Tuesday, February 8, 2011

E is for Exceptional

ex·cep·tion·al (k-spsh-nl)
1. Being an exception; uncommon.2. Well above average; extraordinary

Spiritual Leadership: Moving People on to God's Agenda
Every entrepreneur should be exceptional.  If the entrepreneur is going to succeed rather than survive, there needs to be some exceptional qualities present and on display even before he or she clears a profit.  If no such qualities exist within the entrepreneur, then it is like fighting a losing battle. Defeat and destruction are inevitable, leaving no real winner from the venture.

The Art of War

You have to operate somewhere above average as an entrepreneur.  Otherwise, you will run into some major obstacles along the way.  Rejection awaits the hopeful and prayerful consultant or writer.  Betrayal may set in before the ink is dry on a partnership agreement or an LLC.  You need to see the value in being an exceptional entrepreneur.


Engraved in Ebony:

Historic Print (S): [Hiram Rhoades Revels, Afro-American senator, three-quarter length portrait, seated by s

Hiram Rhoades (Rhodes?) Revels (1827-1901)
He was the first African American to serve in the U.S. Congress, serving as the senate representative of Mississippi in 1870 and 1871.  He was an ordained A.M.E. minister. Revels served as the first president of Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College alos known as Alcorn State University) and  taught philosophy. In 1873, Revels served as Mississippi's secretary of state ad interim.

A Short History of Reconstruction


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