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LADA Group Shares Know Your Worth: If We Don’t Know, We Can’t Grow Our Community

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The LADA Group shares As I meet and speak with community members from all over the country, I am guaranteed to hear them express concern about the death of sustainable black owned businesses.
Currently, black owned businesses are vastly underrepresented, accounting for less than 7% of all small owned businesses, even though we account for 13% of the population. African Americans certainly have an entrepreneurial spirit as we are more likely to start a business relative to other racial groups. But, limited access to resources (e.g., capital, clientele, etc.), increase our businesses’ likelihood to close its doors. Research suggests that communities’ generational economic empowerment is linked to entrepreneurial success.
Therefore, if we are serious about improving our communities, improving our schools, providing jobs (black businesses are the 2nd highest employer of African Americans after the government), we must advance and strengthen black owned businesses.Over the weekend, The Nielsen Company released “The State of the African American Consumer”, a groundbreaking report projecting African Americans buying power at 1.1 Trillion dollars annually by 2015. To illustrate how massive this figure is, if African Americans’ purchasing power equated to a country’s GDP, we would be the 16th largest country in the world! What does this mean? Black consumers have more economic power than we may realize.
It is important to note that the 1.1 Trillion figure may not necessarily be all cash on hand, as we may be using credit cards and loans to make certain purchases. Also, spending power increases and/or decreases with one’s income. However, as a collective, there is enormous potential for black consumers to leverage our economic power by way of supporting black owned businesses to foster community economic development.The NAACP and other organizations are constantly advocating for policies to create more opportunities for black owned businesses (e.g., increasing access to capital) to succeed. But, while these organizations are affecting change at an institutional level, I want to highlight how we, as individuals, can foster an environment where more black businesses can thrive.
First, we must stop the massive “leakage” of our money out of our communities. Currently, a dollar circulates in Asian communities for a month, in Jewish communities approximately 20 days and white communities 17 days. How long does a dollar circulate in the black community? 6 hours!!! African American buying power is at 1.1 Trillion; and yet only 2 cents of every dollar an African American spends in this country goes to black owned businesses.Maggie Anderson, Co-Founder of the Empowerment Project, decided to address this dilemma by committing to “buying black” along with her husband (and two children) for an entire year. In her book titled, “Our Black Year”, Anderson recounts her experiences patronizing black owned businesses while highlighting the challenges many black businesses face (black businesses lag behind all other businesses in every measure of success). Interestingly, throughout her journey, Anderson fielded accusations of racism for her “buying black’ project. But, what must be understood, and Anderson reiterates repeatedly in her book, is Black economic empowerment is healthy for everyone.
Considering the crux of impoverished communities’ problems are often economics, reinvesting in black businesses is one of the best ways to address socioeconomic disparities.You may be thinking “what if there are no black owned businesses near me? What if the prices are too high? And/or what if their services aren’t on par?” These are all challenges Anderson encounters on her yearlong journey. But what she realized, and many of us must realize, is that this effort requires sacrifice and persistence – just like generations before us sacrificed and persisted to provide us with opportunities (which many of them did not live to see). If we want to remedy problems in our community, many of which are systemic and multi-generational, then we must remain steadfast.
Furthermore, with the internet we now have more options, such as the website for the Empowerment Experiment, to overcome some of these barriers.It may be unrealistic to expect the African American consumer to exclusively patronize black owned businesses for various reasons including budgetary constraints, accessibility, or product availability. But in those instances where you do have options (e.g., restaurants, clothing, printing services, natural hair products, etc.), I challenge you to answer our call to action to try to be a conscious consumer. Over the next week, the NAACP Economic Department’s social media campaign, #knowyourworth, will highlight statistics and resources to support your consumption efforts. We must lead the way in investing in our own businesses, and we can by starting with our own 1.1 Trillion dollars. Because if we don’t support black owned businesses, it becomes that much harder to demand anyone else to.
So start with the contacts in your cellphone. That is your community and connect that community together and that will help build the Black Community as a hold if we just use cooperative economics that The LADA Group www.ladawealthbuilding.com  has put together
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Are You A Hired Servant? (Got a Job or Self-Employed)

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A modern day Slave…hired servant Web definitions
A servant who received wages for his or her labor; had power to select his or her own master and specify the amount of time to serve, in contrast to *convict servants, *indentured servants, and *redemptioners who lacked these abilities; hired servants were not necessarily immigrants, though many * …
When you get paid in the form of a Pay Check or Cash Money (Federal Reserve Notes)…That’s not money it’s an IOU. If you’re employer told you that they had no money and was going to pay you in IOU’s would you keep going to work?

An employee is an individual who was hired by an employer to do a specific job. The employee is hired by the employer after an application and interview process results in his or her selection as an employee.

The terms of an individual’s employment are specified by an offer letter, an employment contract, or verbally. In workplaces represented by a union, the collective bargaining agreement covers most aspects of an employee’s relationship with the workplace.
An employee works part-time, full time or is temporary.

An employee barters his or her skills, knowledge, experience, and contribution in exchange for compensation from an employer. An employee is either exempt from overtime or not exempt from overtime; the rules about paying an employee are governed by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Each employee has a specific job to accomplish that is often defined by a job description. In responsible organizations, a performance development planning process defines the work of the employee and the organization’s expectation’s for the employee’s performance.

An employee works within a functional area or department such as marketing or Human Resources. An employee has a boss, the person he or she reports to and takes direction from, usually a manager or supervisor. The employee has a work station or office in which he or she accomplishes the job. The employer supplies the employee with the tools and equipment necessary to perform work such as a computer, telephone, and supplies.
In forward thinking organizations, the employee receives frequent performance feedback from the employer, rewards and recognition, and a reasonable benefits package. Although most employment relationships are at-will, the employee who performs the job successfully is likely, although not guaranteed, to keep the job.

What is Employment?
Employment is an agreement between an employer and an employee that the employee will provide certain services on the job, and in the employer’s designated workplace, to facilitate the accomplishment of the employer organization’s goals and mission, in return for compensation. The agreement can be verbal, implied, or an official employment contract.

In employment, the employer determines the where, when, how, why, and what of the work that is performed by the employee. The degree of input, autonomy and self-directedness that an employee experiences on the job is a by-product of an employer’s philosophy of management and employment.

In the United States, much of an employment relationship between an employer and employee is governed by the needs, profitability, and management philosophy of an employer as well as the availability of employees. Increasingly, however, Federal and state laws are enacted which direct the employment relationship and decrease the autonomy of employers.

Employment ends at the prerogative of the employer or the employee.

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The LADA Group…3 Things Wall St Not Telling?


1.   GLOBAL ECONOMIES ARE OVER-EXTENDED
The leading economies of the world are in hyper inflation RIGHT NOW.
So what is Occupied Wall Street not telling you?
Governments cannot just print money to stimulate the economy, as banks can only print 10 times the value in cash of the gold in the reserves.
Today they have already gone way beyond that 10 times limit and have no more margin left to risk, as it would cause a paper money melt-down.

2.    THE DOMINO EFFECT OF THE WORLD’S ECONOMIES
All the worlds economies are linked, Occupied Wall Street knows Europe in turmoil and panic, they know it’s just a matter of time, as it only takes just one currency to go pop and the domino effect follows.
Germany, Greece, the United States, Portugal and Ireland are bankrupt or on a knife edge right now.
Want to bet who goes under first? Occupied Wall Street are not speculating on that future, as there is no point in betting which one goes first, it really doesn’t matter, when one goes under, we all go under.

3.    THE BANKS CONSIDER YOUR PAPER MONEY TO BE WORTHLESS
How will you survive when the banks are throwing worthless paper out of their doors to protect their staff from riots?
How long can Occupied Wall Street hush it all up?
Remember Germany not so long ago, when it took a wheel barrow load of money to buy ONE LOAF of bread?
The Stock Market is LOSING approximately 20 BILLION A DAY.
How long have you got?

Play Safe..
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Here’s one thing Occupied Wall Street should be telling you..
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LADA Group Reports on…American Standard of Living in Decline

We may have more vcrs, tvs, ipods, and computers but our standard of living is in the toilet. A look at some common stats will make that clear. The first step to fixing the problem is recognizing that we have one.

I don’t care what anyone says but it’s become totally clear to me that the economic path we have chosen is not working. Our standard of living is in decline. Sure, we may have more cars, more tvs, more iPods, but we’re working harder and harder to get them and borrowing more and more to afford them. As a country, I feel that we are poorer today than we were 8 years ago, and perhaps even than we were thirty years ago.

I believe at the root of the problem is one thing: the government’s calculation of inflation.

According to the government, inflation has remained tame over the last 8 years, rising less than 3-4% per year. Yet, we all know this number does not reflect reality. Here are some interesting stats:

The price of housing has more than doubled since 1997 in most parts of the country, resulting in mortgage payments that have taken a recent percent of a buyer’s salary. This is true even with record low interest rates factored in.
Health costs have been skyrocketing. In 2007, the average rise in health-care premiums is expected to be 12%. The average worker’s salary will go up less than 3%.
The price of energy is at record highs and shows no sign of coming down.
The price of food is increasing. Check how much you pay for a gallon of milk. I bet it’s almost double what you paid three or four years ago. I will concede that the price of junk food and McDonald’s has stayed the same or dropped.
Many forms of entertainment have increased in price. Been to a concert or sports game lately? The prices are ridiculous.
Trips and vacations in foreign countries now cost almost twice what they did just three or four years ago. The falling dollar has made us poor in the international community.
College educations are increasing at three to four times the rate of inflation. An education at a four year private school costs between $40-50,000 per year.

Why does the government fudge the inflation rate number? It does that to keep the cost of entitlement programs down. If the government says that inflation is only 2% then it only has to increase social security payments by 2%. This change was originally made to reduce entitlements without having to actually cut them and taking the political heat. After all, if inflation is really rising at 5% and you only raise social security by 2%, you’ve effectively cut the benfit by 3%.

About the only thing that hasn’t increased in price are cheap lead-painted toys, cloths, and consumer electronics imported from China.

So, has our standard of living increased or decreased?

You tell me. If you like buying cars, eating at McDonald’s, living in a household where two parents have to work to pay the mortgage, sitting in front of 3 tvs while you listen to MP3s on your IPod, I guess the argument could be made that thing have gotten better.

But if you are looking to eat healthy good, have time to exercise and spend time with your kids, want to take a trip, want to send your kids to college, want to see a concert, want to buy cloths from a place other than Target, then I’d say things have gotten worse.

So, I still wonder, are we living better now than we did 50 years ago?

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What Is Co-operative Economics? The LADA Group

The Word Co-operative Simply Means To Co-operate Or Come Together And Pool Your Resourses To Service Your Own Consumer Needs.

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The LADA Group Has A Valid Alternative Economic System That Ensures The Recycling Of Consumer Dollars To The Community For Common Unity—A  Progressive Community That Has A Vested Interest In Sustainable And Obtainable  Products And Services For Its People Or Members Of The Community.

Everything Is Member Owned And Member Operated And/Or Community Owned And Community Operated.

Co-operatives Are Collaborative Systems Of  Economics Designed To Empower Each Of The Members Within The Confines Of Its  Cohesive Framework. A Co-operative Exist Not Only To Serve Its Members, But Also To Provide Service To The Community At Large. What Makes Coo-ps Or Co-operatives

Unique Is That The Members Are Also The Owners Of The Businesses Or Enterprises That Are Operating Within The Confines Of Its Communal Structure. Co-operative Economics Is An Autonomous Association Of Persons Working Together For The Mutual Benefit Of All Members Individually And Collectively.

Why Join A Co-op?
There Are So Many Reasons To Join A Co-operative In Times Like These.
During The  1929 Great Depression Of The Failed And Collapsed Economy, The Indigenous Peoples Of Co-operatives Structures Were  Amongst The Elite Few That Were Unaffected By The Collapse Of The Capitalistic  System Because They Were On This Alternative System Of Co-operative Economics.    However, People Whom Were Still Codependent Upon The Government And All Of Its Bankrupt Corporation Were Out Of Work For Several Years And Were Given Less Than Pennies On A Dollar For Their Life Savings.

Nine  Reasons To Join The LADA Group Coop:

 1.      The Capitalist System Has Failed  And Is On The Verge Of Collapse.

2.     Ours  Is A Self-Sustaining System, Which Allows You Access To Great Products And Services, While Profiting From Your Co-op Share.

3.      You Can Share Financial Success Of The Organizations And Enterprises in Our Team Build System.

4.      You Can Be A Part Of A Value And  Principles Based Organization That Puts People Above Personal Gain And Capitalism.

5.      You Can Help Change The Way Business Is Conducted In Your Local Community And Around The World.

6.      You Can Be A Part Of Your Own  Community Owned And Community Operated Structure To Contribute To Your Own Local  Thriving Community. (Connecting Your Contact List in your phone)

7.       You Can Substantiate A Promising Financial Future For Yourself And “You’re” Children.

8.      You Can Have Access To Much More Sustainable Technology And Better Education For You And Your Children.

9.       You Can Be A Part Of A Long Lived  Tradition Of Co-operatives Who Are The World Leaders In Stronger And Healthier Communities.

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Sick and Tired of Being Broke? LADA is the Answer…..

I’m about to reveal something super powerful to you. It will open up a whole new world for and it will probably change your life (for the better). I have discovered a very big secret when I was just 19 years old. I was just a kid when I discovered the secret to financial freedom.

I know…not many people are so lucky, but now you have the opportunity to learn my exact secrets for making more money than you can imagine.

Before I get into the what it is, I need to warm you up a bit. How sick and tired are you about your current financial status? How sick and tired are you of not having enough money to buy luxury items you desire? How sick and tired are you?

Pretty much fed up right? I was in the same position you know. Yeah, I was in the same exact position as you.
– Completely broke.
– No parents to run to.
– Horrible Job.
– A future to take care of.

You see, I had some family problems (early death of  a father) that led me to basically take care of myself. At the age of 19 you don’t really know what to make of a responsibility like that. I mean…it was my life… the biggest responsibility of all.

I had to work to save money for college. I never had enough money for anything else, not even a social life! How horrible is that? I’m sure you can relate to the financial situation in some sort of way right?

Well…I’m here to tell you that you can finally stop worrying. I’m going to share with you my secret to success.

So what is this secret?
It all came to me in the post one day. I remember taking the mail out of the mail box one Tuesday. Never in my wildest dreams did I think that FOUR WORDS were going to change my ENTIRE LIFE.

I opened the mail and I got a direct sales letter. The headline read, “Start An Online Business”.

The lights went on. The fireworks went off. The shovel hit the dirt.

Those 4 little words paved my entire life ahead of me. A life full of happiness and money.

I realized that I DON’T need a fancy degree or even a lot of money to start my own online business. I realized that I can make REAL money in a virtual world!

So my question goes to you again. Are you sick and tired of not having ENOUGH money?

Well then start an online business! I cannot emphasize this more. Start your very own digital online business NOW. You don’t even need a product in order to start an online business. It’s known as Network marketing and with the right training, you can seriously cash in with that method.

TAKE ACTION NOW!

The very first thing you need to do is WANT to succeed. You need to want it really bad.

Here are some benefits of making money on the internet:

1. You are your own boss (beat that!)
2. You’ll have more time for yourself
3. You’ll have more time for your friends and/or family!
4. You’ll have LOADS of money to burn!
5. Live the life of your dreams.

Ok so how do you successfully start an online business?

God truly wants you to be a blessing to other people during these bad economic times. God wants us to be helpers to One Another By sharing with them Our Money Feeder, a Cash Leveraging, Cash Flow System that you can “Pay it Forward” to bless others.

You can have everything in Life you want If you will help enough people get what that want. Zig Zigler

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Are You Working For FREE?

COOPERATIVE ECONOMICSLada Group Denzel Pic ONE DOLLAR SILVER CERTIFICATE VS ONE DOLLAR FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE. i AGREED TO WORK FOR MONEY DIDN’T YOU?

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lada group money silver dollarsDeuteronomy 14:25 New International Version
then exchange your tithe for silver, and take the silver with you and go to the place the LORD your God will choose. Now What Are You Going to Do? God Said…..
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