Business: God’s Way

Guest Blogger, David Newby Photo by Christina Morillo on Pexels.comThe word business is mentioned at least 29 times in the Bible: Business In the Bible * And of the Hebronites, Hashabiah and his brethren, men of valour, a thousand and seven hundred, were officers among them of Israel on this side Jordan westward in all … Continue reading Business: God’s Way

Tracking What Matters Most: Introducing Guest Blogger David Newby

Author. End-Time Revivalist. Founder. Earth-shaker. Trainer. Life Strategist. How many hats can one man wear, right? Actually, David Newby, has plenty of additional talents to add to the list. Not "hats," talents. In Bible-speak, we recognize that talents are units of money. Presently, we consider people who work in creative professions as "the talent." One … Continue reading Tracking What Matters Most: Introducing Guest Blogger David Newby

Five Things Every Entrepreneur Needs

Guest Blogger, Ayana King Eleven million. That’s the number of women-owned businesses in the U.S., nearly all of them recognized as small businesses, and employing more than eight million workers. Sadly, about 50% of businesses launched fail within five years. So, what gives? For many female business owners, balancing the ebb and flow of a … Continue reading Five Things Every Entrepreneur Needs

The Advantage of Caring: Introducing Ayana King Guest Blogger

Psalm 71:9 (NIV) Do not cast me away when I am old; do not forsake me when my strength is gone. When you were a child, did you actually imagine yourself turning 50, 75 or 100 years old? Did you imagine yourself with wrinkled hands, crow's feet or with perfectly sculpted jawlines beyond retirement? Could … Continue reading The Advantage of Caring: Introducing Ayana King Guest Blogger

Drawing from the Well: Nonprofit Spotlight

Putting grief into context, let alone into words, is difficult at any age. For many of the sad new stories aired on your local TV networks and those tear-filled pleas posted on your social streams, there are children suffering the loss of a loved one or struggling with the separation of a family member, neighbor … Continue reading Drawing from the Well: Nonprofit Spotlight

Spotlight: Mariyah Saifuddin

"Networking, making [that] human-to-human connection, is more valuable than making a sale"...and that's straight from the President's mouth. Well, keep talking, Mariyah, because you are speaking my language. Presenting to some, introducing to others (literally, please que the mental audio of a drum roll).......Mariyah Saifuddin, President, Innovative Solution Partners. Now is the perfect time to … Continue reading Spotlight: Mariyah Saifuddin

Pep Squad Leader: Interviewing Now

Now recruiting Fall 2018 interns!!! At Ascent Small Business Promotion, LLC, we're growing. Grow on this journey with us. About this Job The Office Manager (aka Pep Squad Leader) will be responsible for office oversight, to include, but not limited to: -Onsite Support of Two (2) onsite Small Businesses (Ascent Small Business Promotion, LLC and … Continue reading Pep Squad Leader: Interviewing Now

Look Ahead…the future is not behind

With plenty of negativity recourses, it's quite easy to stop, look around at the circumstances and decide that going on is not the best option. "Easy" doesn't take courage, though. Courage, in my professional opinion, is a slap in the face of complacency. Easy is not the road less traveled. Choosing to be courageous is like saying, "conformity is … Continue reading Look Ahead…the future is not behind

Pardon The Stare…My Goals are in Sight

An excellent post, earlier in 2018, from ReeJade Richmond of Search For Her Existence (S.H.E.), Inc asked followers something to the effect of: So, how aligned are you with your goals? Wanting to engage in great conversation with this SHero and support her post, I commented: I'm so aligned with my goals, I might as … Continue reading Pardon The Stare…My Goals are in Sight