Home-grown: Strategies of Creating Black Wealth

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[Business Empowerment]

One of my favorite actors on the planet is the great Will Smith. Nearly every movie he puts out turns to gold, and his talent is second-to-none.

Last night, during the Lexington, KY stop of The Black Economic Empowerment Tour, I finally watched the film, "The pursuit of Happyness," that Smith made a few years ago.

The story was about Chris Gardner, a black man who struggled with homelessness and personal devastation as he fought his way into a company to become a stock broker.

While the tale was a reminder of the importance of hard work and determination, one thing really bothered me about this movie: The majority fo Christopher's "pursuit of happyness" depended upon how close he could get to white people.

Rather than being able to create his own job, Christopher often spent his days begging for an opportunity to work with white males at Dean Witter. He had to ask mostly white doctors to buy the x-ray machines he was selling. His entire life was torn apart because no one would give him a job that allowed him to feed his family, to the point that he was emasculated in front of his wife.

If this can happen to a brilliant man like Gardner, imagine what the average black person goes through? There has GOT to be a better way to survive.

As a black man, I honestly find it nothing less than depressing to conclude that my ability to provide for my family might be dependent upon whether or not white people choose to be nice to me. After all, the source of most black poverty in America is that for hundreds of years, others have stolen our wealth and economic opportunities.

My life became far more fulfilling when I learned how to create my own job instead of hoping that my oppressors suddenly decide that they want to be my friend. By learning the fundamentals of business ownership and development, we can escape the grip of white supremacy as the determinant of our personal "success."

With that being said, this is the reason I created The Black Wealth Bootcamp.

The Black Wealth Bootcamp is a five week, online financial course that I teach based on my 20-plus years of teaching students at the college level. The course covers the following:

1) How to fire your boss
2) How people make money on the Internet
3) The COST model of Cooperative Economics
4) How family structure plays a critical role in your ability to build wealth
5) Financial habits you need to let go of right now
And much, much more.

After completing the course and all assignments, you will be given a free copy of my book, "Black American Money," along with a certificate of completion and branded pen and portfolio to commemorate your participation in the program.

Rather than charging the $40,000 per year that students paid to take my courses at Syracuse University, you'll have access to me for just $299. Beyond this, we are offering a 72-hour special where you can enroll in the course for 30% off the regular cost of tuition.

This very special discount is offered for only three days and expires at midnight on Tuesday.

You can take advantage of this limited-time only offer by visiting this link.

The course comes with a 14-day, 100%, money-back guarantee if you are unsatisfied for any reason whatsoever. In addition to the class meetings with me every Saturday, you also have access to dozens of hours of content with a personal login, as well as access to a private Facebook group.

Don't delay the possibilities that exist in your future by missing out on opportunities to grow. Spend some time with us, and I guarantee that you will see the world in a whole different light. We are here with you during this journey.

You can take advantage of this limited-time offer here.

Until we meet again, please stay strong, be blessed and be educated.

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