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Community Groups using Vertical Integration Economics

IMG_0131Unity is being together or at one with someone or something. It’s the opposite of being divided. Is your community connected like this ?
COMMUNITY broken down really means:

C = Colaboration
O = Of
M = Members
M = Money
U = Uniting
N = Neighbors (Family, Friends, Associates)
I = Investing
T = Together
Y = Yield

Yield is ROI return on Investment. Learn more how to connect here

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Network economics refers to business economics that benefit from the network effect. It is also known as Netromix. This is when the value of a good or service increases when others buy the same good or service.

This is what needs to be done to your Group! First you have to establish a group economic  system which is a vertically integrated system where the members of your group support one another for sustainability. A system that is equal and fair for everyone. This new economic system will be the “Group Integration System” using modern technology. Integration is the act of combining or adding parts to make a unified whole. Most people’s problem is the lack of cash flow. We don’t have enough money flowing through are hands to live an abundant life that God promised us. We have 0ver 1.1 Trillion dollars in consumer buying power but only the (BBC) Barbershops, Beauty shops and Churches are getting any of that money and they are all disconnected so that money they collect has no power and leverage to grow.

Everybody says that we need more jobs and work. Our education system has failed us. The BBC is where we get most of our education today. You have to educate yourself by reading and researching what you were taught and see if it’s true. In school they only teach you enough to go out and get a job working for some else. They don’t teach you how money will work for you…..that’s something you have to learn on your own. Studies have shown that 2 out of 3 people are financially illiterate.  I know you have heard these phrases in the bible to “be fruitful and multiply”, “Giving and Receiving”,  “Sowing and Reaping”, and “Seed Time and Harvest”. Well here is a “Peer to Peer” Direct Funding System to accomplish that.

Let’s build an Alternative Economic System based on the Multiplication of Five

I have a PHD like most folks and that is a public high school diploma. I find that most people with a PHD are also a MIA. They are missing in action because they lack the Motivation to seek the Information to tie their Association with people together. Dr. Claud Anderson is an authority on community economic development and he says that our money is suppose to touch 8-12 other black hands before it leaves our community.

In order to do this we have to create more businesses. First let’s get an understanding by definition what a job and work is: A Job is the work that a person does regularly in order to earn money : a duty, task, or function that someone or something has : something that requires very great effort Work is a job or activity that you do regularly especially in order to earn Money : the place where you do your job (You can make money wherever you’re at doesn’t have to be in a particular place) Do you have a Smartphone? They call it a Smartphone because it is a lot smarter than you. The Smartphone is your work and job that you never knew you had. Your Smartphone will follow instructions if you tell it what to do. It will make money for you if you tell it what to do.

THE SMARTPHONE IS THE” NEW BLACK WALL ST” without all the brick and mortar. Now, let us show you how to hook it up to go to work for you. The registration fee is a one-time out of pocket $20 and you must refer five others who wants TO EARN AN EXTRA $8600 WITHIN THE NEXT 90 DAYS WITH A ONE-TIME OUT OF POCKET COST OF JUST $20…….AND IT TOOK VERY LITTLE EFFORT ON YOUR PART…WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH THE MONEY? (Bring five and teach your five how to how to do the same). That’s how our leverage and duplication system works.

For your $20 you’re going to receive an International website that you can use that is free to you with no hosting fees. The back office is a leveraging and duplication system that will keep track of the money you’ll be receiving from others. Our “New Black Wall St” is a international group of like minded people, businesses, organizations, and churches; Working together using the secrets that banks don’t want you to know…which is “How to create income for ourselves, using leverage and duplication”, along with Modern technology and the Smartphone. Your Smartphone contacts are your network which can determine your Net worth. We show you how to connect your network. Our Smartphone is money in our hand that needs to be connected. Just like each of us pays a Smartphone carrier each month and none of that money comes back to us. Our Leveraging and Duplication system will pay each of us just like we pay the Smartphone companies.

Being connected our Smartphone can becomes our office in the palm of our hands with no selling of anything to create income DAILY. You’re going to need a PayPal account and an E-Wallet which is free because that is where all your money is going to go into your own account  This is the EASIEST program and system that you will ever encounter on the Internet today that will do exactly just that for YOU! The BEST part is, ITS SO INCREDIBLY EASY to do! Let us show you how to move money starting today Are You Ready?

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Church Giving Down:Crowdfunding Can Help?

If giving has slowed down, then what options do churches have to raise funds for other key projects; like missions, youth camp, etc? • Car Washes • Bake Sales • Dinners • Auctions • Garage Sales • Coupon books Sure, these are the most commonly used and have been used for years with some degree of success. It’s not to say that these can’t be good options but the reality is that they do not usually generate enough funds to put much of a dent in what’s needed putting churches reliant on big donors.

How about leveraging crowdfunding? With the pace that technology/media is ever changing churches really have two choices; adapt or “try” and ignore it. Those who embrace these new online mediums can see great blessings but those who choose to ignore them unfortunately can limit their ministry. After all, technology just like anything else is merely a tool that if used properly can be an effective instrument for the Lord. Okay you got my attention, but what is crowdfunding you might ask?

Crowdfunding can be defined as a group of people with similar values coming together to support projects in exchange for rewards. Therefore funding a project with the help of a crowd of smaller donations vs. one or two from large donors. Crowdfunding is fundraising that gives back to the crowd who supported you. Is this a conflict for churches? It doesn’t have to be; after all our Heavenly father rewards us as well. God wired us in such away that incentives motivate us to take action. Crowdfunding for churches therefore although a new concept can be highly effective. It can serve as an alternative church fundraising tool for congregations of any size; all it requires is faith and some creativity.

Fortunately, there are platforms like LADA Crowdfunding who cater to Christian crowdfunding projects. Therefore, giving ministry staff some peace of mine knowing that they are using a tool that understands their mission and shares their core beliefs. So why are churches maybe more reluctant and/or hesitant than others to embrace these new media/technology trends and what can providers do to help?

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The Roots Of The Problem In The Black American Community

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The Lack of capital formation in Black America, In the form of:
1. Accumulated Saving
2. Land and Financial Asset Ownership
3. Business Development

The focus of Civil Rights Movement Put Emphasis On:
1. Justice, Jobs and Wages
2. Government Spending
3. Commercial Bank Debt
Ignored the role that Capital formation and Equity Finance could and should have been playing.

Slavery Stripped Black Americans of informal saving traditions that you can find in virtually every other ethnic immigrant group in this country:
1. ‘Partner’ Jamaican culture
2. ‘Gye’ Koreans
3. ‘Committee’ Indians
4. ‘Hui’ Chinese

The Civil Rights Movement did not attend to the matter of Cultural finance

The civil rights movement did not recognize That capital was forming in commercial banking Institutions where it was often locked away from blacks by discriminatory policies.

The movement took this issue on via An assault on redlining But in focusing on debt rather than equity.
It missed a fundamental fact of capitalism – banks say no to ideas and yes to collateral.

Banks are risk- adverse And don’t make loans on the bases of talent but rather on what that talent owns.

With the least amount of capital and collateral, even with the lever of
anti-discrimination laws, The pursuit of debt finance by black American has always produced unsustainable progress.

The Lack of money Effect on The Community
Parenting, Crime, Economics

With the black unemployment rate at the same related level of the 1950s – double that of Whites, Even the effectiveness of a wage and jobs approach to equality must come into question

We must take responsibility for ourselves as a people!

The American black family today: 72% of all black babies are born out of wedlock.
Think about that: it’s a anomaly for black children to to be born to parents who are married.
This is where the overwhelming crime and economics malaise begins, among the 13% of the US population that is Black.

Worst still, there is a direct correlation between kids born out of wedlock and higher rates of crime.

According to a 2010 study in the Journal of Law and Economics, Kids grow into adults who turned to crime precisely because of a lack of educational opportunities, parenting, And Lack of Capital. This is exactly the the pathology being born out in the black race.
Over 50% of homicide victims are black according to a 2014 study conducted by the violence policy center. Which characterize the rate as Epidemic.

According to Justice Department data from 1980 – 2008 Blacks were six times more likely than whites to be homicide victims and seven times more likely than whites to commit homicide. More than half of all federal prisoners are black.

Community Economic Development
It’s not every everyone else’s problem to ensure that black kids go to school stay out of trouble, finish high school and to stop the destruction of the black American family.

We all have a job to do for ourselves, family and community and we can do it together with Power Economics, Leverage and Duplication To create wealth.

We must be the agents of our own faith.
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The LADA Group Practicing Group Economics in the African-American Community

One of the greatest strengths of any community is its ability to identify, support, and reward the talents and skills of its members. When I was a child, I remember observing my mother go out of her way to hire African-American professionals in the community. I now realize that she understood then, and understands today the importance of practicing group economics. That is, creating and exchanging resources (e.g., currency, talents, gifts, and skills) that a group deems valuable among another. Sadly, today group economics is not being practiced as nearly as often as it could be practiced among African-Americans especially. In fact, in no time than the present have we seen so much blatant apathetic and disconnected people in the African-American community than we do today. Some fault the concept of “hyper individualism”, an overly self-absorbed concern for oneself. Others blame the educated Black community for not giving back after they’ve “made it” and succeeded in their prospective careers.  And still others feel that we’re living in a “Post-Racial Era”, and we should all demand to be recognized as individuals rather than side with any one particular race. In any case, this article is concerned about the African-American community and how they are disproportionately represented in the most problematic spheres of American society, how this relates to their lack of economic empowerment, and practical that can be done about it. In this article I provide practical solutions to set African Americans on the road to practicing group economics.

Network economics refers to business economics that benefit from the network effect. It is also known as Netromix. This is when the value of a good or service increases when others buy the same good or service.

Unity is being together or at one with someone or something. It’s the opposite of being divided. Is your community connected like this ?
COMMUNITY broken down really means:

C = Colaboration
O = Of
M = Members
M = Money
U = Uniting
N = Neighbors (Family, Friends, Associates)
I = Investing
T = Together
Y = Yield

Yield is ROI return on Investment. Learn more how to connect here

Group Economics in Practice
Use Online Resources- With the internet now so readily available, there’s really no excuse for why someone isn’t networking. Even in the most remote areas of a community, you can find an African-American professional with only a click of a button. LinkedIn.com for example puts you in direct contact with local and international professionals in every field.

Commitment vs. Convenience- A willingness to support each other is also a matter of not gravitating toward convenience. Yes, the Barnes & Noble might be just down the street, but what about supporting that local Black-owned book store that might be a few miles away? You could be helping to put the owner’s children through college with the money you spend in the bookstore.

Stop Waiting for Someone Else to Do It- Not enough African-Americans are investing in themselves. How long will they complain about there not being enough Black businesses? Thousands of dollars are invested in getting degrees, why don’t enough educated African-Americans feel strongly enough about their ability to create jobs for themselves? To practice group economics, African-Americans must not only support Black businesses, they must also establish businesses and employ other African Americans.

Teach Your Children about the Differences between Riches and Wealth- Children attend school to learn about the basics of everything from reading, writing, and mathematics, but they graduate with very little, if any, knowledge about the importance and the value of money. And few know what it takes to earn money and maintain a decent standard of living. Take children to see the most affluent communities and point out all of the things the members of those communities are doing to keep their communities thriving (e.g., educating themselves, pursuing professional careers, and then investing their income back into the communities from which they came). Then, take children to see the most poverty stricken communities. Point out the things that might be negatively impacting those communities (e.g., poor educational systems, limited job opportunities, people moving away from communities). Finally, ask children which way would they prefer to live. Children must understand that riches are temporary and wealth and assets can be handed down from generation to generation.

Group economics and unity are priceless to every community, but no community needs to put into practice group economics like the African-American community. Let’s all think of other ways that we can support one another. Even if it’s just to encourage one another for whatever talents and skills we might have. Bakers, cooks, authors, seamstresses, artists, etc. get with the organizers in your community who are great at managing people to form businesses. Nothing beats a try, and we have nothing to lose and so much more to gain.

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