Co-Written by: Teresa Gillian, FLP Independent Community Manager and Resident
Copywriter; Shatoyia Jones, FLP Founder, Wealth Building Educational Consultant; Business Development Specialist
Edited by: Shatoyia Jones
It seems that negativity is inescapable, especially today. There is not enough positivity spoken or written to guide, lead, motivate and uplift people who live in poverty towards implementing ways to change for the better.
Have you ever wanted to make some changes in your own neighborhood, or maybe a neighborhood you have driven through or lived in previously? Have you driven through an impoverished area (community) and then three to four blocks past that area, you find a community where the flowers are blooming and sidewalks are well-manicured. Personally, I have always questioned why it happens but as time went on, and my interest in how I could help make a positive impact, I began asking how does that happen?
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