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Why do you want to join Black Business Women Online?
To meet like minded individuals who share a passion for fulfilling their God given purpose in life!
What's Your Business?
HBCU kidz, Inc.
About Me:
Busy Mompreneur with three helpers/business partners (hubby, 4 year old and 5 year old)

I enjoy children and advocacy concerning projects that uplift and promote a positive approach to living.
Website:
http://www.HBCUkidz.com
Favorite Website
http://www.BlackParentConnect.com
What are your most common online activities?
Blogging, networking, researching and occasional shopping :)

Looking for a UNIQUE AND INSPIRATIONAL BABY GIFT?

HBCU kidz Radio interview

"Education! Important GEAR for LIFE."

HBCU
kidz TV Appearance

My personal philosophy is "My salvation is worth more than my salary or commission". I believe that we all have a purpose and that our interactions with one another help us fulfill that purpose. I enjoy community development, urban renewal and strategic business planning. I fundamentally believe that 1) It takes a village to raise a village 2) Each one must reach one 3) Without a vision a people will perish 4) Without a satisfied customer, you have NO business being in business. I absolutely enjoy connecting with people who have a passion for living, deal authentically with others and enjoy positive and inspiring projects!

About HBCU kidz, Inc.

"WE believe our kids are our future. We also believe that education is important gear for life. Just like a football player wears a helmet, a surgeon wears a mask, a judge wears a robe, or even as a carpenter carries a hammer. Every baby needs to be dressed for success at home. Success begins at birth and every baby born is a gift from God. We want U to help connect the kids to the colleges. HBCU kidz is a family business committed to serving families." Tommy and Joan Gosier

We can only reap what has been sown" Galatians 6:7-8

"When spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion" Ethiopian Proverb

May God bless you and yours from the Gosier Family!

Joan E. Gosier's Blog

Promotions, Promises and Perceptions (3 Ps)

Posted on July 18, 2008 at 10:36am 0 Comments

Just curious.

I know how drugs are promoted in many communities.

I know how sex is promised in many videos and ads in
many communities.

I know how many people perceive black culture.

How do we promote, promise or perceive education in our
households with children age 0-6 years old?


Joan Gosier, CEO of HBCU kidz, Inc.

HBCUkidz.com

Focus on Achievement-#6 in a Series of Discussions

Posted on March 31, 2008 at 7:27pm 0 Comments



Focus on Achievement-#6 in a Series of Discussions



By Joan E. Gosier, CEO of HBCU kidz, Inc.



Definition of GAP [a problem caused by some disparity] Pronunciation: \?gap\ Function: noun



Science +Math +Artifacts of Culture +Reading +Test Taking Tips=Gap Closure



Did you know that there is a 18% gap in parents reading to children at home between black and white parents?



Source: US… Continue

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At 1:21am on April 30, 2010, Netra said…
Hey Joan,

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At 12:37pm on May 25, 2009, LaShanda Henry said…
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At 10:14pm on July 20, 2008, Tammy Corley-White said…
Hi Joan, It's been a little busy around here with summer vacation coming to an end, but I hope we will be able to connect soon.
Tammy
At 12:45am on June 21, 2008, Tammy Corley-White said…
Hi Joan, you have a lovely family! I think what you are doing is great because we have to plant these seeds at an early age... I have a site www.myas-place.com that is designed to promote a positive self image in children of color. Please take an opportunity to view it and I look forward to chatting with you soon.
I'm a new member and just really getting my feet wet with online networking!
Be Blessed,
Tammy
At 1:06am on June 17, 2008, Tammy Clark www.tamclark.com said…
What a beautiful family. Much success to you. Tammy in Atlanta.
At 11:47pm on May 24, 2008, Sharvette, Radio Host said…
At 3:49pm on April 29, 2008, Michelle Patterson said…
Joan - thank you so much for all the information! I watched the clip...how exciting for you! Congratulations on everything, you deserve it!

I would love for you to join my Sistas Online group (I just made it...group newbie here!) - trying to gather all the women who have taken their businesses online and share helpful tips and tricks, and I think you'd be able to contribute a lot!

This may sound like a silly question to someone as web-savvy as yourself, but have you heard of Microsoft's Office Live Small Business? I just switched over to it, and it's really great for organizing all your online activities (something I've always had such a problem with). It's a perfect one-stop shop to host e-mail addresses, a free domain name for a year, and a customized e-commerce site, just to name a few :)

Even though you already have a website, you can still switch to OLSB and keep the same site and use it to manage everything! (The best part is the Email Marketing Beta: you can send email blasts and keep in touch with your customers and send them info about sales or new products...and you can keep track of who's opening the emails!)

You can see more about it at http://smallbusiness.officelive.com/

OLSB has been a great tool for me! If you have any questions at all, I work with Microsoft so feel free to e-mail me at michellepatterson@officeliveusers.com.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Thanks again, Joan!

Best Wishes,
Michelle
At 11:17pm on April 28, 2008, Dorothy J. Griggs, EA said…
Hello Joan! Great products and I'm loving your life's mission. I too have a passion for young people. My hubby and I are Howard grads, and I like the concept.

Have you thought about attending some of the homecomings in the fall as a vendor or attending some of the HBCU college fairs. We just had one at Cobb Galleria here in Metro Atlanta a couple of weeks ago that would have you in front of a few thousand prospects. You may also want to contact some of the HBCU alumni groups in your city to see when they hold their monthly meeting. Maybe you can have a vendor table at the next meeting. Most of us have kiddies and want to show our 'pride'.

Just a thought :-) My apologies for putting on my 'coaching' hat. It's almost second nature to me. :-)

Looking forward to networking with you.....

Peace and blessings!
 
 
 

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