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Sunday, March 6, 2016

The Right Reasons To Go Into Business with Lynnette Khalifana Cox Interview on Mastering Your Money Radio Show



Being in the right business for right reasons is the way to eliminate one of reasons businesses fail.  You should ask yourself these questions before you start a business:

a)     Do you have passion for the business? 
b)    Do  you have physical fitness and mental stamina?
c)     Do you have the drive, determination, patience and a positive attitude for your business?
d)    Are crushed by failure?
e)     Do you want to be a leader?
f)      Do you want to be independent?
g)     Do you want to serve your customers with intergity?

Joining us for our discussion on the right reasons to be in business?  Is lynnette khalfani-cox who is on the phone from her northern nj office. Lynnette khalfani-cox is better known as the money coach and is a nationally recognized expert on debt and credit. She is a frequent radio, television and print contributor.  Her latest book is College Secrets.

Almost Everything You Need To Know Before You Go Into Business with Ed Fulbright on Mastering Your Money Radio Show

Ed Fulbright, CPA, CGMA, PFS  According to statistics published by the small business administration (sba), about half of all small businesses survive at least five years and a third survive ten years or more. This is a far cry from the previous long-held belief that 50 percent of businesses fail in the first year and 95 percent fail within five years.   Althought  the success rate is better, a significant percentage of new businesses do fail. Expert opinions abound about what a business owner should and shouldn't do to keep a new business afloat in the perilous waters of the entrepreneurial sea.


Today we will discuss Almost Everything You Need To Know Before You Go Into Business. 

Dr. Dennis P. Kimbro Interview on Black Entrepreneurs and Wealth for Mastering Your Money Radio

http://www.denniskimbro.com/ Approximately 35 percent of african americans had no measurable assets in 2009, and 24 percent of these same households had only a motor vehicle. African americans are consumers instead of purchasing growing assets. Is the goal of becoming a millionaire impossible? No way!!! Success is not stopped by the color of your skin but it can create challenges for you that can be overcome, if you are willing to try. You live in a country that you can become a millionaire or even a billionaire, if you are will to take the action steps necessary to reach it. Joining us for our discussion on the black entrepreneur and wealth is Dr Dennis Kimbro who is on the phone from his Atlanta Ga office. Dennis P. Kimbro, Ph.D is the author of Think And Grow Rich: A Black Choice, and his latest book is The Wealth Choice: Success Secrets Of The Black Millionaire. A tireless educator, public speaker and business consultant, he written for numerous newspapers and magazines and has made many appearances ranging from the today show to a pbs special. Welcome back to Mastering Your Money, Dr. Dennis Kimbro.