Controlling Your Outcome through Business Acumen

It’s been a while since I’ve shared a post on here saying anything about what I have going on. However, I want to share a little bit about a situation that I have going on. Last month, I cut my hours in half because I was considering leaving my job and going somewhere else. I felt that my job was taking us for granted and treating us poorly. All we heard were gripes about us underperforming. So, I began searching elsewhere. I quickly found another company that pays just as much as I currently earn. Moreover, I’d control my schedule. So, I built a strong hand to leverage. I, initially, intended to drop my current company the 1st day of training at the new company. However, my trainer advised that I try it out first to ensure that I was comfortable with the role. Furthermore, while I was in training at my new job, I had a discussion with my supervisor at my current job and negotiated terms of service that would convince me to stay; I hinted at the leverage that I had. I called for balan…

Be My Tool

Right now, America is in a state of political unrest. ADOS is loud and rampant. Members are showing up and disrupting events. These actions are cultivating our messages to the main stage—rather the dominant society likes it or not. This political unrest is necessary to ensure our empowerment. Now, I’m going to point to something that Professor Black Truth (PBT) said in a video. He mentioned having one of ours run as a candidate. Now, unfortunately, we don’t have anyone to do that. However, we have a member of the dominant society that has whistled to us that she’s okay with isolating herself from her community. Of course, she’ll need some guidance. However, currently, she’s our best prospect for forwarding our message on the political stage. Now, truthfully, it’s highly unlikely that she’ll win. She’ll probably lose by a landslide. However, this is the long game. We’re in this for the long haul. Every next step will get us further to our objective. Like PBT said, the 1st candidate get…

The Media’s Influence on Culture

Anyone that reads my posts can tell that I’m an ardent anime fan. So, I’m going to point out something that I’ve peeped in recent animes that’s becoming a norm. I’m noticing a rise in harems in animes that aren’t harems. Examples of these are animes such as “That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime,” “The Rising of The Shield Hero,” and “Overlord.” None of these animes are harems. They’re all isekais. 
An isekai is an anime about a protagonist that gets transported to another world. Examples of older isekais are series such as “Inuyasha,”  “Fushigi Yugi,” and “Digimon Adventure.”
It used to be that harems were a very defined genre. Most harems were mostly slice of life—albeit done in different settings. They’re generally favored by women—ironically. However, the aforementioned series hold more serious tones and are favored more by men. Also, these series are more popular than isekais typically are. Prior to the popularity of Sword Art Online, the last major isekai was “.Hack//Sign.” I ne…

Winning Over The Guardians At Play

When I initially made this post, I decided to leave off a story of applying this. I just wanted folks to focus on the information. However, I’ve decided to update this post and include the story. So, years ago, while at work on my lunch break, we stopped by a Subway restaurant. While there, I saw this fine broad sitting with her grandmother eating. At this time, I worked for a school bus company. So, I was dressed in a t-shirt, reflector vest, jeans, and steel-toe boots. I forgot what shawty was wearing. However, she was dressed comfortably.
Anyway, I introduced myself to her grandmother. I let her grandmother know that I was there on lunch, and I was with my coworkers. I approached the grandmother as though she was the mother—just in case. I told her that I noticed her daughter and wanted to introduce myself--with her permission. From here, the grandmother asked me a few questions about what do I do. I let her know that I’m training to drive school buses for when school starts back. W…

Fed Admits Massive Number of People NOT Working! U.S. Economy in Real Crisis

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We Don’t Live in a Capitalist Society

America falsely labels our economy capitalistic. However, this is a misnomer. A true capitalist society is based on survival of the fittest. Only the strong survive. So, in a pure capitalist economy, former President Obama would’ve never bailed out “too big to fail” companies. They would’ve just failed. Further proof that we live in a racially biased country are the multiple companies complaining about being understaffed—despite the numerous under-employed (and unemployed) Black people in this country. These companies are holding out for qualified White candidates. In a purely capitalist society, only the most qualified individuals would get the job. Also, people would be paid based on merit. Right now, people are paid based on their race and gender. White men earn the most. Hispanic women earn the least. However, we’re all aware that—if you go to any professional job that entails service—the Black people will be the hardest working employees. This is despite being paid less than our …

Combatting Racially-Charged Reverse Psychology Tactics

This post is late; however, I want to talk about combating these tactics. This post stems from the racially-charged reverse psychology attacks that Black men received during the Jussie Smollett controversy. Many Black men were skeptical about the entire incident. Some were like myself. I was on the fence. I didn't have all of the details. So, I decided to wait until more information was released. Furthermore, before speaking up for Jussie Smollet, I wanted to know would he emphasize his attack as being a racially-charged attack or a sexuality-charged attack. We have to be very selective of whom we speak up for--lest we have another Teresa Klein incident.
Now, Black people with their thinking caps on didn't immediately jump to Jussie's defense. However, that doesn't mean that we initially believed the NYPD either. We sat back and gathered more details. Ultimately, his scars and the medical report would reveal the truth. Moreover, it did. Jussie did not have the kind of i…