Written by: Shatoyia Jones, Founder/CEO at First Ladies of Poverty Foundation, LLC | Business Development Strategist: Community Focus | International Poverty & Racial Equity Specialist | Speaker & Author
Are you truly happy with the life you live, If not, let's change that.
Shatoyia Jones, 4x award-winning international poverty and racial equity specialist, entrepreneur, speaker and intentional life coach is hosting a masterclass for professionals with busy schedules on how to increase your quality of living through focusing on yourself without spending years figuring out where to start and how to maintain a sense of peace and fulfillment.
Working to Fill the Gaps of the Intersection Between Entrepreneurship, Community Development, Social Responsibility and Poverty Reduction: First Ladies of Poverty Foundation Partners with Valley Venture Mentors of Springfield, MA
written by Briana Wooten, Communications & PR Intern
First Ladies of Poverty Foundation Partners with Valley Venture Mentors
First Ladies of Poverty Foundation has partnered with Valley Venture Mentors of Springfield, MA. Both organizations have a focus on community building and financial prosperity through the use of mentorship and informational workshops. While Venture Valley Mentors currently has a focus on local communities, the partnership with the First Ladies of Poverty opens up an expansive, global network of new and seasoned entrepreneurs for them to connect with and support.
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.
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