Kwanzaa Principles for Black Internet Marketers: January 1st — Imani (Faith)


News / Thursday, January 1st, 2009

Happy New Year! Habari Gani (What's the News)? Imani (Faith)!



The seventh principle of the Nguzo Saba (The Seven Principles) is Imani (Faith). This principle means to believe with all our heart in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.

Once you overcome any personal doubts and fears about whether you can really
succeed as an online entrepreneur, you will need to rely on steadfast
faith to keep those doubts from creeping up again and stealing your
victory.

Many people won't ever understand what it is you do exactly much less that
you can really make part-time or full-time income from your internet
marketing activities and businesses. This is why it's so important to
connect with other like-minded individuals who are beginning their own
businesses, managing successful online enterprises, teaching others how
to avoid common failures and leading the way for a new generation of
Black Internet Marketers.

You are doing a great and noble work by providing for your own financial
independence in addition to building opportunities for others to
succeed because of your efforts. Have faith that you will learn what
you need to learn exactly when you need to learn it and that your every
struggle take you one step closer to your pre-ordained success.

Maintain your Faith in 2009 and become a member of the Black Internet Marketing Forum today.

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