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Recycling Dollars creates Momentum Member to Member

Recycling Dollars Momentum Member to Member

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.

recycling kingdom dollarsConcerned about holding your church together while providing for the needs of the members of your church? Life a little hectic for you right now yet you are caught in the grip of financial stress? Too busy to take a breath? Yet you are searching for a way to step out of the cycle you have found you and your congregation in these days? If so Evangelist Diana Jackson Financial Ministry offers an escape for you and can be found at: http://www.dianaministry.org

Recycling dollars between members of the church would allow them to compound, duplicate, and leverage their money together in a way for them to create an extraordinary Residual Income for themselves.  You can take $25 and turn it into $12,750 a day, a week or a month residual income just by recycling money between members. With increased income comes increased Tithes and Offerings

What can Momentum do for your church?
Your members may seem to have plenty, but the majority of them are probably struggling to make it. With all of their bills—credit cards, student loans, car payments—they don’t know how they can afford to give.

Sadly, 70% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. The reality is that church and charity giving isn’t always a part of their budget. The result? Churches with limited resources for ministry progress, outreach and missions.

Recycling Dollars Momentum is designed to unleash your generous givers by teaching your church how to handle money God’s way. Being helpers to one another.

What are the benefits of the Recycling Dollars Momentum journey?
Increase giving and promote stewardship.
Develop a long-term plan for your church—without debt.
Create church-wide energy and motivation to get right financially.
Help repair marriages that are strained by financial problems.
Make church financial decisions easier.
Reduce your counseling load.
Develop and grow new leaders.
Learn how to revive and renew the church.
Receive ongoing encouragement, support, and helpful advice from the Recycling Dollars Momentum team.
Deuteronomy 8:18 But remember the LORD your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth, and so confirms his covenant, which he swore to your
ancestors, as it is today.

Matthew 18:19-20   “Again, truly I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. 20 For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”

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The Momentum Theorem
Focused Intensity, Over Time, Multiplied by God’s Word, Equals Unstoppable Momentum (Money)

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Tired Of Being Broke Connect withThe LADA Group

Tired of Being Broke?

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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.

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 Click on the ULTIMATE CYCLER?


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 Cash Leveraging, Cash Flow System that you can bless others by sharing
You can have everything in Life you want If you will help enough people get what that want. Zig Zigler

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Entrepreneur vs. Employee The Choice is Yours…LADA

Are you considering being an entrepreneur? Are you considering starting a career? If so, it is good to know the pros and cons of each. The table below will help you learn the difference in roles and mindset between an entrepreneur and an employee.

Entrepreneurs                                                                   Employees
Value wealth over job security                           Value job security over wealth
Can go months or years without payment              Receive consistent paycheck
Long hours, especially during start-up                       Regular, consistent hours
Potential for very large payoff                           Constant but relatively low payment
Build their own assets                                 Work to build someone else’s asset
Have a higer tolerance for risk                                           Do not like risk
Own the company.                       Can only be fired by Board of Directors.                                                                                                         Could be fired at any time
Sit behind the desk when interviewing  Sit in front of the desk when interviewing
Are willing to take calculated and educated risks          Adverse to risk
Build systems for benefit of themselves   Build systems for benefit of employers
Pay taxes only on NET income                              Pay taxes on total income
Build assets and then use them to purchase other assets

Do not build assets.
Build passive and portfolio income, taxed lowest

Build active income, taxed the highest
Invests from the inside                                             Invests from the outside
Can start other similar companies    Restricted by non-disclosure and non-compete agreements
Adapt quickly to change    Often resist change

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We Can End Poverty With LADA Group Economics

With $1 trillion in spending power, Black America doesn’t have to wallow in despair, want and disaster say advocates for economic independence.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Blacks live 27 percent below the poverty line, compared to Whites at 10 percent, Hispanics at 26 percent, and Asians at 12 percent. poverty_file2b[1]
Their collective poverty ranking comes despite massive buying power, which advocates insist could be solved with unity and spending discipline.

We’re not poor. We’re just broke. Our money goes in one direction—away from us. We’re some of America’s most conspicuous consumers and there’s tremendous economic leakage in our community, and, we’re an economically illiterate people,” stated George Fraser, CEO of FraserNet Inc., which works to increase opportunities, wealth and jobs for Blacks.

The lack of money recycling in the Black community further evidences the problem.  About five percent of the Black dollar returns to Blacks in seven days, compared to seven months in the Jewish community, according to Mr. Fraser.

If Black America were a nation, it would be the 16th richest in the entire world, he argued. But, Blacks have taken the art of consumption to a whole new level, so while they account for nearly a trillion dollars, principally, it does not recycle, he said.
usa_poverty_02-19-2013[1]“We remain poor because … Slavery taught us to let someone else reap the value of our labor and production and today, we are still more comfortable with someone else doing it. Many of us just want to work for someone else.” —Toure Muhammad, Author/Publisher

According to “The State of the African American Consumer,” a report on Black spending by the National Newspaper Publishers Association and Nielsen, an information and measurement company, Black households spend more on basic food ingredients and beverages, as well as on personal and beauty care. “It’s not how much money you earn, it’s how much money you keep,” Mr. Fraser said.

For the past 25 years, his organization has focused on helping Blacks to become the number one employer of Blacks, recycle dollars and opportunities, and to help build intergenerational wealth. Recently, he helped to create the M.O.S.E.S. Movement.

M.O.S.E.S. stands for Making Ourselves Economically Successful and its goal is to help one million black people to become debt free, excluding mortgage, in the next five years. Members of the movement commit to save at least $50 a month.

Mr. Fraser believes solutions to poverty and want include becoming literate around wealth creation, economic development, and closing the income and wealth gap.

“Do we have the expertise? Yes! Absolutely! There are brothers and sisters all over America that have the economic literacy and expertise to teach us … But we have to marshall the forces, to get our people focused to begin the process of first getting back to the kitchen table then changing the kitchen table conversation so that it is focused on the inter generational transfer of wealth,” Mr. Fraser added.

Today’s Blacks have somehow lost the economic operational unity they had during the Black Nationalist and Civil Rights Movements of the 60s and 70s, said Mark Allen, Chairman of National Black Wall Street Chicago.

Then, it made no difference whether they were talking about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Operation Bread Basket or the Honorable Elijah Muhammad’s Economic Program, he noted. Whether a nationalist or from the Civil Rights Movement the common agenda which united both was they talked about how poor people could use their own spending dollars to create and sustain their own Black businesses and jobs in their own communities, he noted.

“Somehow, during the 80s, we thought we kind of made it and we really lost that focus,” Mr. Allen said, reflecting on the era the Honorable Elijah Muhammad offered his Economic Blueprint to Black America and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. presented Operation Bread Basket.

“The Black man in America faces a serious economic problem today and the White race’s Christianity cannot solve it. You, the so-called American Negro, with the help of Allah can solve your own problem,” The Honorable Elijah Muhammad declared in his 1965 book, “Message to the Black Man in America.”

The truth must be recognized, he continued, that the Black man, himself, has assisted greatly in creating this serious problem of unemployment, insecurity and lack.

“Before the Black man can begin to gain economic security, he must be awakened from the dead and gain knowledge, understanding and wisdom which will enable him to follow my teachings. Islam and only Islam will point the way out of the entanglement of ‘want in the midst of plenty’ for the followers of Islam, the true religion of the Black nation,” The Honorable Elijah Muhammad wrote.

Recognize the necessity for unity and group operation; pool resources physically as well as financially; stop wanton criticisms of everything that is Black-owned and Black-operated; keep in mind jealousy destroys from within, he continued. “Observe the operations of the White man. He is successful. He makes no excuses for his failures. He works hard in a collective manner. You do the same,” he went on.

Blacks, like America must sacrifice to come out of poverty and want, said Min. Farrakhan, during his address on the 17th Anniversary of the Million Man March on October 14, 2012. Min. Farrakhan has urged Blacks to unite and pool their resources to survive.

“What are you, Black America, willing to sacrifice? We have to make some sacrifices, too. If you might say: “I already don’t have nothin’!”—wrong! So wrong! Because according to economists, last year $1.1 trillion came through the hands of Black America. But what did we spend our money on? Where did our money go? How foolishly did we use our resources,” Min. Farrakhan asked.

For Mr. Allen, efforts to help Blacks better manage money include helping to create Black business districts across the country.

“It doesn’t make a difference whether you’re Christian, Muslim, Civil Rights, Nationalist, the answer to almost all our problems right now rely in our economic conditions … Nobody will save us for us but us,” Mr. Allen stated.

He feels while there’s room to challenge the government for resources paid in tax dollars, Blacks must not be afraid to do for self, and they must regain a sense cultural consciousness, he said.

“Right now, the Minister (Minister Louis Farrakhan) has just invested a few million dollars in reestablishing The Salaam on 79th. Beautiful restaurant and all that, but you’ve still got Black people, who live right on the next block, who still either got a phobia or mental breakdown in terms of what is it about this food that is good, that you’ll walk right past it to whatever other restaurant,” Mr. Allen lamented.

“They’ve got fish in here. They’ve got chicken nuggets in here! They’ve got salads in here! So even today, you’ve got this cultural breakdown but what makes you think the food in The Salaam is not just as good as these other restaurants,” he continued.

“You can’t live in a city that has Minister Louis Farrakhan, Rev. Jesse Jackson, home of the president and home of a 40 percent Black city, and you mean to tell me that with all this power, we can’t redirect the economics … It’s economically violent to have a trillion dollars coming out of your hands every day and yet the number one employer of our young people can be the gangs, drugs … And other elements of the street economy. That makes no sense,” Mr. Allen argued.

Even though Blacks have a combined spending pattern of more than a trillion dollars, the money is not equally distributed, noted Dr. Julianne Malveaux, author, economist and commentator.

Just one to 1.5 percent of Blacks earned more than $200,000 a year while other populations earned at least eight to 10 percent, she said.

“The economic downturn has really pointed to a lot of weaknesses that’s structural. It’s not just about the economy turning down but it’s also about the structure of employment. So African American people who are not educated basically are getting the short end of the stick,” Dr. Malveaux told The Final Call.

While job creation and starting businesses are important, it’s equally important that Blacks study future trends and look at vocational and college education to participate in the economy, she said.
According to Alan Jenkins, executive director of the Opportunity Agenda, Americans understand the challenges of poverty better now, than they have in the recent past due to the economic recession’s impact on all racial and ethnic backgrounds.

What’s less understood are the obstacles Blacks and other communities of color face to equal opportunities, he continued.

“There is a lack of understanding that despite the progress we’ve made as a nation, discrimination still exists and there are significant barriers to equal opportunity in terms of quality education, housing, employment and in our criminal justice system,” Mr. Jenkins said.

On one level Americans are experiencing this crisis together but on another, in terms of geographical differences, some places are investing more in greater and equal opportunity, Mr. Jenkins continued. But, particularly in the south, there are fewer economic security protections and fewer civil rights protections, he added.

Toure Muhammad, publisher of the Bean Soup Times, views Black poverty, work ethic and creativity in the historical context of slavery.

“We remain poor because … Slavery taught us to let someone else reap the value of our labor and production and today, we are still more comfortable with someone else doing it. Many of us just want to work for someone else,” Mr. Muhammad said.

While taught early on how to work for or manage a business started by someone else, most Blacks don’t know what it takes to start businesses that will jump start an economy, he elaborated.

“We have had several examples, the two most profound where Marcus Garvey and the most Honorable Elijah Muhammad started multiple businesses that complimented one another based on producing and selling. Even today, we have many businesses but many compete with one another and are not complimentary,” Mr. Muhammad continued.

Count the many Black beauty and barber salons versus the void of Black owned barber and beauty chair designers or comb and brush manufacturers, he said. “Garvey and Muhammad showed what we can do with unity, work and vision. Both were a sign of what can be done,” he argued.

He encouraged people to listen to Min. Farrakhan’s impending  Saviours’ Day 2013 address (themed “Muhammad’s Economic Blueprint: Ending Poverty and Want”). “It really boils down to us learning who we are, producing products and services and then marketing them more effectively than the competition. We can do it. We must do it,” Mr. Muhammad added.

Advocates agree, Blacks can’t continue to let someone else control and dictate their economy. If so, poverty will increase and they will cease to exist, they say.

“But, how can Black dollars recycle if Blacks don’t own anything,” noted Dr. Rosie Milligan, a Los Angeles-based estate planner, author, and speaker. Giving back to the “Blackstream economy” is difficult because Blacks don’t grow or manufacture anything for themselves, she said.

“If you don’t own the bus company, you don’t own the super market, you don’t own the few banks, and we spend a lot of our money particularly on groceries and consumer items, and we own less businesses now than we owned years ago, naturally our condition will get worse,” Dr. Milligan told The Final Call.

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam is on a campaign to raise $10 million to purchase farmland, build schools and create jobs. “Min. Farrakhan is right on the money! But we need to start now. We can’t wait until the drought comes and then start looking and that’s what Black people tend to do,” she added.

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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.

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Money is like blood – it needs to circulate for local economies to survive’

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The Lada Group is striving to increase self-sufficiency in a bleak national economy and we’re a firm believer in small businesses seizing the initiative and teaming up to fight the downturn. Time for “Group Economics” For just $20 One time out of pocket we can all have a business which is tied to a Central Intermediary in which we can all support one another on Auto Pilot using the Power of Leverage and Duplication of OPM other people money just like the banks . Our business connection does not interfere with what you’re already doing. Our Business System is a support system to generate money for you to use as you wish.

Choosing to support local businesses can make a profound economic impact on the fate of many communities. Everybody in the Community needs their own business. I’m talking about each individual. We we’re created to be the Head and Not the Tail. A business that will be supported by all races and it‘s online using the Most up to date Technology to build Wealth. Our system includes a Residual Income Retirement Plan. We need this vehicle to bring money back into our community.

Our businesses are not only looking local, but also to boost the surrounding community too. As well as increased consumer choice and employment of local people, which come hand-in-hand with micro-economic methods, With your own business you can help to create jobs and not just work jobs. This is the Start of “Generational Wealth”

“Money works like blood – it needs to circulate around the local economy if it is going to keep it alive”. Money spent in Central Intermediaries instead of local businesses “pours straight out again over and over to the people in the Central Intermediary,”

Where local economies are suffering, it’s not due to low cash flow – it is a result of how and where that money is spent. Skills nurtured locally are a key pillar of both their business and the local economy:

The LADA Group thinks that simply retaining the talent of those trained and educated with us will give us a significant economic boost.

Our advice for those looking for success is simple: “You can produce more locally if you make better use of what you’ve got. People, money and land.”

It’s time for us to get together so the LADA Group can show you how to connect your network for Financial Prosperity. We all have to connect to get ahead and they say that we can’t work together. Well it’s time for you to step up and say this ain’t TRUE

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Playing the Lottery vs Investing in LADA

 Millionaires commit themselves to producing wealth.

Average individuals purchase lottery tickets.

 What are the odds of ever winning a lottery?  How about the odds of winning anything whatsoever when you play the lottery?

Obviously, one does not generally play a lottery because the odds are in their favor.  In fact, the odds are stacked strongly against you.  And yet, someone invariably wins.  As the saying goes, nobody ever won the lottery without buying a ticket.  That someone could just as easily be you, and it would be best not to even consider the astronomical odds involved.

However, for the hopelessly curious, the following information is presented.  You will find the odds involved in most lotteries, methods of better covering sets of numbers, and how to methodically lower the odds against you.
Lottery versus LADA

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Living Within Your Budget

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To live within your budget simply means that outflow or expenditure does not exceed income. How is this possible today? It takes discipline. That means that instead of giving in to the idea of keeping up with the Jones or allowing the acquisition of things to steal away solvency, one makes the choice to forgo instant gratification with a view to a long term goal.

Many people have a hole in their pocket through which their cash falls. They do not know what they have or what they spend. Keeping track of every penny spent for even one week is a real eye opener. Setting a budget and seeking to live within it means that we limit ourselves now in order to achieve the worthier goal of monetary solvency.

One of the first steps that must be taken in the pursuit to live within one’s budget is to make a list of real needs and the realistic costs of those needs. It is essential to distinguish wants from needs. We must recognize that wants are those things which are expedient, while needs (such as housing, food, and essential clothing) are not.

The next step is to control spending by keeping track of what is spent and on what it is spent. If our expenditures exceed our income then there has to be some “belt tightening” in order to bring these costs into line. Again, this is simply a matter of exercising self-discipline. Merely earning more money does not make the difference; it is the management of the money that we have that is the issue.

Those who successfully live within a budget use their money rather than allowing their money to use them. When setting up a budget there are two essential items that must go at the top of the list. The first is to set aside money for charity. Many people give a tenth of the gross income back to God. This is a principle known as tithing that has been proven time and again. When one gives the tithe to the LORD, the rest of the 90% goes farther based on the principle that we cannot out-give God. “Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you” (Luke 6:38, NIV).

The next step is to create a savings account in which some money will be put away for long-term goals. How do we save? Again, it is a matter of self-discipline. For example, many people cut coupons or use rebates to save money on purchases. It is amazing to note how much money these practices can save on purchases each week. Once the habit of saving a little is started, it becomes easier and easier to do.

Another good use of money is to have one major credit card for which the balance is paid off each month. This is an efficient practice for keeping track of expenditures, while also serving as a way to build up a good credit history.

If you have a house payment, another example of a good money use is to pay an extra amount toward principle each month. Even a small amount each month shortens the length of the loan and saves interest that is paid to the lender.

The point is that living within your budget is accomplished through a series of choices which builds up the self-discipline needed to stick to that budget and stay the course. From this point-of-view, the principles of giving to God first and seeking to live a life that brings glory to Him serve as the plumb line by which we determine how to spend the money that He blesses us with.

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