Top Black Success Lenses
Squidoo Lenses Focusing on the Success and Achievements of People of African Heritage
Listing Black Success lenses helps us all to become more aware of our successes and achievements as people of African heritage.
This lens offers lensographies of the best Black Success lenses on Squidoo.
3 things you should know about Black Success
1) African Americans and others in the African Diaspora were brainwashed for many generations to believe that we were inferior to other races. This is why it is important for us to celebrate Black success.
2) People of African heritage are good at everything. Black success is celebrated in the book Black Success Stories (see below).
3) The ebook What They Don't Want Us to Know (see the Resources section below) will help you achieve your dreams.
4) The Law of Attraction says, the more we dwell on success, the more success we will attract. This is a very practical method. You can read the examples in the books mentioned above and apply them to your own experience.
Okay, that's four things. You can find a list of African heritage resources, including libraries, museums and more, below.
Featured Lenses - Top Black Success Lenses
Books for Black Upliftment
These are books for Black people's upliftment, empowerment, motivation and success. We have achieved so much, and we can achieve so much more. We need to re...
Barack Obama: African American Success Story
Click here to read interviews with Zhana or listen to audio interviews with Zhana. President Obama has accepted the Democratic nomination for President. He ...
Are you guilty of downplaying your achievements? How can African American people achieve our goals? The more we dwell on our successes,the more successful w...
Do You Think Like a Success?
Black Success Stories contains practical advice and suggestions. We are highly talented, highly skilled, highly gifted and highly successful. Black people a...
Books for Truth-Seekers
I'm making this page about the More Black Success free ebooks because every day, in the papers and on TV, we get the bad news. Crime, violence, political int...
This lens celebrates museums documenting the lives of people of African heritage all over the world. It includes museums in Africa and the United States, as ...
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These lenses celebrate Black achievers.
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Strong Black Business Community Headquarters
News and views by and about business owners of African heritage anywhere in the world. How can we build a strong black business community? By working togethe...
Oscar Micheaux, the First Major African American filmmaker
Oscar Micheaux, the first major African American filmmaker, wrote, directed and produced more than 40 African American films. This lens explores Oscar Miche...
- Black Success Audios
The purpose of these Black success audios is to support you in achieving your goals and realizing your dreams. They are free of charge, so have a listen.
- Nurture Success
An online community for people of African heritage. To help you achieve your goals and fulfil your dreams. Led by Zhana, the author of Success Strategies for Black People.
- What They Don't Want Us to Know
Do you want to keep doing the same old things and getting the same old results? Or are you willing to do something different and dramatically improve your results? This ebook by Zhana, author of Success Strategies for Black People, contains loads of
- Free Download - Your 3-Step Formula for Success
This ebook can help you achieve your goals in every area of your life. Download a free chapter from What They Don't Want Us to Know, which contains your 3-Step Success Formula.
Black Success Books
Practical, effective methods to help you achieve your goals. To read about how to get the best from this book, see Success Strategies for Black People
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Highly talented, highly skilled, highly gifted and highly successful. Black people are good at everything.
Includes an interview with the late Len Garrison, founder of the Black Cultural Archives in South London, in which he explains how to research your history.