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About Me:(Generous response attract more interest)
You should know that Kwasi Akyeampong is a Personal Performance Coach.
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* Personal Performance
* Relationships
* Sales

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MY PURPOSE -

Being Generator - Making a Difference: Being used up for a mighty - being complete in the service of others.

VALUES THAT ARE AT THE HEART OF WHO I AM:

Being Intrusive
Being Forgiving
Being Acknowledging
Being Ruthlessly compassionate
Being Powerful
Dancing with the Conversation
Creating from Nothing
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Integrity

WHAT I CAN BE COUNTED ON FOR:

Being Generous in Causing and Inventing Power, Freedom, Full Self Expression, Self Determination and a World that Works for Each and Everyone.

: KWASI Akyeampong
Boldly going where I have never gone before with Purpose, Grace and Ease.

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TheBlackList was born in June, 1993 - before the World Wide Web. We were theMarcusGarveyBBS.
The name TheBlackList is a response to what I saw as a the tendancy among us to disregard those who do not embrace our point-of-view in total. It is a play upon word that points to how we murder each other with language.

This is the key to the endurance of TheBlackList - we respect everyone's Point-of -the view.

As moderator, I remove myself and my view from the conversation, thus, creating a safe space for others to speak.

In this new forum - TheBlackList Pub - I as the barkeeper will speak and have others speak.

This will be a forum for engaging in an uncommon conversation - and introspective conversation, a conversation given by self being a cell of the whole. We will engage in a open conversation with the world - educating the the world as we deucate us. This is an opportunity to be Africans while being in the world. Who do I have to be to lay with dogs and not get flees?
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Project 21: Sharpton March on D.C. will do nothing but stir up tension and not address root causes of high crime in Black communities

Posted on December 11, 2014 at 11:40am 4 Comments

EPIC FAIL: Sharpton March on Washington Probably Won't Address Jobs or Freedom - Making It Nothing like the 1963 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Event Sharpton Seeks to Mimic

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Paul G. Allen Commits to Enhancing Communication Capabilities in West Africa to Help Fight Ebola

Posted on November 17, 2014 at 3:06pm 0 Comments

Philanthropist Paul G. Allen announced today that he and the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation will ship more than 10,000 specially programmed smartphones toWest Africa to enhance data collection and identify aid needs. Additionally, Mr. Allen is providing a grant to NetHope to further connectivity throughoutLiberia, …

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At 10:57am on May 11, 2015,
Africa
Jasmin Rowe MBE
said…

Thank you Brother Kwasi, As secretary to the African Diaspora Returnees in Ethiopia, it has been a struggle. We don't give up.

Thanking you for  your support an encouragement, Knowing that others are in the west fighting for the United States Of Africa, its lightens our load, but not stop the struggle,

blessings

Sista Jasmin

At 12:18pm on November 17, 2014,
Africa
Adeyemi Adeleye Tunwase
said…

No problem sir, I will do that subsequently!

At 8:35am on November 17, 2014,
Africa
Adeyemi Adeleye Tunwase
said…

Thanks very much for the correspondence sir, I am glad for the heart felt Africaness you and your organization have displayed. Yes truly, I am currently familiarising with the website. Once again thanks sir Elder Kwasi. Adeleye

At 8:09am on November 3, 2014,
Georgia
Hassan Ariiste Raheem
said…

Greetings Brother KWESI,
please blast this video out to our people.
It's vital to go viral.
Thanks,
Hassan

At 8:01pm on October 31, 2014,
South
Charles David Brooks, III
said…

Thank you for welcoming me the way you did!

At 5:03am on July 8, 2014,
Africa
Awesome Jayne
said…

SIR AM SO SO VERY SORRY FOR BOTHERING YOU WITH PERSONAL MESSAGE. FIND A PLACE IN YOU HEART TO FORGIVE ME I PRAY AMEN. SHALLOM SIR.

At 12:57pm on May 30, 2014,
Chicago-Midwest
FAHEEM JUDAH-EL TJETI
said…

Peace & much blessings Kwasi..... Faheem Judah-El

At 11:42am on March 4, 2014,
Georgia
Raushana Karriem
said…

Thank you for accepting us back. We are at a crucial moment in our history in America. We must be united in this quest for Reparations for our people. Raushana Karriem, CEO and Editor of Muhammad Speaks Newspaper

At 11:40am on March 4, 2014,
Georgia
Raushana Karriem
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At 8:22am on January 19, 2014,
Africa
sajichyang
said…

thanks for the advise.I am learning Pole pole - swahili for slowly

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