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Everyone has a credit card.3 out of 10 people with credit will most likely get into trouble with the, So how do you use them?
We came up with this idea after seeing the fact that most people pay interests before they even start paying their credit balance. Before they can realize this they are already 10, 000 dollar in debt. Now this is where G.M.C.H Capital Investments Investments Limited working with some non-profit organization comes in. Please see the below Debt-Wipe.
I recently interviewed for a position with Npower.org to teach computers to a group of young men and women who have been identified as "underprivileged" and i wanted to discuss why during the interview i said i won't be teaching "underprivileged" students I will be teaching students. When i was in high school I used to teach a young man by the name of Jamal in Math.
NPOWER.ORG:connect nonprofits to technology so that they can discover powerful new ways of serving their clients and communities
Please find time to check the website out: http://www.npower.org/. I recently interviewed for an Instructor position to teach computers to students coming from a a diffculty social as well as economic background. I will be writing extensively about my work ( 18 weeks) in the hopes of getting some advise and criticism about my approach.
I have done extensive research in the area of finance regarding business origination and financial sustainability. I had been working on a contract in Zambia, Africa that just was approved and hence the start of venture capital firm called G.M.C.H Capital Investments of which Im CEO, but I have a Chief Operating Officer incharge of the company in Zambia Africa.
As an aspiring politician/businessman with an intellectual interest in economics, i often struggle between the idealism in me and the intellectual obligations i feel i have to economics as an area of study. Often when i engage in a project, i always look at ways of sustaininig it but i find that that side of consideration is hardly the norm among most folks.
There is a lot we can learn from a friend of mine. His name is Christopher Koehs and i met him at the Congressional Black Caucus the summer of 2007. The man is the epitome of progress and reminded me of the whites who fought along side blacks in the civil rights movement. He went to Morehouse College and now is at Kwazulu Natal doing grassroots.
TOTALLY RADICAL: A MARXIST/ INTERNATIONAL CAPITALIST SPEAKS
Obama Will Take Us Backward By Channeling Keynes: Amity Shlaes
Commentary by Amity Shlaes