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"It's Chess, Not Checkers"
We have relationships with restaurants all over the city of Indianapolis, and to tell you the truth, it is one of the great joys of writing for Scoop Magazine. You can eat great food, but even more, you get to meet and find about the wonderful people who operate these establishments. The hard work, the Read More
TRUST WHAT YOU KNOW
Let Us Speak, And Pray
By: Leslie D. Reed
“Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear. And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, by whom you were sealed for the day of redemption.” (Eph 4:29,30)
For me to be able to share a word, or a thought, idea or if I am able, to impart wisdom, is as great an honor as one can have. Thank you. Thanks Cliff Robinson. I hope it Read More
TALK THAT TALK
By Attorney Corey L. Scott
“And they defeated him by the blood of the lamb and by their testimony. And they did not love their lives so much that they were afraid to die.” Revelation 12:11
In the wee morning hours of Sunday, June 25, 2023, IMPD Officers were already in the area when gunshots rang out in the 800 block of Broad Ripple Avenue. When police arrived, they found four (4) people shot. Three of those people died and identified as Twain Henning, 24; Kaleyia Preer, 22; and Christopher Lee Wilson Jr., 19. All
Making This Shift Can Radically Improve Your Life
David Gibson: Author, Entrepreneur, And Speaker
80% of new year’s resolutions are broken by the month of February
60% of smokers who initially stop smoking resort back to smoking
Gyms report that during the month of January (Pre-Covid) they experience an average of 15% increase in memberships, but nearly 70% of those members stop going after 24 weeks
70% of lottery winners end up broke a few years after winning millions of dollars and 1/3 of those individuals end up filing for bankruptcy.
What’s the challenge? —The most common mistake we often make is that we spend all of our time and energy attempting to change our behavior, our circumstances, or outcomes…which are important to aspire to improve but aren’t the most important things that need to be changed. What should we then focus on to enhance our results? What will Read More
BY SYNERGY AKA SIR NOBLE JABU UNEQUA GANODU
DISREGARD MY FEELINGS
SHARE NO LOVE
GET COLD HEARTED
BREAK MY HEART FOR ONCE
THAT'LL DO THE TRICK
THIS IS NOT A GAME
YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON THIS
LIFE AIN'T FOR FREE
THAT'S ON ME
CATCH UP WITH YOU
DON'T FOLLOW UP WITH ME
DON'T GIVE YOUR BEST
YOU'RE NOT RESPONSIBLE
FOR MY LIFE STRESS
DON'T LET ME SEE
CREATE YOUR OWN REPARATIONS
By: Soraya Garner
In August 2021, the Biden Administration announced its plans to double the number of federal contracts that go to small, disadvantaged businesses by fifty percent.
Most entrepreneurs will admit that they have ‘heard of federal government contracting,’ but they just don’t know how to begin this business pursuit. They may have shied away given conversation with Read More
A team player always invests in the development of their peers
By: Dr. Michael C. Carson Features Editor Scoop Magazine
A team is a group of people who come together to achieve a common goal. A team player is someone invested in doing their best for their team’s success. I am blessed and honored to be a member of a number of wonderful teams! Seasoned Career Services Professional Jennifer Herrity shared, “A team player is someone who actively contributes to their group in Read More
SUCCESS AND ACHIEVEMENTS WERE NOT ENOUGH
By: Steve Cannon
On the morning of Jan 30th, 2022, Cheslie Corrinne Kryst, took her life by leaping from her Manhattan apartment. She was only 30yrs old. What stunned family and friends is that she had many achievements and by many standards, incredibly successful.
Ms. Kryst accomplishments were a mile long; in school she was captain of the cheer squad, captain of the track team and co-president of the Beta Club. During her senior year, she was crowned Miss Fort Mill High at the school’s beauty pageant. She went on to Read More
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