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Kimberly O'Neil (JustKimOnline)
My purpose: Using my gifts to support a greater good.
My purpose: Using my gifts to support a greater good.

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My end of the year newsletter is here!  

A Time for Reflection!

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Kudos to our friends Friends of Ebonie on their launch today.  

   #Millennials   #Young   #GivingBack   #Philanthropy  
The Young, Black & Giving Back Institute is the education and training division of the highly successful consulting boutique, Friends of Ebonie, LLC. Consisting of classes, workshop series, training modules, webinars and summits, The Young Black & Giving Back Institute is designed to change the way black millennials (19 - 33) and young, black professionals (25 - 40) learn about effective community leadership and philanthropy. Join us for our digital launch party to learn more and meet some awesome fellow leaders like yourself!  

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You have an idea for a fiction or non-fiction book and you don't know what to do next? Maybe you're writing the book and feeling stuck or you're finished and um, now what? I get all of your letters inquiring about #writing a #book SO TONIGHT Alissa McGowan, Senior #Editor of Red Pen for Rent, joins me for a free comprehensive seminar to talk about the future of #publishing , how writers can be empowered, moving past fear and procrastination, and a blueprint of how you can move forward with your book. 

The incredible Alissa was the editor of my new book "The Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love." I was just nominated for an African American Literary Award, Best #SelfHelp Book, and this I know for sure, having an incredible editor like Alissa on my team helped make this possible for me. I never want to write another book without her. 

My first book "Dare" is a novel about a sociologist trying to find love that was published by Simon and Schuster in December 2007/January 2008, so this new personal development book was a very different journey.

Alissa and I will share our knowledge with you on how to make your publishing dreams happen. 

Consider this free seminar to be our gift to celebrate the Literary Award nomination.


Read more about Red Pen for Rent and Alissa here:

Read more about my new book here:

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Part 2 of my interview with +Shannon Rice-Muruli , The Fire Her Teacher and CEO of Girlpreneurs Worldwide. 

In this segment, we talk about:

entrepreneurship and leadership are mutually inclusive at 00:15 
why people are paying attention to you at 00:57 
how you are leading others on social media  at 1:23
people are not always wanting to steal your idea at 2:07
practical ways you can develop your character at 3:51
your value at 5:48
what it means when you always want something for free at 6:10
why it is important to get pass NOT asking for help at 9:55


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