February 26, 2019

Just Over Broke (J.O.B.) In Today’s 2007 Economy

By Farrah Gray Recent findings from The Bureau of Labor Statistics (a branch of the U.S. Department of Labor, which collects and distributes data about the current job market) report unemployment rate increases to 4.5%. We often forget that behind every statistic, every number, there are real people, trying to keep body and soul together. Labor Department findings indicate small employment percentage increases nationwide.  However, these minor increases represent little real movement in the job market or additional “food on the table” for people who remain unemployed.  Research suggests that African-Americans most typically suffer from the downturn, and the income […]
February 26, 2019


By Farrah Gray During the July 7, 2007 euphoria about what was considered the “luckiest day of the 21st Century). The talk of the day was getting married, pregnant women wanted to deliver on that day. Charms, trinkets, daubers, four-leaf clovers, a rabbit’s foot, triple sevens, lottery tickets, megabucks slot machines, card games, church and community group bingo games have enthralled the young and old with the chance bringing them of luck. The many facets of luck are as varied as those you ask their definition of success. An interesting site on the Internet is Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia provided […]
February 26, 2019

Real Tips for Parents: Coaching Your Child for Entrepreneurial Success

By Farrah Gray You have the power.  It doesn’t matter if you are married or if you are single.  You are the single most important factor that can influence your child’s growth and development.   Your love and support can help put your child on the path to great success.  You can teach your child the art of survival and how to solve the problems he or she will inevitably face.   You may not be able to give your child money or connections, but you can give them the values to live by:  pride, respect, hard work, preparation, inspiration, […]