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Whatablessing Reports…What is a Joint Venture Partnership?

What is a Joint Venture Partnership  and how do they work?

Matthew 18-19 Again I say unto you, That if two of you shall agree on earth as touching any thing that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven.

Joint Ventures: The Power of Partnership
When two people join forces, there’s a certain synergy that takes place, that’s why many e-business folks are seeking out joint ventures. What IS a joint venture (JV for short) you ask? Basically it’s when you agree to form a partnership and jointly promote someone.

Advantages of a Joint Venture
Here are some benefits you can realize from forming joint venture.
Joint Venture Benefit 1. EXPOSURE: You can instantly “double” the exposure of your products and services by tapping into each other’s built-in audiences, business relationships, and mail lists.

Joint Venture Benefit 2. MENTORING: As partners, you’ll form a powerful relationship and learn from one another. As you create plans together, each partner’s specialties and
knowledge will complement the others.

Joint Venture Benefit 3. FORM A DYNAMIC DUO: Being associated with other highly successful business people enhances your image and reputation. Plus it gives you OPM, Other Peoples Money Plus OPT Other Peoples Time, Talent, and Techniques AND OPE, Other Peoples Energy, Education and Enthusiasm

If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. Two heads are better than one. United we stand.
If you are a church or business owner who wants to significantly increase market reach, break down barriers to entry in your market, or simply generate skyrocketing revenues in a shorter amount of time, these old adages are becoming more and more relevant.

You are about to learn one of the most powerful tools I know of for being successful in today’s competitive business atmosphere. I’m of course talking about Joint Ventures, or specifically, teaming up with another person, group of persons, or business entity for the purpose of expanding your business influence and creating a more powerful market presence.

Joint Ventures are in, and if you’re not utilizing this strategic weapon, chances are your competition is, or will soon be, using this to their advantage…. possibly against you!
Our primary goal is to make you a successful joint venture. This will happen if you are an informed entrepreneur. Thus, it is necessary for us to dive into the technical aspects of joint ventures. Specifically:
What is a joint venture?
How does it work?
Should I start a joint venture?
What are my chances of success?
What are the risks involved?
Goal of the Joint Venture Partnership is $500k (ROI) for everyone involved.
Total Cost of Investment $1275 with an initial one-time $5 out of pocket the rest is paid through profits and not out of pocket. Computer System does all the work. it’s a cash leveraging, compounding and duplicating program

What is a joint venture?
A joint venture is a strategic alliance where two or more parties, usually businesses, form a partnership to share markets, intellectual property, assets, knowledge, and, of course, profits. A joint venture differs from a merger in the sense that there is no transfer of ownership in the deal.

This partnership can happen between members of your church/organization
Or your business customers.

Companies with identical products and services can also join forces to penetrate markets they wouldn’t or couldn’t consider without investing tremendous resources. Furthermore, due to local regulations, some markets can only be penetrated via joint venturing with a local business.

In some cases, a large company can decide to form a joint venture with a smaller business in order to quickly acquire critical intellectual property, technology, or resources otherwise hard to obtain, even with plenty of cash at their disposal.

How does a joint venture work?
The process of partnering is a well-known, time-tested principle. The critical aspect of a joint venture does not lie in the process itself but in its execution. We all know what needs to be done: specifically, it is necessary to join forces. See Gods Money Feeder at

It is easy to overlook the “hows”and”whats” in the excitement of the moment.

We will look at the “hows” in our review of the Critical Factors of Success. For the moment, let’s keep in mind that all mergers, large or small, need to be planned in detail and executed following a strict plan in order to keep all the chances of success on your side.

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Think About It/Bible Verse – Ecclesiastes 10-19..Whatablessing

Think about it/ Bible verse- Ecclesiastes 10-19…Whatablessing

With the belief that King Solomon wrote Ecclesiastes, we need to read what is written with that understanding. Placing the scripture provided together with previous and following scripture may give us a better look at what was being said.

Ecclesiastes 10: 16- 20 follows:

“Woe to you, O land whose king was a servant and whose princes feast in the morning. Blessed are you, O land whose king is of noble birth and whose princes eat at a proper time– for strength and not for drunkenness. If a man is lazy, the rafters sag; if his hands are idle, the house leaks. A feast is made for laughter, and wine makes life merry, but money is the answer for everything. Do not revile the king even in your thoughts, or curse the rich in your bedroom, because a bird of the air may carry your words, and a bird on the wing may report what you say.”

First, I believe he is speaking of how the government should be operating. The officials need to be setting the example for the people. He then speaks of being diligent and not idle, and how the results of avoiding hard work are lack of repair (sagging leaking roof). A feast is for fun and wine makes one happy, but someone has to pay for the bread and wine. Hard work is necessary in order to earn the money to pay for the merriment. He ends by saying not to speak ill of the king and those who have earned their money through hard work for it may be heard and be reported.

Overall, I believe, that what is being said is that a hard working government sets the example for the people, allows feasting and merriment and if the people are doing without it is because they are not following the example being set and are being lazy and foolish. If they were to work hard and earn their money they to could join in the feast and enjoy the wine. If they chose instead to complain and not work, they will be found out.

Here are four tips I found most insightful:

1. The only strategy that’s guaranteed to fail is not taking risks. You’re not judged by your mistakes.
Zuckerberg: I don’t pretend that I had any idea what I was doing. I always felt like we were so close to dying in the first years, and were afraid that Google was about to build our product and we were going to be screwed, and look how long it took for them to build our product. You are going to make a ton of mistakes, you don’t get judged by that.
The biggest risk is not taking any risk. In a world that’s changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking risks.

2. Don’t start a company just to start a company. Do what you you’re passionate about, what you think is awesome.
Zuckerberg: There’s this culture in [Silicon Valley] of starting a company before they know what they want to do. You decided you want to start a company, but you don’t know what you are passionate about yet … you need to do stuff you’re passionate about. The companies that work are the ones that people really care about and have a vision for the world so do something you like.

I was in denial that we were going to make a company early on. When I was in college, I had a lot of conversations with my friends about the direction the world was going to go to and we cared more about seeing this happen. We built it and we didn’t expect it to be a company, we were just building this because we thought it was awesome.

3. Don’t sell out for the money. If you want to follow your vision, don’t sell the company; things will change.
Zuckerberg: The only reason why it’s this big story that everyone knows about us turning down a lot of money is because I messed up the process. It’s one of the biggest management mistakes I made through Facebook’s whole history. I learned a lot about the team at that time, and ended turning over a lot of that same team. I wasn’t in it for the acquisitions, and I wanted people around me who were in it for the long-term, he said.

It’s not clear that you should turn down offers, but you should take it if it means the company can go in the direction you want it to go on. If you go through some big corporate change, it’s just not going to be the same. If we sold to Yahoo, they would have done something different. If you want to continue your vision of the company, then don’t sell because there’s inevitably going to be some change.

4. Silicon Valley is too short term focused.
Zuckerberg: If I were starting now I would do things very differently. I didn’t know anything. In Silicon Valley, you get this feeling that you have to be out here. But it’s not the only place to be. If I were starting now, I would have stayed in Boston. [Silicon Valley] is a little short-term focused and that bothers me. There’s a culture out here where people don’t commit to doing things. I feel like a lot of companies built outside of Silicon Valley seem to be focused on the longer-term.

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Evangelist Diana Jackson on What The Bible Says About Money…Whatablessing

The Bible has a great deal to say about money and our use of it. There are other people whom the Bible call righteous who were blessed by God with great wealth. Proverbs:10-22 says The blessing of the Lord brings wealth,without painful toil for it


Evangelist Diana Jackson

Evangelist Diana Jackson

PRLog (Press Release)Nov 23, 2011
Evangelist Diana Jackson….What the Bible Says About Money….Whatablessing

In Proverbs we’re also told that, “A good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children” (13:22). In order to leave an inheritance, not just to our own children, but to our children’s children requires work, discipline, investing, planning and saving up our money!

The Bible tells us that it is through noble qualities that wealth is obtained (hard work, diligence, sacrifice) and that failure to do those things will result in poverty. That’s not to say that all those who are poor or in poverty are sluggards or refuse to work, but it does tell us that those kinds of characteristics and flaws will most often lead to poverty.

In Luke 19 we read where Jesus tells a parable about three servants who were given charge over some money. In the story, Jesus says that two of the servants wisely invested the money while the third buried it in the ground. In His story, the one who simply buried it in the ground was called “lazy and wicked.”
What Can We Do With Money?
According to the Bible there are things we can do with money that are fine, good and proper. Here is a list:
1. Further God’s Kingdom – This is to be taken care of above all else. The Jewish people took 10 percent off the top of their earnings to give to further God’s Kingdom. We should also give to the church to send missionaries, train teachers and oversee the work of the church (Malachi 3:7-12, 1 Corinthians 9:13-14, 2 Corinthians 9:7).

2. Provide for our own families. The Bible says that we are expected to provide for our own families. Once we’ve done that, we can worry about helping others and, in fact, we should work toward being in a financial state where we can help other families but each person should make sure that he/she provides for his/her immediate family first and work outward from there (1 Timothy 5:8, Proverbs 13:22).

3. Help the poor. I don’t know how anyone who is able can refuse to help someone who is in great need. But it doesn’t just have to be with money. As the old saying goes, “Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” Maybe the best way to help is to train someone to earn for themselves. But when someone is in a time of misfortune, those who have taken care of the first two priorities will be prepared and able to provide financial assistance to help someone get back on his feet. The challenge is to determine which would be best: money, training or, if the person is lazy, to allow that person to experience hunger so that they’ll appreciate the value of work. Sometimes that is also being “kind” as Proverbs 19:17 says we should be to the poor (Proverbs 19:17, 21:13, 29:7). 2 Thessalonians 3:10 says, “If a man will not work, he shall not eat.” It’s our duty to have a very good idea whether someone is hungry because they won’t work or because they can’t (or have had recent difficult times). Knowing this would require a relationship and perhaps that is why Paul wrote the statement to the Thessalonians church rather than calling on a government or other source. We aren’t called to enable laziness or to fund irresponsibility. Allowing someone to experience the consequences of their actions (or inaction), though difficult, is sometimes very helpful to them in the long term. Either way, the Bible tells us to help the poor.

4. Invest for our future. It is wrong to mooch off of others especially if we’re able-bodied enough to do something to earn an income. And as we are earning we should be planning for a day when we aren’t able to work as hard or as long. The Bible speaks well of those who leave an inheritances to their children, but not those who live off of their children. We should plan and save for the future (Proverbs 13:22, 21:20, 27:18, 31:25, Ecclesiastes 11:2, Luke 19:12-26).

5. Enjoy the fruits of our labor. The Bible doesn’t condemn enjoying the results of your work. In fact, we very often read about feasting and celebrations in the Bible after a time of work and production. The first miracle of Jesus was to turn water to wine at a feast of a wealthy man. The Bible says there is a time to “laugh” to “dance” and to have “peace” (Ecclesiastes 3:1-8; also see Proverbs 13:25, 14:24, 15:6, 31:31).

What the Bible Says About Debt
Proverbs 22:7 says “…the borrower is slave to the lender.”
The Bible never speaks well of debt. Debt is an anchor around our necks that prevents us from restful nights and restricts our ability to invest for our future.

“One person pretends to be rich, yet has nothing; another pretends to be poor but has great wealth” (Proverbs 13:7; also see Proverbs 12:9).

Debt is a temptation because it allows us to have what we can’t afford and have not earned. Yet we pay a larger price for it then someone who can afford it. For example, if someone pays cash for a car, they don’t pay the interest payments that someone would pay who borrows money. So the person who can afford the brand new car pays less for it than the person who can’t. The person who can’t afford it in the first place “pretends to be wealthy” but digs themselves a deeper hole in which they are able to afford even less because of the burden of debt. Debt is indeed deceptive and prevents us from becoming financially stable or wealthy.

So as Proverbs points out, it is many times the wealthy who don’t buy the latest and greatest gadgets or live in large, expensive houses. But because they have saved, invested wisely and avoided debt they are able to survive and even thrive during a bad economic time or in unforeseen hardships (see Proverbs 13:8).

The message was clear — don’t spend what I don’t have, don’t borrow to “pretend” to be rich and DO save my money for the future. If you read through Proverbs, Solomon says that’s how it’s supposed to be anyway even if you’re not trying to start a business. It is through that type of behavior that someone builds wealth and the Lord blesses such wisdom in action.


So the next time you hear someone villain zing a wealthy person because they are wealthy, remember that the Bible attributes wealth to hard work, wisdom, personal sacrifice, patience, perseverance, self control and wisdom. Not only that, but the Bible says that “the blessing of the Lord brings wealth (Proverbs 10:22).”

It’s time for us to see money as it should be seen so that we can use it as it should be used. The next time you see someone who is wealthy, instead of feeling jealous, perhaps you should try to learn from them. Not all people earn money through an honest, respectable way but the ones who do are good examples for us and the Bible says we should “Walk with the wise to become wise…” (Proverbs 13:20).

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Evangelist Diana Jackson

Whatablessing Reports…The Gold Standard and the Original Intent of the Constitution

“The only substances ever declared as money within the U.S. were gold and silver, in coin form, with copper/nickel serving in token capacity only. See: 12 USCA 152 re. “lawful money” and Coinage Act of April 2, 1792, at Sections 11, 16, & 20; re. copper/nickel tokens, see Sec. 9, and 31 USCA 460.”

Original U.S. Constitution

Art. I Sec. 8 Cl. 5
[Congress shall have Power …] To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, …;
Art. I Sec. 10 Cl. 1
[No State shall …] make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; …

Note that there is no such prohibition against Congress, or any delegated power to make anything legal tender. This is primarily because Congress was originally understood to have no power to make anything legal tender outside of federal territories, under Art. I Sec. 8 Cl. 17 and Art. IV Sec. 3 Cl. 2, but in 1868 a Supreme Court packed by Pres. Ulysses S. Grant, in the Legal Tender Cases, allowed Congress to make paper currency issued by the U.S. Treasury, backed by gold, legal tender on state territory, a precedent that remains controversial to this day, when courts allow paper currency not backed by anything to be considered “legal tender”.

For all the details of Grant’s court packing scheme and their unconstitutional ruling see here – this is a MUST READ.

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“The founding fathers were concerned about the unrestrained control of the money supply. One thing they all agreed upon was the limitation on the issuance of money,

Thomas Jefferson warned of the damage that would be caused if the people assigned control of the money supply to the banking sector, “I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. Already they have raised up a money aristocracy that has set the government at defiance. This issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people to whom it properly belongs. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of the moneyed corporations which already dare to challenge our Government to a trial of strength and bid defiance to the laws of our country” Thomas Jefferson, 1791

Many of the founding fathers experienced the damage caused by fiat currency. Most of the revolutionary war was financed by worthless currency called “Continentals”.

# The Continental Currency (“Not worth a Continental”) that American colonists issued for the Continental Congress to finance the Revolutionary War was replaced by the US Dollar in 1785 when The Continental Congress adopted the dollar as the unit for national currency. At that time, private bank-note companies printed a variety of notes. After adoption of the Constitution in 1789, Congress chartered the First Bank of the United States and authorized it to issue paper bank notes to eliminate confusion and simplify trade. The U.S. Constitution (Section 10) forbids any state from making anything but gold or silver a legal tender. The Federal Monetary System was established in 1792 with the creation of the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia. The first American coins were struck in 1793. The U.S. Coinage Act of 1792, consistent with the Constitution, provided for a U.S. Mint, which stamped silver and gold coins. The importance of this Act cannot be stressed enough. One dollar was defined by statute as a specific weight of gold.

# The Act also invoked the death penalty for anyone found to be debasing money.

# President George Washington mentions the importance of the national currency backed by gold and silver throughout his initial term of office and he contributed his own silver for the initial coins minted.

# The purchase of The US Mint in Philadelphia, was the first money appropriated by Congress for a building to be used for a public purpose. It was purchased for a total of $4,266.67 on July 18, 1792.


Here’s the Coinage Act so everyone can read the truth for themselves:

“SEC. 19. And be it further enacted, That if any of the gold or silver coins which shall be struck or coined at the said mint shall be debased or made worse as to the proportion of fine gold or fine silver therein contained, or shall be of less weight or value than the same ought to be pursuant to the directions of this act, through the default or with the connivance of any of the officers or persons who shall be employed at the said mint, for the purpose of profit or gain, or otherwise with a fraudulent intent, and if any of the said officers or persons shall embezzle any of the metals which shall at any time be committed to their charge for the purpose of being coined, or any of the coins which shall be struck or coined at the said mint, every such officer or person who shall commit any or either of the said offences, shall be deemed guilty of felony, and shall suffer death.”

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Bryce Jackson, Business Mentor, Success Coach

Occupy Wall St Support it From Home…Whatablessing


Who is Occupy Wall Street?
Occupy Wall Street is leaderless resistance movement with people of many colors, genders and political persuasions. The one thing we all have in common is that We Are The 99% that will no longer tolerate the greed and corruption of the 1%.

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This program is network marketing at its finest with a high paying commission structure and a product that has the potential to significantly increase in value over the next year and beyond. The core products offered by QLxchange are marketing education, investment reports, and a silver savings program.

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