Black Ownership Isn’t The Answer To The Prison Problem

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Could Black-owned prisons be the solution 💡 to our incarceration problem? One misguided entrepreneur thinks so. Here’s where she went wrong.

The Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York, was making national headlines for its deteriorating conditions, like no heat or electricity, and suffering inmates, according to reports.

Her outrageous idea got deservedly dragged. Still, let’s talk about the issue with this line of thinking. Prisons are directly linked to the institution of slavery. In fact, mass incarceration started as a replacement for slavery.

Sure, there were some Black people who had their own enslaved labor force, but it didn’t make the system of slavery any better! Further, privatized prisons have profit incentives, which is a REALLY BAD IDEA, Black-owned or not. Here’s why.

Private prison companies, like GEO Group and CoreCivic (formerly known as CCA), are connected to efforts to create laws that target Black people. Just as the Black Codes after slavery did. So, let’s be clear: the answer to prisons? It DEFINITELY isn’t a Black investment in them.

The Golden Thirteen

February 16, 1944: The Golden Thirteen began training.

This group was the 1st African-American Naval officer-training group in America.

In January of that year, the Naval officer corps was all white. Though there were some 100,000 African-American enlisted men in the Navy, none were officers. In response to growing pressure from American civil rights organizations, the leaders of the Navy reluctantly tackled commissioning a few as officers.

16 Black enlisted men were summoned to Camp Robert Smalls, Great Lakes Naval Training Station in Illinois; they included Jesse W. Arbor, Samuel Barnes, Philip Barnes, Dalton Baugh, George C. Cooper, Reginald Goodwin, James E. Hair, Graham E. Martin, Dennis Nelson, John W. Reagan, Frank E. Sublett Jr., William S. White, Charles Lear, Lewis Williams, J. B. Pinkney, and A. Alves. All the men had demonstrated excellent leadership abilities as enlisted men.

The pace was demanding and forced the sixteen men to band together so that all could succeed.

During their officer candidate training, they compiled a class average of 3.89, a record that has yet to be broken.

Although all passed the course, in March 1944, 13 of the group made history when they became the U.S. Navy’s 1st African-American commissioned and warrant officers on active duty. Twelve were commissioned as ensigns; the thirteenth was made a warrant officer. They became known as the Golden Thirteen.

Only one of the Golden Thirteen made a career of the Navy. The others made their marks in civilian life after World War II.

Dr. Bernard Harris

February 9, 1995: Dr. Bernard Harris became the 1st Black person to perform an extra-vehicular activity (spacewalk), during the second of his two Space Shuttle flights.

🚀Harris is a member of many professional,academic and service organizations, including the American College of Physicians, Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.

🚀He is a board member of the Boys and Girls Club of Houston, National Math and Science Initiative, Medical Informatics, Technology and Applications Center, Houston Technology Center, and the National Space Biomedical Research Institute, Board of Scientific Counselors.

🚀He has been recognized several times by NASA and other organizations for his professional and academic achievements.

🚀In 1996 he received an honorary doctorate from the Morehouse College School of Medicine. He later received honorary doctorates from Stonybrook University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, and the University of Houston.

🚀He has also received a NASA Space flight medal, a NASA Award of Merit, a fellow of the American College of Physicians and the 2000 Horatio Alger Award.

🚀In 2005, the North East Independent School District in San Antonio, Texas named a middle school under construction after Harris. The Bernard Harris Middle School opened August 14, 2006, to have a capacity of 1500 students.

🚀In 2007, Dr. Harris joined the board of the National Math and Science Initiative.

🚀In 2008, he appeared in Microsoft’s “I’m a P.C.” ad campaign. Harris also gave a keynote speech at the Exxon Mobil Texas State Science and Engineering Fair.

🚀In 2009, he was elected Vice President of the American Telemedicine Association. He was elected President of the American Telemedicine Association in 2011, serving for a one-year term that ended in 2012.

🚀In 2010, he was part of the Dream Tour where he travelled to over 30 schools around the country.

🚀Currently, Dr. Harris is CEO of the National Math and Science Initiative and President and Chief Executive Officer of Vesalius Ventures, Inc., a venture capital accelerator, that invests in early-stage companies in Medical Informatics and Technology.

Ruby Bridges

Black History Month Lesson:

Ruby Bridges

At the tender age of six, Ruby Bridges advanced the cause of civil rights in November 1960 when she became the FIRST African American student to integrate an elementary school in the South.

Born on September 8, 1954, Bridges was the oldest of five children for Lucille and Abon Bridges, farmers in Tylertown, Mississippi. When Ruby was two years old, her parents moved their family to New Orleans, Louisiana in search of better work opportunities.

Ruby and her mother were escorted by four federal marshals to the school every day that year. She walked past crowds screaming vicious slurs at her. Undeterred, she later said she only became frightened when she saw a woman holding a black baby doll in a coffin. She spent her first day in the principal’s office due to the chaos created as angry white parents pulled their children from school. Ardent segregationists withdrew their children permanently. Ruby ate lunch alone and sometimes played with her teacher at recess, but she never missed a day of school that year.

PLEASE NOTE: this was not that long ago!!!

Black Lives Matter.
Black is beautiful. ❤ #LookUpandBeyond

Reverend William Holmes Borders

Black History Month

William Holmes Borders

William Holmes Borders Between 1937 and 1988, the Reverend William Holmes Borders served as pastor of Wheat Street Baptist Church in Atlanta, where he campaigned for civil rights and distinguished himself as a charismatic spokesperson for the city’s poor and dispossessed. Borders was instrumental in the hiring of Atlanta’s first black police officers in the 1940s, led the campaign to desegregate the city’s public transportation in the 1950s, and established the nation’s first federally subsidized, church-operated rental housing project in the 1960s. Thereafter, he continued to support a variety of philanthropic causes and remained an influential public figure in Atlanta until his death in 1993.

Triple L Movement Leaders
Borders was born in Macon on February 24, 1905, to Leila Birdsong and the Reverend James Buchanan Borders. His father served as pastor at Swift Creek Baptist Church; Borders later credited his own calling to his father’s influence and example.
After graduating from high school, Borders left home for Atlanta, where he attended Morehouse College. Despite running out of money after only two years, a number of sympathetic professors invited him to continue taking classes, and college president John Hope allowed the young man to graduate on the condition that he later repay the school.
Borders then attended Garrett Theological Seminary at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, on scholarship. There, he gained exposure to the Social Gospel, which greatly influenced his commitment to social justice, and continued his courtship of Julia Pate, a graduate of Spelman College who was then attending the University of Chicago. The two were married in 1931 and later had two children, William Holmes Jr. and Juel Pate. He completed his bachelor of divinity degree the following year and then accepted the pastorate of the Second Baptist Church in Evanston. In 1936 he earned a master’s degree from Northwestern.
Early Career
After serving as pastor for five years in Evanston, Borders received an invitation to return to Morehouse as an instructor. A year later, in 1937, he was offered the pastorate at Wheat Street Baptist Church, a historic institution on Auburn Avenue that was suffering from indebtedness and declining membership. Eager to return to the pulpit, Borders readily accepted and began the difficult task of reversing the church’s fortunes.
At Wheat Street, Borders proved himself an able administrator, instituting new accounting practices and settling the church’s debts within a few years. He also reached out to the poor, often recruiting new members from the taverns and pool halls along Auburn Avenue despite the protestations of senior church elders.
News of Border’s unorthodox approach and impressive achievements spread throughout the city, and by 1940 the young minister was widely regarded as one of black Atlanta’s most dynamic ministers and gifted orators. That year, a local radio station offered Borders weekly airtime to discuss matters of concern in the black community.
For twelve minutes every Sunday, Borders addressed an integrated radio audience, covering a wide range of subjects that included segregation, disfranchisement, wartime patriotism, and northern black migration, among others. The program was an immediate success, earning a large audience share among white and black listeners and quickly becoming the second-highest-rated broadcast in Atlanta. Many of the city’s influential white businessmen listened regularly, and a number offered Borders their help in improving conditions for Atlanta’s black population. Years later, Borders cited the broadcasts as an important first step in opening lines of communication between Atlanta’s black and white communities. In 1943 the radio addresses were collected into a single volume and published as Seven Minutes at the Mike in the Deep South.
Civil Rights
Following World War II (1941-45), Borders and other leaders in Atlanta’s black community became increasingly assertive in their pursuit of civil rights. Emboldened by the 1946 abolition of the white primary, the city’s black leadership forged a powerful voting bloc and skillfully applied political pressure to win concessions from city hall.
When Borders and a handful of other black leaders first approached Atlanta mayor William B. Hartsfield about hiring black police officers in the mid-1940s, for example, they were quickly rebuffed. “I remember very distinctly,” recalled Borders, “going to Mayor Hartsfield and asking him for black police. And he told us without the slightest blinking of an eye, that we’d get black police about as soon as we’d get deacons in the First Baptist Church, white.” However, after black voters provided the margin for victory in Hartsfield’s successful bid for reelection in 1946, the mayor became more receptive to their concerns. When Borders’s delegation returned in 1947 with the same request, Hartsfield simply asked, “How many do you want?”
Thereafter, Borders and other members of Atlanta’s black leadership maintained close ties with their counterparts in the white establishment, working behind the scenes and often coordinating civil rights activities to protect the city’s reputation for moderate race relations. Following the 1956 U.S. Supreme Court decision desegregating buses in Montgomery, Alabama, for example, Atlanta’s black leadership launched the Love, Law, and Liberation (or Triple L) Movement in order to force the desegregation of Atlanta’s public transportation system. Under Borders’s leadership, the group notified Mayor Hartsfield of its intention to violate municipal statutes by riding at the front of city buses and requested the mayor’s support in facilitating a peaceful arrest. Because he sought to protect Atlanta’s reputation for harmonious race relations, Hartsfield agreed.
On January 9, 1957, Borders and five other black ministers boarded a city bus and took their seats along the front rows. The driver returned the bus to the barn, and the ministers returned to the Wheat Street Baptist Church, where they were later arrested in a carefully scripted affair. Atlanta’s buses remained segregated for another two years before the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the ministers, thereby eliminating one of the most symbolic features of Atlanta’s Jim Crow social system.
Housing and Economics
Borders was among the first of his peers to recognize the relationship between economic freedom and civil rights, and he undertook early in his ministry to transform his church into a source of financial stability in the black community. To help secure jobs for his members, Borders organized a church employment agency and referral service. To encourage thrift and make available low interest loans, he formed the Wheat Street Baptist Church Credit Union. Later, he provided church day care services for working parents, and with the help of his daughter and son, who were both physicians, Borders established a church clinic to provide basic medical care.
Beginning in the late 1950s, however, when the city of Atlanta was preparing a massive program of urban renewal, Borders began to consider involving his church in a decidedly more ambitious undertaking. Acting in secret, without the knowledge of church deacons, he began studying the complex laws governing federal subsidies and seeking the advice of local attorneys, bankers, and board members at the Atlanta Housing Authority. After much consultation and prayer, Borders entered a bid on behalf of Wheat Street Baptist Church for 22.5 acres of urban renewal land in the vicinity of the church.
When he learned that the bid was successful, Borders called a meeting with the church’s board of directors to apprise them of his plans. With the financial backing of the Atlanta Life Insurance Company and generous government subsidies for nonprofit organizations, he explained, the church could construct a low-income apartment project that would ease the housing crunch in Atlanta’s black community and prevent the displacement of local blacks who lived on land scheduled for redevelopment. The project would be the first of its kind, a nonprofit, church-owned and-operated housing project for low-income residents.
The deacons unanimously supported Borders’s proposal, and on Sunday, April 26, 1963, groundbreaking ceremonies were held. Jet, Banks, and Russell, a local black-owned construction firm, completed the 280-unit Wheat Street Gardens by the end of the year. In 1972 the church added the Wheat Street Towers retirement home for elderly residents.
Post–Civil Rights Movement
During the first half of the 1960s a generational rift in Atlanta’s black community emerged. As chairman of the Student-Adult Liaison Committee, Borders attempted to bridge the divide that separated old guard conservatism from student activism. Although he was more successful at this task than some of his peers, Borders’s influence in the movement gradually diminished, and the old guard ultimately ceded its authority to younger and more assertive activists. Perhaps as a result of the black community’s political paradigm shift, Borders was defeated when he sought a seat in the state House of Representatives in 1965, 1970, and 1972.
Despite his electoral defeats, Borders remained an active figure in Atlanta’s public life until his retirement in 1988. He earned critical acclaim for his portrayal of Jesus Christ in a 1968 production of Behold the Man at Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium, and he represented the administration of U.S. president Richard Nixon on two trips to Japan in the 1970s. He continued to speak regularly at public events throughout the city well into the 1980s and served on the boards of numerous municipal, religious, and philanthropic organizations. Borders died of heart failure in Atlanta on November 23, 1993.

Faith Alone

Title: Faith Alone

Author: Terri Ann Johnson


Number of Pages

About The Author

Terri Ann Johnson is a national bestselling author for her contribution to the Brown Girls Books anthology ‘All I Want for Christmas’. She has always had an enthusiasm for reading, which blossomed into a desire to write. Terri is a mom and loves to travel with her family and friends. She is a finance professional in Washington, D.C. and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Visit her online at

About This Book

Lachelle Jackson appears to have it all; a husband who adores her; a job that fulfills her and friends that love her unconditionally.

When Lachelle learns that she is pregnant, what should be the best experiences of her life becomes one of the darkest times she ever endured.

Facing a life-threatening pregnancy, in the midst of insurmountable grief, can Lachelle find the strength to fight for her life and that of her unborn baby? Can she overcome depression and move beyond memories of her past to accept God’s greatest gift…LOVE?

As someone who considers myself and avid reader and who is a Christian, I must say Terri Ann Johnson handled the subject of standing on Faith and walking in Faith well.

Faith Alone Book Review
The tread of the story at the beginning seemed off or slower. On the other hand, then it picked up so much so that you may want it to slow down. The readers will see a lot has to take place with a novella in a short amount of time. Time that if not used wisely can be wasteful. Therefore, we have Brian, LaChelle, and John. Talk about a tragic set of circumstances that lead to the further most test of Faith. Death has a way of making you put lots of things into perspective. After reading about Brian, the readers will look at community and commitment different. As a reader, you will look at family and marriage differently. You recognize that love truly is an action and not by words. That standing on your Faith can and will get you through.

Then you have LaChelle who is tested, and shows the embodiment of her own Faith in action. That even in your season of doubt and uncertainty, the test is won with Faith. I love the importance of love and solid foundation. I love the friends and the community of the Church that was in unity throughout. Everyone needs good quality of support from friends.
Through it all “Faith Alone” provided redemption and the will of God . I know you’ll enjoy and want more after reading this story. As an avid reader and who is a Christian, I must say Terri Ann Johnson handled the subject of standing on Faith and walking in Faith tremendously well.
While dealing with the loss of her husband Brian, Lachelle must face the challenge of life with a high risk pregnancy she thinks alone. But her family and friends and the Church community pulls together for her and her unborn child.

I clapped my hands to Terri on her first published Christian Fiction Novel! Through it all the story provided redemption and the will of God . I think you’ll enjoy and want more after reading “Faith Alone”.
Terri Ann Johnson penned a wonderful story that was moving and inspirational. This was the first story that I read by this author and I look forward to reading more.

The 12 Best Inspirational Poems About Life And Success

Verusha Singh is a writer and entrepreneur with her own self-publishing business. She has qualifications in Media and Writing, and Editing and Publishing. After graduating from university she held positions at two publishing companies, including Hay House (Australia). Her plans for the future are to continue to write and teach about the laws of success, how to be successful in life and personal development.
Her main work is called, The Inexplicable Laws of Success.

The 12 Best Inspirational Poems About Life and Success contains an the best collection of insightful poetry that will touch your heart, give you hope and motivate you to be your best. The poems provide a powerful source of wisdom and inspiration and will make a great addition to any educational or motivational book collection.
It is a great resource for speakers, coaches, teachers, leaders and parents. To sample the content, take a “Look Inside”.
Professional Appraisal:
I am continually amazed by Verusha’s passion to assist individuals in their personal growth.” ~ Deepak Chopra, International Best-Selling Author

Book Review About 12 Best Inspirational Poetry

I really adored each and every one of the poems The 12 Best Inspirational Poems About Life and Success as I was reading them while riding on the Subway train. I saw my own inspiration soaring and my spirit rising as I considered the confidence in me. I discover the poems were tremendously a faith builder prescription for me. I believe in reading positive books that will help me to clean the clutters in my mind.
After reading the poems I was more inspired by the process of the rules of success that was included. It would be easy to follow the poems by putting it into existence.

The 12 Best Inspirational Poems About Life and Success” has poems that will empower you how to experience with the appreciate life and success. Settle down in your favorite quiet spots and let yourself into meditation while you are reading every single poem in this book. I enjoyed every precious minute.

Too bad this book was short but the quality of the book is very uplifting. The poems that were chosen I love so much that I am going to share with my clients in The Mental Health Inpatient Unit at Metropolitan Hospital. The Inspirational poems that were chosen considered being short, inspiring, and simple to read. I recommend this book to any reader who loves the empowerment of inspiration and joy in their life.

Prepare 4 Takeoff

Title: Preparing 4 Take off

Author: Antione K. Garrett

Publisher: Empower U Publishing

Number of Pages: 129

About The Author

Author, Life Coach and Minister. Antoine Garrett is a fresh new voice in the literary field with profound insights and he has a story to tell! Antoine is a sought after speaker and trainer, providing powerful workshops & sessions to audiences all over the United States. Antoine provides coaching services to clients seeking to move to the next level in life and business. Antoine has a unique gift of empowering others to become the best version of themselves, while encouraging his clients to see the opportunities hidden in the obstacles that they face. He is also a licensed minister, faithfully serving to uplift the people that God has placed in his path.

Join Antoine Garrett as he recounts actual events that relate to universal truths. His personal expedition is no different than your own journey through life that is full of choices & decisions, actions & consequences. This book will help you look at your personal journey and evaluate the checkpoints, delays and baggage that each of us has experienced along the journey. PREPARE 4 TAKEOFF provides practical strategies and insights to help you overcome the beliefs and behaviors that have been keeping you from all the best that life has to offer!

The Book Review About Prepare 4 Take Off

“Prepare 4 Take Off” is a great inspiration motivational book to read that I recommend a must book to read. There are two parts in “Prepare 4 Take Off”, The first part is about the journey where Antoine talks about real life experiences that he dealt with. I can relates with Antoine because I also was dealing with being frustrated, doubtful, and stressed. The second part of the book reflects on the journey and gives insight on the big picture surrounding every stop of the journey. It was a great self help life manual on how we can reflect on our struggles and reach our goals, while dealing with every day obstacles that called LIFE. It was uniquely written with the guidance of the Holy Spirit and I look forward to future books by Antoine.

Antoine K. Garrett minister to the readers by letting them know, everything that we are going through is on purpose. God use purpose in our lives for our growth and personal development. God is our captain has decreed from the beginning of time that He is already aware of the Flight plan for each of our lives. While we are going through personal storms of life and tempted to become frustrated with everything going on comes to halt. This isn’t our plan but it is the Will of God who is the Captain. We need to communicate with the Captain, appreciate the process and most importantly, prepare 4 your Takeoff!

Tony Evans’ Books of Illustrations

Title: Tony Evans’ Book of Illustrations

Author: Tony Evans

Publisher: Moody Publisher

Number of Pages: 381

DR. TONY EVANS is the founder and senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, founder and president of The Urban Alternative, former chaplain of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, and present chaplain of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks. His radio broadcast, The Alternative with Dr. Tony Evans, can be heard on over 1,200 US radio outlets daily and in more than 130 countries. Dr. Evans launched the Tony Evans Training Center in 2017, an online learning platform providing quality seminary-style courses for a fraction of the cost to any person in any place. The goal is to increase Bible literacy not only in lay people but also in those Christian leaders who cannot afford nor find the time for formal ongoing education. For more information, visit:

A treasure trove of sermon illustrations

Picture this: It’s Saturday afternoon, and you’re putting the finishing touches on tomorrow’s sermon. You’ve been thinking, researching, and praying about this message all week, and thankfully, feel prepared. That is, except for one small detail: you aren’t sure how to begin.

For more than 30 years, Tony Evans has been connecting with audiences around the world. Now his tools are available for you. Don’t leave your listeners to connect the dots. Let Tony Evans’ Book of Illustrations help you illustrate your point in a way they can’t forget.

Book of Illustrations Book Review

This book cover, ” Book of Illustrations “ really caught my attention and spoken to me though the Holy Spirit. As soon I started to reading this book, within minutes I really love the messages that was written. ” The Book of Illustrations “ define by Tony Evans, is an example or a story which is being used to make the messages perfectly clear. An illustration in your personal book ( Story of life) is a picture, design, or diagram that represents the journey in process of life. A great way to get your point across and folks remembered stories more than just telling you to get to the point are though the word “Illustrations”. I am tremendously satisfied with the messages in The Book of Illustrations. I am willing to recommend for people in my circle to read this book.
When an artists draws a picture on paper, oftentimes they draws in details so art lovers can understands the illustrations. That what illustrations can do with a sermon preached by the Preacher on Sunday Morning Worship Services. I am enjoying the writing and Wisdom of knowledge from Dr. Evans’ memorable messages. Dr. Tony Evans is a spiritual call from God as the
master illustrator in the pulpit. This Man of God really created that great 👍illustrations in this book. You will be encouraged and blessed by this book while you are reading this book.

Pastor Evans maintain to put a spiritual concepts into everyday language, which is very helpful in my work as a Mental Health Peer Counselor. It guide me directions when I facilitate groups at Metropolitan Hospital in NYC where I worked in The Mental Health Inpatient Unit. Even though this is a career, I can say this is true ministry in helping individuals that are dealing with Mental Illness and Substance Abuse that there is hope with recovery. This book is great for individuals that are visual in setting up goals like me.

Think Like A Winner

About The Author:

He is much more than an everyday motivational speaker. While some know him for his work as an author and entrepreneur, others know him as a 21st Century innovator, setting the standard for men around the country. But no matter how others view him, Carl Mathis is confident of his mission and God-ordained purpose in life–to encourage people worldwide to live life to the fullest, no matter the odds.

Mathis is a living testimony that what the enemy meant for evil, God is definitely turning around for good. But he didn’t know that when his wife passed in December of 2005. He was suddenly left with the pain of losing a loved one, the burden of raising three boys on his own, and the challenge of filling both motherly and fatherly roles. Depression set in. He wanted to quit. But in the midst of him crying out to God for a
way to overcome the pain, it was revealed to him that in the process of helping others overcome, he too would triumph and overcome the obstacles of life.
If he would have thrown in the towel in 2005, Mathis would have never published his debut novel Life is What You Make It: Seven Steps to Moving Forward. “Pursuing Your Purpose – How to Discover God’s Revelation For Your Life” In addition to his most recently published work, ‘Think Like A Winner – Act Like You Won” he’s Currently serving as a minister and Elder at Holy Ghost Tabernacle Ministries in Miami, FL, Mathis is no stranger to work in the ministry.

About This Book

Are you fed up with not getting the results you want from life?
Do you want to know what it feels like to taste success in every area of your life?
If you are, then it’s time to make a stand, start believing in yourself and Think Like a Winner, Act Like You’ve Won.
Inside these pages, you are about to discover yourself. You will learn how you can achieve the success that you’ve always dreamed of, just by making a few positive changes to the way you act, such as:
Making up your mind
Taking action
How to think like a winner
Developing your character
Forming good habits
And more…
Many self-help books go into great detail about how you can attain success. Think Like a Winner, Act Like You’ve Won shows you exactly how it can be done in the most concise method you have ever encountered.
Without wasting more of your precious time and without expending vast amounts of effort, you can now be the success you always wanted to be.
Get your copy of Think Like a Winner, Act Like You’ve Won now and start believing in yourself today!re you fed up with not getting the results you want from life?

Book Review About Think Like A Winner

The questions that the readers should be asking in their mind:
Do I want to know what it feels like to experiences the power of success in every area of my life?
If they figured the answers to that question, then it’s the time to be willing to make a stand, start believing in themselves and Think Like a Winner, then put it into actions by Acting Like You’ve Won the victory.
Fundamentally with these pages, the readers are about to discover themselves. The readers will learn how they can achieve the success that they have always yearned of, just by making a few positive changes to the way you act, such as:
Determined to make up their mind
Put it into action
How to reflects like a winner
Expanding your character
Created good habits
And more…
There are several motivational books go into great detail about how you can attain success. “Think Like a Winner, Act Like You’ve Won” draws a picture for the readers exactly how it can be done in the most concise method you have ever encountered.
In addition without wasting more of your precious time and without expending vast amounts of effort, you can now be the success you always wanted to be.
You need to get your copy of “Think Like a Winner, Act Like You’ve Won now” and start having confidence in yourself today!

Think like a Winner Act like You Won,” is an excellent Inspirational Motivational book for using the power to allows to be empower for you to awaken and pursue your passions that have laid the foundation of conqueror inside of you. Carl Mathis goes into great depth of knowledge, giving you step by step directions on the process from start to finish. Applying these principles will guarantee you success; a “Victorious Life!”
I really love reading this book to help cleanse my mind with positive messages. And, I suspect all fans of the Self-Improvement genre will love having a nibble on this one also! “Think Like a Winner, Act Like You Won” by Carl Mathis is a tremendous well written self improvement book. This book is knowledgeable, insightful and completely full with matter of fact practically advice. It becomes crystal clear as you read through this page turner that Carl Mathis is communicate with his wisdom and understanding as to the foundation of happiness and success really defines. It’s an excellent information for providing things into perspective.
If you build up the acts of action to what you learn from reading Think Like A Winner, Act You Won, here’s what you’ll accomplished: SUCCESS. You can imagine the benefits to be successful in whatever you do when you take a stand and actively moving toward meeting your goals and fulfilling your dreams. You must put the works in!”
It is definitely possible with this book, to unleash the power, purpose, and victory into your life. Whether you have the courage to complete this book and put your dreams into works is up to you, but if you are the winner that God and even this author believes you are, Mr. Mathis really hopes everything he presented from his own experiences to share with you in this book that will guide you to make a well – informed choices!
Think Like a Winner, Act Like You Won” delivers an understandable and simple way to relates with a variety of wonderful emotions available to you at this moment. The simple exercises in this book will challenge you internalize its intuitive approach and transforms it into an integral part of your life. Just visualize the potential inherent in your present and eveluate positive emotions, to live your best life you can possibly have.

Think Like a Winner, Act Like You Won” is THE success book for the 21st century! This is a definitely must read for anyone desiring a motivational and inspirational turbo boost. It breaks down the process of how to develop that positive mindset and creates winning habits to last a lifetime. You will witness the secrets that make a winner “blossoms”.
Easy to follow with substantial successful principles, each chapter provides steps to take that correct actions that guide to develop a winning qualities.
There are lots of inspiring exemplifications along with spaces to pause for contemplation and comprehend on the success principles shared within this book. Not Only is “Think Like a Winner, Act Like You Won” an energizing read, but it’s also the ideal inspirational and motivational resource to refer to repeatedly. Each Time you will display or restore another timely and relevant golden nugget that will set in motion you to move forward in life and help you climb up the ladder of success. This book is highly recommended for personal use and to give as gifts! I used this book to facilitate my mental health group for my inpatient clients to help them with their recovery.