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Jody Pugh, host of the Businesses of the USA radio show, explains the launch of the new Businesses podcast. He is the founder and host of Doctors of the USA and the new shows, Churches of the USA and Businesses of the USA. Listen in as he shares his thoughts regarding the new show, the concepts behind this show, why this show is very timely at this day and age, and the exciting topics and guests lined up.
Visit our Businesses of the USA website.
Now focused on giving back, John Barber spent a majority of his career in large corporations including Procter and Gamble and the Pepsi Cola company.
At age 27 he was the General manager of Pepsi Las Vegas and at 34 the Vice President of a functional division for North America with 3000 employees and $1.5 billion in cash flow responsibilities. Today he is semi-retired and yet still has ownership in 4 businesses. He is focused on "giving back" whenever possible and currently serves on the Azelea festival board in Roswell to benefit the Cottage school endowment fund.
Join UIF founder Tim Ray and his guest John Barber as they discuss how to make your business intentional on the UI Radio network on Angel Heart Radio .
Create, Track and Manifest your passions... one intention at a time at unitedintentions.org
Ever since I was a child, I see and hear how hard it is for Black people to find jobs. Black people are also being paid less for the exact same work as their white counterparts. Whenever the topic of creating your own business not only for yourself, but to hire qualified Black people, we (as a people) get quiet all of a sudden. Excuses are made and our people will keep trying to plug a square peg into a round hole. I will have special guests in David Anderson (owner of iBrand U) and Ronin Martin as we discuss why Black people are afraid to start businesses. We will also discuss solutions and tips on how to get started. We'd love to hear from you Sunday March 13th, 7 PM EST/4 PST and the call in number is (347) 850-1065
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Creating Brilliant Businesses
Business won’t change unless we do. Business won’t become more blissful unless we create it that way. Business won’t change the world unless we lead the way. Is now YOUR time to create a brilliant business? (Or three??? What if one is not enough for you?) And if business is boring for you, maybe your ideas aren't yet big enough! Big isn’t about size. It’s about brilliance. About creating beyond what exists. About bringing unconventional approaches into being. About making a difference far beyond the obvious. Join Lisa Murray and Charlinda Byrd to explore how to make your business less boring!
We use the tools of Access Consciousness on the show, which includes the Access Consciousness Clearing Statement. You can find more information on the Clearing Statement at www.theclearingstatement.com.
Learn More About Tracy Wright, and the Purpose of the Women Businesses Radio Show.
Once again we are allowing any small business to advertise for FREE!!! Just call in and tell us about your business and where it's located. Every small business needs to advertise,why not for FREE. Tell your clients and other associated businesses.
How often do you hear , Support Black Owned Businesses? I am a firm believer in supporting the business that will provide quality service and offer the best for my money, whether it is Black owned, Chinese owned, White owned or any other race.
I have of course supported black owned businesses but have not always been given the best service or given the most for my money. Has this happened to you? Should I continue to support an establishment that offers poor service and/or subpar merchandise just because the business if owned by someone of the same race?
This week's research led me to the following found at:
The author of this article did a poll and asked Why is it hard to support black owned businesses and gathered the following top 5 answers:
They give poor customer service
They are only trying to make a quick buck and don't care about their customers
They sell cheap products/below average services at exponentially high prices
They don't guarantee their products/services
They are very unprofessional/ghetto
Do you a agree or disagree?
All Minority businesses can call and advertise for free. Just dial 646 716-5525 and talk to the host