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West Las Vegas’ Own

February 13, 2017 by  
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Uri Clinton comes home on a mission to lead and blaze a trail for others. Las Vegas has experienced remarkable progress over the years, particularly on the Strip now clustered with hotel and resort properties. One of the biggest changes in recent years has been the growth of executive employment opportunities for African-Americans in the […]

This Should Be A Knockout Lesson For My People

January 17, 2017 by  
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BY LOUIE OVERSTREET Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on January 20. Let that sink in, and take it as a lesson on what it means when we don’t vote in greater percentages. As a senior citizen, I no longer possess the strength that is only gifted to […]

SUCCESS! For success in the New Year, just do it!

January 17, 2017 by  
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BY JAMAAL McCOY H appy New Year! We made it through another journey around the sun. Many have made plans to be fulfilled for 2017, while others have made plans for the New Year that will not be realized. Procrastination puts our lives and dreams on hold. Holding on to that safe place of the […]

WELL WOMEN OF COLOR | Rosalind Brooks

December 26, 2016 by  
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Sugar: Not so sweet The negative effects of sugar can’t be overstated. It is, by far, the deadliest, most addictive substance that a non-drug user will ever consume. How many times have you said, “I’m addicted to sugar” or “I’m addicted to carbs” (which, you know, turns into sugar)? What do you need to know […]

Habits of Healthy Leaders

December 12, 2016 by  
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BY DR. ROBERT E. FOWLER 1. FIND HEALTHY OUTLETS FOR STRESS We are often slow to realize that we need a break, or are living at an unhealthy pace. As leaders, our greatest test is living what we believe and teach. Exercise, vacation, true days off, processing pain in prayer, godly friends with whom we […]

Sticks, stones, and words hurt, too

November 14, 2016 by  
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BY LOUIE OVERSTREET While the results of the presidential election are not yet known, I am certain of one thing: name-calling will have an impact on the outcome. I would venture to say we have all experienced episodes of name-calling, especially when we were young. Every time we shared this fact with our mothers — who […]

Success! Perseverance leads to success

October 10, 2016 by  
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BY JAMAAL McCOY Defining one’s success in life is relative. By default, we all have experienced happy times and moments of great disappointment. Like the saying goes: “It’s not that you get knocked down, but that you get up and keep trying to reach your goals.” The process of facing circumstances that might not be […]

‘Anyone can get it’

September 6, 2016 by  
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‘Anyone can get it’

Success! Diversity opens up new opportunities

BY JAMAAL McCOY It is a pleasure to sponsor this year’s 11th Annual Las Vegas CultureFest. We will be celebrating “Workforce Diversity” October 14-15 on the Fremont Street Experience. Diversity is a word that is often used — but at Findlay Chevrolet, we act on it. We know that we’re only as good as the […]

‘Make America Great Again’: Are You Kidding Me?

BY LOUIE OVERSTREET Ain’t it strange how — after more than a year, and a seemingly endless number of debates — no one has asked The Donald two very basic questions: When was the last time America was great? And what made it great? Just as strange, but far more troubling, was listening to hate-filled speeches […]

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