Author Archives: Mastering You

About Mastering You

"Mastering You" is about helping African American's to see their value in this world. I post only positive stories and information about what African American's have contributed to society in the past and currently. I don't post anything about Sports, Entertainment, Religion, or Politics. I also don't post anything that has a negative spin. While I am aware that there are negative things happening all over the world and that most people focus on the above four topics when it comes to African American's that is not my goal. If all you heard was negativity about any race that's all you will come to expect from them and everything else will be out of the norm. My goal is to show everyone that the negativity is often out of the norm, or at best they are equal to the positive. Just like every other race.

A Black Woman’s Guide to Fixing Bad Credit

There are a number of black women who find themselves in a bad credit situation. If you are one of them, do not panic because there are ways on how you can still fix your credit score. Here are some tips to improve your credit. Continue reading

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The Success Behind One of the Wealthiest African-American Women in the U.S.

Cathy Hughes is recognized as the first African-American woman to manage a company under NASDAQ. She acquired over 70 radio stations and created a multimedia empire called Radio One Inc. Radio One is the country’s biggest black-owned media company where Hughes sits as the founder and chairperson. Continue reading

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King’s Letter To His Teacher For ‘Lying’ About Christopher Columbus

“Today was not a good learning day. Blah, blah, blah,” he wrote. “I only wanted to hear you not talking. You said something wrong and I can’t listen when I hear lies.” Continue reading

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Ayesha McGowan Is Getting Ready To Become the First Black Woman Pro Cyclist

Ayesha McGowan is one woman of color with a bubbly personality with quite a remarkable resilient charm.
To her, she developed the idea of pro cycling after looking around for black female pro cyclists but unfortunately couldn’t find one. Therefore, she took the challenge upon herself to be her ‘own’ role model. Continue reading

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Viral Marketing Your Website

So, you got a business! You even got your business website up and running just the way you want it to be. You are plugging it all over the place…Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Myspace, Instagram, Pinterest, G+, Black Junction and maybe even a few other platforms and still nothing is working. Continue reading

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Facebook Group Aims To Change The Narrative About Black Fathers

The group—which was founded by Matt Prestbury—was designed as an avenue to connect and uplift Black dads, the news outlet writes. Prestbury—who has four children—was inspired to start the group, dubbed Black Fathers, after going through his own experiences with fatherhood. Continue reading

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THE LUPUS LOOP: SIGNS FOR ONE OF THE MOST MISDIAGNOSED DISEASES

Lupus is an autoimmune disease that attacks the healthy tissues inside of your body. Unlike HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) where the immune system is underactive, lupus causes your immune system to be overactive. Continue reading

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