We may like the idea of building Inter-generational Wealth but are we equipping our kids to take over the family fortune?
Studies show that Black Wealth is being lost in the 2nd generation. So what are we doing wrong? Tune in to this episode of Boss up with BBI and your host Jice Johnson as we dive into why our kids can't keep it together and what we can do to turn it around.
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Over here we talk about all things money and mindset. Sometimes we miss how these two intersect. But having the right mindset is the one thing you need to propel your life forward and assist you in creating the life you want.
Join us with special guest Delroy Gill, Realtor for Liv Sotherby's and the Founder of the DenverGents.
Delroy doesn't just sell homes, he builds relationships. Born and raised in London, England he is no stranger to the complexities life can bring. Tune in to this episode to hear how Delroy developed a mindset that set him on a path towards success and wealth.
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One of the biggest family rifts comes from fighting over things. Houses, cars, jewelry and yes, even your PlayStation. Why do we do this to each other? When our state of affairs is in disarray we can tie up years of our lives and the lives of our loved ones. All you gotta do is have a plan.
Join us with special guest DeAngelo Starnes, a transactions attorney-consultant who specializes in estate planning, asset protection, and working with small businesses on their contracts, intellectual property licensing, and business operations matters.
He is also the co-founder of Collective Commons Alliance, which is an association of gig workers and entrepreneurs who are processing the digital transformation.
Finally, Mr. Starnes co-hosts a political and current event podcast called The Decoding Society on Blog Talk Radio, which can be subscribed to on iTunes and SoundCloud.
He is a graduate of Howard University of Washington, DC and Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.
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We die. At higher rates than we should. In this episode, we break down ways to leave our mark on the world. No more Go Fund Me's. Instead, Go Fund This...
Join me in this episode with Special Guest Rhainy Clayton-Cole who breaks down some of the financial vehicles that exist to leave our family legacy better than how we found it.
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We don't like to talk about money! That's a fact. We either front like we have more than what we got, or constantly preach about how broke we are. This year we put an end to both of those narratives. It's time to tell it like it is.
“Simply because you’re in an area that is more affluent, it’s still hard for black boys to present themselves as independent from the stereotype of black criminality,” said Khiara Bridges, a professor of law and anthropology at Boston University.
With social advances that allow us to share restaurants, busses and water fountains and examples of Black wealth and influence all around, and even a Black president, it feels like we've had a few wins..but have we?
There is no denying the oppressive systems that exist in Amerikkka both past and present. Many studies show that being Black is still considered undesirable and untrustworthy. But in this new era of virtual anonymity, do the same excuses still apply?
Although we'd like to believe we are motivated by more money, the reality is we are generally scared of money, and it certainly doesn't light a fire under our butts. Whether we desire more money and a better lifestyle or we are trying to avoid a financial bump in the road, money just doesn't push us to be our best selves. Before 2018 ends, it's time to get Money Motivated.
After hundreds of years of oppression, we have been left depleted and bankrupt. This country certainly owes us a great debt. So now what? Do we wait on our reparations? Or do we put in the work of building our legacy?
Love is a verb. An action word. Often, when we love someone, we show them through the things we DO or say. But is that love translated in our Death? When we leave this earth, often on an unknown day, by unknown circumstances, are we prepared to show our families the greatest act of love?
With Fall quickly approaching and our youth head back to school, I am once again confronted with the idea that college may just be more harmful to our community than helpful. Are we bettering ourselves? Or are we falling prey to the College Trap?
Blacks in Amerikkka and across the Diaspora are certainly no stranger to danger. Is our perilous past responsible for our present-day low tolerance for risk? Or does the responsibility to explore more efficient paths to wealth rest on our shoulders?
Today, information is more widely available than ever before. Everything from online classes to one on one coaching exsist to teach us anything we want to, or need to know. Why then, aren't we learning about wealth? What is our issue with gaining applicable knowledge? Or better yet, for those of us that do know, how do we close the knowing-doing gap?
By 2020...A mere 1.5 years from now, Black households are projected to LOSE 18% of the Wealth we dont have...while White households are expected to see an increase by 3%. And while we're reportedly making Middle class INCOME we have virtually no ownership in wealth building assets. What are we doing wrong? Is it too late to change? Are stuck as a permanent underclass? Or is there a Pathway to Wealth?
We've all heard the saying Money doesn't grow on trees. And, better yet, that Money is the root of all evil. Even if we wave off these negative correlations with money as adults, many of us are still living with these mentalities and our bank accounts are proof. In this episode let's talk about how our bad juju with money makes for consistent financial hard times and what we can do about it.
Black history is littered with examples of strong financial empires. Even modern day examples such as Black Wall Street illuminate our ability to build and amass wealth.
In recent times, those generational wealth building mindsets have seemingly disappeared as we struggle with day to day life.
In this episode, we'll talk about some key mindset shifts we need to make to bring back our wealth building drive.