August 14, 2017

Stop the Addictions and BE FREE!

Stop the Addictions and BE FREE! By Tina Black   Not long ago, God birthed a series of books in me. My son Justin and I are working on one called BE FREE. Originally my plan was to help people be free from prescription medication and all sorts of addictive substances, because of the obvious destruction they cause, but I …

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July 28, 2016

Leadership Lessons I Observed in Africa

Leadership Lessons I Observed in Africa By Tina Black In the first two weeks of May 2016, my husband and I traveled with a team from the nonprofit Coco’s Foundation, which partners with the nonprofit Food 4 Africa organization to feed, clothe, and build shelter for families in South Africa. During those two weeks, I observed many leadership lessons, which …

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July 13, 2016

Top 10 Ways to Assassinate Procrastination

Top 10 Ways to Assassinate Procrastination By Tina Black Remember last week I told you that I struggle with procrastination, and I promised to give you my top 10 ways to keep it to a minimum? Let me tell you, this is as much for me as it is for you. And it’s perfect, because now you will help hold …

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June 6, 2016

10 Secrets to Becoming the Highest-Paid Staff Member

10 Secrets to Becoming the Highest-Paid Staff Member   As a business owner for almost 20 years, I am often perplexed about why people don’t strive to become the highest-paid employee in my company. After all, if you’re going to work, why not be one of the highest paid? Isn’t it all about making money? Besides, the more money a …

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June 2, 2016

5 Habits of Billionaire John Paul DeJoria

  As most of you know, I am a Paul Mitchell School owner and grateful to be business partners with Winn Claybaugh, Dean of Paul Mitchell Schools, and John Paul DeJoria, cofounder of John Paul Mitchell Systems and majority owner of Patron Tequila. Recently, John Paul was featured on CNBC’s Follow the Leader show, and he was amazing, to say …

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May 27, 2016

Tina Black Representing Paul Mitchell Schools in Africa

In the first two weeks of May, my husband and I traveled with a team from the nonprofit CoCo’s Foundation, which partners with the nonprofit Food 4 Africa organization to feed, clothe, and build shelter for families in South Africa. During those two weeks, I observed many leadership lessons. Over the next 10 weeks I’ll share them with you and, …

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