Inspiring Purpose, Peace and Prosperity
Written by: Briana Wooten, Communications and PR Intern at First Ladies of Poverty Foundation
Good morning / afternoon / evening depending on where you are reading this,
First Ladies of Poverty Foundation has launched our first print magazine - membership subscription service: Joie de Vivre for new and seasoned entrepreneurs and investors wanting to learn more about entrepreneurship, investing, generational wealth, and creating multiple streams of income online for a higher quality of life while making a positive impact.
If you are someone interested in learning about this through a premium magazine delivered right to your front door (hello free gift to look forward to!) we are offering to deliver the first magazine to you FREE of CHARGE to the first 300 people to apply for it!
Life's Most Persistent and Urgent Question: What Are You Doing for Others? (A Giveaway In Honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day)
by Shatoyia Jones, award-winning poverty & racial equity specialist at First Ladies of Poverty Foundation; Self Development Mentor
Written By Rheanne Burns, Former FLP Foundation Partner in Service; Copywriter
There are many different attitudes and beliefs surrounding money. It can make it difficult to define how you actually feel. Beliefs are ingrained in us from a young age, whether that’s consciously or unconsciously, and they shape our views and attitudes. What you believe may not actually be your own belief. Often it’s what you’ve accepted because the belief has been passed down from generation to generation.
No one talks about it so the cycle is never broken.
How lame is that?
Let’s take a look at some popular beliefs about money, and some different perspectives that embrace the positive aspects of money.
First Ladies of Poverty Foundation Partner & Sponsorship
A partner-sponsorship with First Ladies of Poverty Foundation is a commitment to opportunity access and racial equity for BIPOC (Black, Indigineous, People of Color) Professionals, Entrepreneurs and Changemakers, serving at the intersections of entrepreneurship x community development x racial equity and inclusion x mentorship and professional training and social responsibility.
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