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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Kwanzaa Gift Ideas From African Holistic View

I wanted to share with you some gift ideas for Kwanzaa 2009. I would love to get feed back from you what ideas you have:

Greetings Family,

A great gift idea would be to give something pertaining to holistic health & wellness. Do check out the African Holistic Health Wellness:

You can also treat someone your love to a Holistic Health Course or Membership in the form of a gift certification:

Look forward to your patronage during this time of Kwanzaa and throughout the year 2010. Your support in 2009 has been greatly appreciated. Hope you see you all at our Chapter's Dinner Dance. There are still vending spots available. $20 for crafts $30 for vegan food vendors.
http://africanholistic.weebly.com/african-holistic-health-dinner-dance-2010. html.

Sista Shai (Shy-ee)
African Holistic Health Chapter of NY
347-427-8668 (o)

Make sure you get your membership with the Black Business Builders Club Today.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

NBBTA - National Black Business Trade Association Launches it 2010 Membership Drive today

November 17, 2009 Founder and CEO of the National Black Business Trade Association (NBBTA) Lee Green announced today the official start of the 2010 membership drive. National Black Business Trade Association (NBBTA) is a unique business network. Our membership includes experienced professionals and business owners interested in expanding their businesses. Our core philosophy is based on the importance of entrepreneurship, cooperative economics and recycling Black dollars.

NBBTA is a community of experienced business professionals. It is where:

1) professionals develop new leads to business,

2) members become part of a unique community of entrepreneurial professionals, and

3) members develop lasting relationships with other professionals in related fields.

» The Benefits of Membership:

* Great Resources. We give you access to cutting edge communications and networking tools. The opportunity to upgrade to a paid membership in the Black Business Builders Club to help increase your income and shorten your learning curve.

* Professional Networking. We help introduce you to professionals who are interested in developing referral sources. Our primary objective is to help you network with other professionals in your local community or around the world. We also help organize local networking events and meeting groups so that our members have a regular place to meet with their referral sources.

* Marketing Resources. We help connect you to marketing resources that can help you grow your business.

* Member Lead Exchange. Need a service? Use our lead exchange to post requests for service to other members of the NBBTA community. It’s our way of bringing our professionals together.

* Directory Listings. As a member of NBBTA you receive an online directory listing. Our directories are reviewed by consumers who are seeking professional services.

» About Our Members. We are looking for energetic members with experience and an interest in growing their business. Our members include: business owners, any professional that services a business, accountants, attorneys, financial planners, insurance agents, real estate professionals, executive consultants, and HR, marketing and sales professionals, contractors, architects, engineers, home based and home services professionals.

» Where Our Members Are Located. We have members in every major city in the United States.

» Good Relationships Produce Business. Our innovative community fosters the development of business relationships among professionals. Every new member that joins NBBTA adds value and opportunity.

To find out more information go the website http://buckfiftymiracle.info/nbbtafree.html and put Clarence Coggins as your referrer.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Are You over Looking a Viable Market?

While many people are looking at the youth of the nation for sales, don't you miss out a market that has plenty of dollars to spend. That market is the Baby Boomer Market. They are more mature, less expenses and are ready to do business with you if you know how.

Here is an article that shows 5 Ways to Market to a More Mature Consumers. I hope you enjoy it.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Are you Giving Thieves The Keys To Your Car?

I just received this email and I don't doubt it is truth. This is because when it comes to remote controlled devices there are only so many frequencies that they can use and their has to be some way for the system to receive the signal. So people be alert and stay aware:

There is nothing safe and secure anymore.....

How to Lock Your Car and Why

I locked my car. As I walked away I heard my car door unlock. I went back and locked my car again, three times. Each time, as soon as I
started to walk away, I would hear it unlock again!! Naturally alarmed, I looked around and there were two guys sitting in a car in the fire
lane next to the store. They were obviously watching me intently, and there was no doubt they were somehow involved in this very weird
situation. I quickly chucked the errand I was on, jumped in my car and sped away. I went straight to the police station, told them what had
happened, and found but I was part of a new, and very successful, scheme being used to gain entry into cars.

Two weeks later, my friend's son had a similar happening... While traveling, my friend's son stopped at a roadside rest to use the bathroom. When he came out to his car less than 4-5 minutes later, someone had gotten into his car and stolen his cell phone, laptop computer, GPS navigator, briefcase.....you name it. He called the police and since there were no signs of his car being broken into, the police told him he had been a victim of the latest robbery tactic -- there is a device that robbers are using now to clone your security code when you lock your doors on your car using your key-chain locking device..remotely. They sit a distance away and watch for their next victim.... They know you are going inside the store, restaurant, or bathroom and they now have a few minutes to steal and run. The police officer said to manually lock your car door-by hitting the lock
button inside the car -- that way if there is someone sitting in a
parking lot watching for their next victim, it will not be you.

When you hit the lock button on your car upon exiting, it does not send the security code, but if you walk away and use the door lock on
your key chain, it sends the code through the airwaves where it can be instantly stolen.

This is very real.

Be wisely aware of what you just read and please pass this note on. Look how many times we all lock our doors with our remote just to
be sure we remembered to lock them -- and bingo, someone has our code....and whatever was in our car.

Snopes Approved --.Please share with everyone you know!!

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Let's Do It Again - BBBC Launches Second Ad Coop

This time it is local. Less than one month after successfully debuting in
Black Enterprise Magazine, the members of the Black Business Builders
Club are working together to start local Black Business Awareness campaigns.
First stop - Jersey City, NJ

The Bergen Avenue Bus Lines is one of the Old Bus Lines in Jersey City NJ. It
goes from Bayonne to Journal Square. Daily people ride the bus to commute to
work, school, or just the pursuit of entertainment. With Black Community of
over 67 thousand Blacks according to the US Census Bureau 2000 data.

"Making the Black Business Builder Club and the Black Folks Guide a household
name within the Black Community is our goal for 2009 and 2010", stated Clarence
Coggins (aka Crown PRince of WeB 2.0), Project Coordinator.

This project is the genesis of other efforts in our communities which will be a
continuation of a long legacy of Blacks striving for Economic Empowerment and
Financial Freedom. The Black Business Builders Club is a membership organization
that teaches it members how to use the Internet to generate income from home.

The Black Folks Guide to Making Big Money on the Internet was written by Lee
Green, Chairman of the National Black Business Trade Association and Founder
of the Black Business Builders Club. It serves as an guide for members to get
the most out of the club and the internet.

The deadline for participation in the second coop is July 15, 2009. For More
information visit http://hudsonliberty.com/bbbcoop2 or call 973-943-4073

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Peeved Peak Potential Bans CP From Future Events

Well I guess the Millionaire Mind Intensive will be having one less participant. Clarence Coggins, the Crown Prince of Web 2.0, has been placed on the Persona Non Grata list. Why? Because of a Youtube Video Taken Posted over a year ago.

The Following is the correspondence between myself and Peak Potential. Up to the part where I call Harv a Jerk and let him know that he could stick it in his "Briefs".

Like they know nothing of freedom of speech up north in Canada. They think that just because they may have a little money they can just boss people around. Well they ran into a Bible Believing American this Time.

Like I really have much better things to do than go protest an event. More importantly, there are many more events and programs one can attend. I just don't like their attitude. It STINKS.


Please bear in mind we will be monitoring your YouTube postings and will take all appropriate action, in suitable forums and venues, relative to defamatory, inaccurate or disparaging material you post, in addition to the removal by YouTube of your “work.” Please be advised our event staff has been notified you will not be permitted entry to our event, and will have you removed by the venue or authorities, appropriate to the situation. Any filming of our event, staff or clientele is unauthorized by Peak Potentials and will also be dealt with.

If you have any questions regarding the foregoing, or our intent to carry through, please feel fee to contact me.

Harvey J. Sotolov

Manager, Legal Affairs

Peak Potentials Training, Inc.

(604) 983-3344 x1455

(604) 983-3326 fax


From: Jason Holmes
Sent: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 3:44 PM
To: clarence@hudsonliberty.com
Subject: RE: You Will Not Be Permitted To Attend MMI

Hello Clarence,

Thank you for your email.

You will find that you have never been charged $97 for the upcoming MMI in New J ersey 2009.


Jason Holmes

Assistant Manager of Client Care

Peak Potentials Training


Toll Free: 1-888-868-8883

Fax: 604-983-3365

Home of the world famous Millionaire Mind Intensive seminar and #1 NY Times best selling book Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker

From: clarence@hudsonliberty.com [mailto:clarence@hudsonliberty.com]
Sent: Tuesday, J une 16, 2009 3:18 PM
To: J ason Holmes
Sub j ect: Re: You Will Not Be Permitted To Attend MMI

Okay J ason,

J ust make sure you refund my registration fee. Because if you had made this information available to me when it came to your attention I would not have made a registration. And expect me to make Youtube video about the prohibition of me attending the event.

Clarence Coggins
Crown PRince of WeB 2.0

--- On Tue, 6/16/09, J ason Holmes < J ason.Holmes@PEAKPOTENTIALS.COM> wrote:

From: J ason Holmes < J ason.Holmes@PEAKPOTENTIALS.COM>
Sub j ect: You Will Not Be Permitted To Attend MMI
To: clarence@hudsonliberty.com
Date: Tuesday, J une 16, 2009, 2:57 PM

Dear Clarence,

You recently registered to attend the Millionaire Mind Intensive in Secaucus New J ersey .

We wish to inform you that you will not be permitted to attend this event or any other future Peak Potentials programs. This decision was based on your unauthorized posting of Millionaire Mind Intensive video on You Tube.

Should you have any questions about this decision please contact:

Harvey J . Sotolov

Peak Potentials Manager Legal Affairs
(604) 983-3344 x1455
(604) 983-3326 fax


Jason Holmes

Assistant Manager of Client Care

Peak Potentials Training


Toll Free: 1-888-868-8883

Fax: 604-983-3365

Monday, May 4, 2009

Why Rich Blacks Won't Work Together


I just wanted to share this article written by David Farad with you. I found it quite illuminating. Let me know what you think.

Why Rich Black Folks Won't Work Together

sure you have heard it many times over and over. You would be intheir
same tax bracket if you had a dime for every time a Black personsaid
"why won't Oprah, Bill Cosby, Denzel, Bob Johnson, Jay-Z, or anyof the
other rich celebrities and athletes work together to build orbuy-out a
company which would in turn create opportunities for thecommon members
of the Black Community"?

It doesn't take a Harvard Grad to
figure out that if rich Black peoplepooled their resources, started or
bought-out existing profitablecompanies, and hired the Black talent
that is otherwise languishing incorporate America (or Gov't) making
lot's of money for non-Black ownedorganizations, then there would be a
profound change in ourcommunities. Especially since this would be the
model and example thatyoung Blacks see and they in turn will mimic and
repeat the cyclegeneration after generation. Common sense right? What
are they waitingfor? Why won't they meet, plan, and formulate
strategies to build,grow, support, and create Black Business since they
have all thatmoney?!


Well................here's the answer...............They
don'twork together and they aren't creating opportunities for the
commonmembers of the Black Community or future generations for the
samereason that ordinary common Black folks aren't working together
tobuild, grow, support, and create Black Business for themselves
andfuture generations which is:

1. FEAR - Fear of failure, Fear of Loss, Fear of what others might think if we embrace our Blackness. (The opposite of fear is FAITH)!
2. Mistrust - Lack of trust in working with other Black folks.
3. Complacency & Apathy - The "I got mine, get yours" mentality.


other words, we want them to unite, take the risks, do the work,
andmake sacrifices, but we won't do it! You see, if the common working
manand woman were to do what we are asking the rich Black folks to
do,then we wouldn't need them to do anything because our collective
wealthis far greater than the wealth of all the rich Black folks
combined. Soinstead of expecting or asking them to do it, we should do

We should work together to build and support Black Business,
pool ourresources, recycle and re-circulate Black dollars, create
BlackOrganizations and Institutions and fund and support them. What are
wewaiting for? Future generations are counting on us. They will model
ourexamples but we must like Barak Obama said "be the change we have
beenwaiting for"! Then the future generations of rich Black folks will
doit automatically.

Well, many of us are not waiting! In fact,
there are numerous Blackorganizations that are doing this and more!
Organizations that areactually "taking action"and working
together to build and support Black Business and empowerourselves
economically by practicing Cooperative Economics. It's just amatter of
finding them, linking up and becoming a part of these typesof
organizations. One such organization is The Black Business Builders Club (BBBC) found at http://hudsonliberty.com/dumff/women.


BBBC is an exclusive club of black professionals who are
workingtogether to build and support Black Business,
recycle/re-circulateBlack dollars, and create opportunities, and earn
money from home. Thebusiness model of the BBBC allows us to link up
with like-minded,professional Black people from all over who desire to
work together toharness the wealth of our communities and "do" our part
in "doing" whatmany ask of only the rich.

So don't wait on the
rich! Join the BBBC today and work together withus and be a part of the
"movement" to earn, build, grow, support andcreate Black Businesses and

p.s. Our new Essence Group can be found at http://essenceonline.ning.com/group/blackbusinessbuilders

p.s.s. Look for the Black Business Builders Club in the June 2009 Edition of Black Enterprise Magazine!!


Warm Regards,

David Farad, Founder http://nubiansurfer.com?r=58147
Black Business Builder Member

Friday, April 24, 2009



Wesley Snipes Zulu Mech 1
New York, NY (BlackNews.com) - Zulu Mech 1, a breakthrough African sci-fi adventure series co-produced by Wesley Snipes, will be unveiled on May 30th at The African American Pavilion at BookExpo America. The press conference is scheduled for 12:00 noon in the African American Pavilion Meeting Room 1C01-1C02 at the Jacob Javit Convention Center, New York City.
An innovative combination of animation, music, movie techniques and fine art paintings called a "Cinema Graphic Novel," Zulu Mech 1 is an adventure designed to promote literacy, hope and world peace. Creators Mshindo I and Gregory Walker, aka "Brother G," the award winning author of the Shades Of Memnon historical adventure series, will be on hand to introduce their epic, as will Snipes, star of the Blade movie trilogy, who serves as Zulu Mech 1 co-producer and voice talent, also scheduled to appear is Jonathan Woods, animation director and music composer.
Then at 1:00 p.m., activities will shift to the African American Pavilion stage for a presentation entitled "African Legends Past And Future" that closes with a screening of the first Zulu Mech 1 adventure. Upcoming episodes will soon be available on Apple iTunes.
"I think Zulu Mech 1 is a grand adventure," said Snipes. "Everybody knows I love sci-fi, I am always looking for a hot new property and I think I found it! If the fans liked the stuff we did on the Blade series, they are gonna love this. Zulu Mech 1, as written by Brother G and illustrated by the amazing Mshindo brings a fresh, untapped perspective to scifi. I think the world will be pleased. Our hope=2 0is to develop ZM1 into one of the hottest franchises around."

BookExpo America, one of the largest book trade shows in the world provides independent African American book publishers, authors, self publishers, bookstore owners, librarians, distributors, literary agents, publicists, and African American imprints at major publishing houses with exposure to more that 80,000 bookbuyers and booksellers from across the world. With over 25,000 BEA attendees crossing up and down the African American Pavilion Aisles, there will be huge opportunities to learn, share, educate, buy, sell, and network and the pavilion provides our exhibitors the lowest discounted booth prices at the BEA.


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