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  • Dr. Pat Smith

    Thank you. This is extremely helpful. As a new small business owner, I am committed to: 1) changing my mindset from manager to leader; 2) getting coached; and 3) being highly aware of what is going on in my industry (on local, national and international levels). Again, thank you.

  • Latanya Magwood

    very encouraging. i have owned a janitorial/post construction cleaning company since 2006. it has paid the bills but i found myself still struggling and crying out for help. i stopped an asked myself one day a series of questions, questioning my talent and mostly my faith, i cried and cried didnt get me anywhere. today i have rised up and i am now certified as an MWBE-minority women business enterprise, LDB-local developing business, and DBE-disadvantaged business enterprise. Doors i never new existed that where closed are now open for me. im starting new and not looking back too old things in life. thanks again for your words.

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