on hand for the “The Esteem Women’s Conference” at the Sheraton Hotel August 26 in nearby Arlington, Texas.

In addition, she Harris be hosting a few online seminars during which she will inform the general public of a variety of informative events to come via her social media pages.

“It is important that I esteem and inspire others, because I have young children that are watching me,” Harris said. “I may not have shown them all things in my life as being the right thing, but they will be able to see that life has challenges and we can determine what our outcome is going to be.”

For Harris, the outcome for the most part has indeed been favorable judging by the social media post of one of devoted clients just before noon on Monday.

 

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.