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Beauty for Ashes

Posted on January 26, 2015 at 12:55 AM Comments comments (31381)

I cannot express what Yahweh has placed in my spirit for His people over the last two years...Yahweh is at work in this supernatural year to bring a glorious restoration and vindication of His people. As Yahweh's people are renewed and restored we would again assume our place as witnesses of God in the world and sing His praise.


In 2007 I was once on this mission but from 2012 to 2014 I allowed the enemy to distract me causing me to detour from the plans that Yahweh had originally gave me...


Funny how when Yahweh give you instructions to do something, the enemy will make it appear as if what you are called to do is no longer needed.


I for one, allowed the enemy to deceive me to believe that women were healed and no longer wanted to hear people testimony of the goodness of Yahweh's deliverance from pain and suffering...I once heard a pastor say that people wanted to see you where you were at and not where you've been...Soooo not true!


Nevertheless, sometimes Yahweh will put you back into a place that you forgot so that you can remember again. I'm grateful to serve a God of second, third, fourth, and so on, chance...


Yahweh has so much goodness in store for us...He is going to renew, restore and rebuild...So many people have lost hope and given up on the promises of Yahweh, but Yahweh is going to renew your hope, restore your confidence in Him and rebuild your life in Him....Yahweh want to give us Beauty for our ashes..


Isaiah 61 The Message Bible


1-7 The Spirit of God, the Master, is on me

because God anointed me.

He sent me to preach good news to the poor,

heal the heartbroken,

Announce freedom to all captives,

pardon all prisoners.

God sent me to announce the year of his grace—

a celebration of God’s destruction of our enemies—

and to comfort all who mourn,

To care for the needs of all who mourn in Zion,

give them bouquets of roses instead of ashes,

Messages of joy instead of news of doom,

a praising heart instead of a languid spirit.

Rename them “Oaks of Righteousness”

planted by God to display his glory.

They’ll rebuild the old ruins,

raise a new city out of the wreckage.

They’ll start over on the ruined cities,

take the rubble left behind and make it new.

You’ll hire outsiders to herd your flocks

and foreigners to work your fields,

But you’ll have the title “Priests of God,”

honored as ministers of our God.

You’ll feast on the bounty of nations,

you’ll bask in their glory.

Because you got a double dose of trouble

and more than your share of contempt,

Your inheritance in the land will be doubled

and your joy go on forever.

Money Motivation Monday

Posted on January 5, 2015 at 8:05 AM Comments comments (37)

Money Motivation Monday


Luke 16:11 King James Version (KJV)


11 If therefore ye have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the true riches?


Time and money are two things that you will often hear people say that they do not have enough of...So here are a few tips that will help you to get more of each...


1. Change your views on how you see them...Sometimes our perception of something will allow us to treat it in a certain manner.


2. Learn to RESPECT and VALUE them...You can tell how well you respect and value your time and money by the way you handle them.


3. See them as precious commodity; what is the value that you have place on them, or are they free?


4. How much respect do you have for your time and money? A little, somewhat or greatly...Keep in mind, anything you respect, you will not misuse, nor abuse.


5. Do you have daily, weekly and or monthly budgets for your time and money? Create a schedule for your time and a budget for your money.You value your time with an employer, so why not value your time for yourself.


6. Do you have a consolidation strategy for your time and money? You can consolidate your time by combining some things together. You can consolidate your money by eliminating some debt: Example: You have 3 credit cards, 2 of them have an interest rate of 26 percent and 1 of them have an interest rate of 18 percent...Transfer the 2 highest interest rates into the lowest rate...*(and no, it does not matter about the amounts on the cards)...Leaving you with a 52% savings each month.


7. 80/20 rule: 10% of your income should go to your tithes and 10% should go into your savings...Pay God first, then pay yourself. Same thing should apply for your time...


8. Add your time and money to the principle...Example: If you have several projects that you are working on; you should add more time to the main and most important project so that it can produce...

And with money, if you pay more towards the principle, the less payments you will owe... Selah, a lender cannot charge interest on money you no longer owe...This is especially great to do with mortgages.


9. Is it a NEED or GREED? Start being honest with yourself...Do you have 36 pairs of shoes but zero in your savings account? Does your child have the latest video system but no college savings? Do you borrow from your need to pay for your greed?


10. Success is a plan that is written on a piece of paper. You cannot become successful without having a plan.

Intellectual Property

Posted on September 22, 2014 at 6:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Intellectual Property

What is Intellectual Property

Intellectual property refers to creations of the mind: inventions; literary and artistic works; and symbols, names and images used in commerce.

Intellectual property is divided into two categories:


  • Industrial Property includes patents for inventions, trademarks, industrial designs and geographical indications.
  • Copyright covers literary works (such as novels, poems and plays), films, music, artistic works (e.g., drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures) and architectural design. Rights related to copyright include those of performing artists in their performances, producers of phonograms in their recordings, and broadcasters in their radio and television programs.


Exclusive Rights

n Anglo-Saxon law, an exclusive right is a de facto, non-tangible prerogative existing in law (that is, the power or, in a wider sense, right) to perform an action or acquire a benefit and to permit or deny others the right to perform the same action or to acquire the same benefit. A "prerogative" is in effect an exclusive right. The term is restricted for use for official state or sovereign (i.e., constitutional) powers. Exclusive rights are a form of monopoly.


Exclusive rights can be established by law or by contractual obligation, but the scope of enforceability will depend upon the extent to which others are bound by the instrument establishing the exclusive right; thus in the case of contractual rights, only persons that are parties to a contract will be affected by the exclusivity.


Exclusive rights may be granted in property law, copyright law, patent law, in relation to public utilities, or, in some jurisdictions, in other sui generis legislation. Many scholars argue that such rights form the basis for the concepts of property and ownership.

Position for Prosperity

Posted on August 29, 2014 at 1:00 PM Comments comments (28)
Success is never a straight line. Get ready for twists and turns, bumpy roads, and surprise loop-de-loops. Go for your dreams, have fun, and know you???ll be OK. 2. Fear is a false god. Growth (personal or business) demands letting go of "security", which is really a falsity in itself. Choose faith. 3. When you realize your potential, it???s often scary. When you know you are here to do more, be more, and impact more??? staying where you are (even in a seemingly good place) will feel more agonizing than the growing pains of taking that leap you know you have to make. 4. Your habits create your outcomes. Do you have good habits? Identify areas in which you know you need better ones. 5. Get yourself a mentor or coach, whether you can work with her one-on-one or learn from afar. And if you can invest in yourself during the process, you???ll likely move faster! 6. Use the power of a mastermind. You don???t have to come up with ideas or solutions by yourself. Two minds are truly better than one, and more are even better. Leaders throughout history have been using masterminds for centuries, and you can do this too. 7. Most everything you want right now is outside of your comfort zone. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable. It will become a way of life, and easier every time. 8. Be optimistic. Keeping your thoughts positive is proven to help you be more successful. 9. Stop judging others. It???s wasted energy. The more we judge others??? doings, we are simply trying to justify our own choices. This isn???t a competition or a contest. Be comfortable and confident with your choices, and get on with your purpose. 10. To change your results, don???t just have to change what you???re doing. You likely need to change who you???re being. The person you have been up to now is not the same person who???s about to make the leap that you deep down really want to make.

How to Research a New Business Idea, Part 2: Analyzing Market Appeal

Posted on August 18, 2014 at 11:10 PM Comments comments (151)

You have a fantastic idea for starting your own business and you have researched your market in Part 1. Now you need to analyze the market appeal of your product or service to help you make decisions that will increase your chances of success.


There are four basic methods of measuring reactions to the appeal of your product or service: interviews, surveys, focus groups or test markets. No matter what type of research you conduct, formulating a good questionnaire is a key factor for success. The questions must be straight-forward, easily understood, and able to be completed quickly. Each method also requires a review of the situations in which the questions are asked and detailed summaries of the results. Comparisons of the results of the different methods can lead to reliable decisions to accept or reject a set of data.


Here are some tips on the four main types of evaluation methods.


1. Interviews - When conducting interviews, you can start with friends, neighbors and relatives, but you must include strangers to achieve a more objective set of answers. Be sure to tabulate answers in a way that can also be used for the results from surveys and focus groups.


2. Surveys - Use the same questions in surveys as you did for interviews. Surveys can be conducted by mail, telephone or in public places. Recognize that surveys often involve costs in postage, time and labor. The percentage of people responding will be low without some sort of incentive.


3. Focus groups - Focus groups usually require payment to each individual for the time they spend in each session. So be sure to consider the cost factor in using this method of research. In some locations, the marketing department of a university may be willing to conduct the focus group for a reasonable fee. The facilitator (leader) should introduce each of the questions used for surveys and individual interviews. Comments from the group should be tabulated into the same categories as other results so that they can be compared.


4. Test marketing - Test marketing is a way to expose your product or service idea to the real world. This method of research can be more difficult to analyze because the results, or sales, can be influenced by any one of the five Ps of marketing: product, packaging, price, promotion or placement. Try to isolate one of the factors in order to get meaningful results.


So, is your fantastic idea for a business going to result in ultimate success or plunge you into a world of mystery? Good meaningful research can help you answer that question and make the right decisions.


How to Research a New Business Idea, Part 1: Analyzing the Market

Posted on August 14, 2014 at 10:05 PM Comments comments (0)

You have a fantastic idea for starting your own business. But, will others get excited about it too? Who will find that it meets their needs or desires? Business ideas can appear in many forms, but all ideas need to be analyzed to help make decisions that will increase your chances of success.


The first step in researching your idea is to gather data to understand the market and demographic details. Who is your potential customer? Good market research can give you the answers and help you create a solid basis for intelligent planning. So, how do you proceed? Below are some simple steps to get started.


1. Identify the value of your product or service to potential customers. Why would someone buy your product or service? Who will be your potential customers? Where are they? Who is your competition? How do they market their products? What advantage will you have?


2. Assess the characteristics of the market. Is it business-to-business or consumer-oriented? A realistic assessment of the market must include its size, location and competitors. How do you find all the right information that can help you make business decisions? You need to use standard market research methods such as surveys, interviews, focus groups and test markets. Using these different methods is covered in Part 2.


3. If you have a product or service that you plan to sell to businesses, list the types of businesses that are potential customers and get company names and locations from the reference books in main libraries or the Internet. One standard reference guide for business information is the Thomas Register. Two good examples of Internet databases are Reference USA and Standard and Poor’s Net Advantage.


4. If you plan to sell directly to consumers, analyze the consumer market. This is usually more complex than the business market. Research demographics including population, age, sex, location, income levels, housing and purchasing patterns. In addition to the Internet resources mentioned above, you can refer to statistics from the U.S. Department of Commerce and Census data.



Posted on July 28, 2014 at 11:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Position for Prosperity


Want to see your business or ministry grow?

Each week create an action plan. Not the actions of the event/day/service, but the actions because of the event/day/service.


If your company or ministry is having weekly service or an event, what action steps can you take to sure it's succe.



How can I engage my audience more/different?


To keep his audience engaged, Joel Osteen tells a joke at the beginning of each teaching.


Each week you should have a new action plan to show what can be done for growth in your business or ministry.


In addition, each action plan should include something you have not done or found a new way of doing it..

Marketing Tip

Posted on July 3, 2014 at 11:30 PM Comments comments (4)


Here are some Marketing tips from Maximize Your Resources.

What can you do today that can help your business to grow?

1. When creating a white board make sure that your board has visual along with great content. You must always remember that not all people are content learners but are visual learners too. Research data to find out what colors are people visually attractive too.

2. Keep your white board clean, remember less is best.

3. When marketing your business do not make it ALL ABOUT YOU...do not market what you like and what you want, unless you are planning to be your only customer....But create a marketing campaign/ad that is for the people and about the people...Remember people equal possibilities.

4. Marketing is a vital key to the success of your business and one of the new trends in marketing is: Interactive Content.

Remember: growth don't come in one day, patients produces purchase customers who will keep coming back and not just one time visitors.


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