“Help I Need Love” is a new docu-series created and directed by Paul Carrick Brunson, and airs this weekend!
Julie M. Holloway, curator of TEW (The Entrepreneur Within You) has joined a group of social media ambassadors whom are helping spread the word about this awesome new docu-series about a single mom who is seeking to find real, true LOVE.
One of the co-authors of TEW Volume 4 – the Creative Edition, Yanni Brown, Chicago-based relationship expert will co-host a watch party in Chicago. Details below!
Please join us by tuning in Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 9 PM CST on ABC. and watch with us Master Matchmaker Paul C. Brunson helps them and single moms, single women all over, overcome the obstacles that we as women sometimes have standing in our way to get the love they deserve. Paul followed 3 women for almost a year to see them through to the transformation they desired. Did they make it? You will have to tune in to find out Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 9 PM CST on ABC.
LIVE VIEWING PARTY IN CHICAGO
Join us for the world premiere of ABC’s newest tv show, “Help! I Need Love” hosted by Paul C. Brunson. Enjoy mingling, networking, and the show, then stay for conversation and more. We will talk all things single in the fun, warm environment, of the newly remodeled Studio Movie Grill. Get your complimentary tickets, and your friends, and enjoy the night with us.
Studio Movie Grill
210 West 87th Street
Chicago, IL 60620
Share this post with your family, friends and anyone you know who’s a single mother! Use the hashtag #INeedLove, #Spreadlove #Sharelove #MakingLoveBetterTwoGether
Thanks for tuning in!
Hope to hear your thoughts on the show this weekend.
Artwork by JMH
THE OFFICIAL TEW 4 CO-AUTHOR LIST ANNOUNCED TODAY
Foreword by Craig A. Anderson
The Book Series
While some people are born with an inherent entrepreneurial knack, many successful entrepreneurs channel their business savvy through the advice and experience of others. Aspiring business owners can hone their skills with the help of “The Entrepreneur Within You.” This book is a collection of both inspirational and practical business advice from designer and marketer, Julie Holloway.
In addition to Holloway’s tips as a seasoned professional, there are a number of other contributing authors who each pen a chapter on a variety of business topics as well as personal reflection regarding the road to entrepreneurial success in this inspirational business anthology. TEW Volume 3 was published August, 2015 and TEW Volume 4 (The Creative Edition) will be released in June, 2017.
Our vision as a national collection of well-regarded entrepreneurs who are trendsetters, visionaries and who are passionately pursuing their dreams. Our desire is to empower, equip and inspire others to do the same while sharing our stories and experiences. Grab a copy of #TEW today in our shop or on Amazon.com!
Learn how to channel “The Entrepreneur Within You” with resources from the TEWYou crew:
Pages of Action + Inspiration – TEWYou volumes 1, 2 and 3 have inspired hundreds of entrepreneurs of all ages. Learn from the 36 contributing entrepreneurs what it takes to be your own boss and how to get to your entrepreneurial happy place.
TEWYou Blog – With a wide variety of contributors, our blog features thought leaders and entrepreneurs who are grinding in their own businesses, and helping you work on yours. We are now accepting guest bloggers!
College Tours – Our TEW crew is setting out to visit campuses to inspire and talk about their experiences being living, breathing, successful entrepreneurs. Tour dates to be released shortly.
TEW Events – Each month we actively plan, organize or attend social functions to expand our brand’s footprint and to inspire others.
TEW Apparel – Our new clothing line is a physical way to express your love for small biz + entrepreneurship and share the message with others; let’s grind! #onthegrind
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Fundraising will support the launch, marketing and bringing TEW to local colleges this summer! Join us!
Mr. Anderson, my high-school art teacher taught us the ‘business of art’ – I will never forget it! I am so honored that he has written the forward for The Entrepreneur Within You volume 4 – the “creative” edition! (Release, June 2017) — JMH (Julie M. Holloway, TEW founder/author/curator)
Here is his statement of work:
I BELIEVE IN PERCEPTUAL PROCESS. A PROCESS THAT IS AN ON-GOING, SIMULTANEOUS, MULTI-LAYERED, MULTIDIMENSIONAL, EVER-CHANGING, ATTEMPT AT NORMALITY. THIS EXISTENTIAL-PHENOMENOLOGICAL AESTHETIC BALANCES A LINEAR-LATERAL APPROACH TO THINKING; A SUBJECTIVE DISCOVERY OF THE COMMONPLACE, THE ORDINARY, THE OBVIOUSNESS OF EXISTING; AND THE SIMPLE EXPRESSION OF TRUTH BY OVERLAPPING MARKS TO CREATE A SPACE ON A FLAT SURFACE. BY OVERLAPPING, A “PUSH-PULL” EFFECT IS CREATED. A POINT OF DEPARTURE, RATHER THAN A CONCLUSION. THIS INVITES PERCEPTUAL PARTICIPATION. THE PROCESS OF PERCEPTUAL “DIALECTICAL MATERIALISM” IS THE ESSENCE OF “NOWNESS” OR THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF TRUTH. I BELIEVE AND SUBSCRIBE TO GOTTLIEB & ROTHKO’S TENET, “WE FAVOR THE SIMPLE EXPRESSION OF COMPLEX THOUGHT.”
– Craig A. Anderson
Social media is a powerful marketing tool for entrepreneurs, bloggers, business owners, and self-published authors. Popular sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram have changed the way we market to our customers, by allowing businesses to reach them directly.
When it comes to growing your business using social media, there are some best practices. Here we share a few ways to use social media to grow your business in the African American community.
1. Be consistent
This is our number one tip for a reason! Your blog posts should be well-thought-out and scheduled to keep an active blog, well—active. Your social media should also be scheduled to ensure you are posting often. Sticking to your plan and being consistent will go a long way to making your brand look professional.
2. Tailor content to a specific social platform
Managing several social platforms for one brand, it’s important that you give each site its own personality. Although you can share the same blog on various platforms, you should format your posts to the site you’re posting on.
For example, you shouldn’t use hashtags on LinkedIn, but you should on Twitter and Instagram.
3. Push the most on the networks that you get the most engagement on
If you see one social network is getting more attention than your other social networks, then put the most time into growing that network. Some networks are going to work better than others for your brand, and it’s important you go where your audience is.
4. Write good content
The best way to get traffic to your website is to write engaging content that your audience can relate to. It’s better to have one potential customer than one hundred followers who aren’t interested in what you have to offer.
5. Balance your posting between business and fun
It’s important to mix both business and fun social posts into your marketing plan. Although the fun posts may attract more people and get more likes, the business posts will attract potential customers. Having a balance of each will keep your brand fun and informative.
6. Celebrate events and culture
A good way to engage African Americans is by posting about African American events and culture. You could host a giveaway or a contest pertaining to the event to push engagement. A few upcoming events you should keep in mind:
- African American History Month: February 2017
- African American Day Parade: September 17, 2017
- Kwanzaa: December 26, 2017