Let's talk about those small things that ruin black business owners. We know that there are all sorts of road blocks that can hinder any growing business but it is often said that blacks are prone to become crabs in a bucket, pulling each other down instead of helping one another out of the bucket. What do you think the underlying common denominator is that hinders black businesses? Do you feel blacks handle business differently than any other culture? What can blacks do in order to support one another? Are you a frustrated black business owner that practice good business but are often turned down because another black business ruined the opportunity before you? Join us as we discuss the issues of black businesses and look at ways we can avoid mediocrity!
I think a simple upgrade in our values and destruction of the deeply entrenched societal stereotypes of who we are will lead to the resurrection of our lives. This cripples us more than any outside influence. ~Blackvoicenation.com
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