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#DryerBuzz – Breakfast with DryerBuzz February Highlights

#DryerBuzz — Binge on Buzz with leftovers and takeaways from Breakfast with DryerBuzz February, How to Use News For Business held Wednesday, February 1, 2017. Our mentors once again satisfied our appetites for success best practices. At the table were media mentors Kelley Jackson, Klarque Garrison, and Kiplyn Primus. Below are photos and links to revisit topic as well as watch portions via breakfast cam. Thanks to all who attended and shared. See you next month. Don’t miss early bird tickets at DryerBuzz.com/Breakfast Video links Breakfast Video Takeaway one Breakfast Video…

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#DryerBuzz – Meet and follow Breakfast with DryerBuzz December Mentors

#DryerBuzz — As seen heard and buzzed at Breakfast with DryerBuzz – connect with our monthly mentors to move needle on your end of year progress. Follow Angela Stalcup, RJ Hodges Speaks, The Law Offices of Precious Felder, LLC Follow: #Launchchat #rjhodgesspeaks #askpreciouslaw Join #DryerBuzz Breakfast Club to feed your dream all year long thru 2017. Enjoy #membersonly perks before during and after breakfast DryerBuzz.com/Breakfast #breakfast #mentors #startups #entrepreneurs #smallbusiness #coaching #professionals #business #success #knowledge Extra Buzz#DryerBuzz – Go from DM to Email? But inboxes evolved #LivingAtlantaStyle – Weekend update…

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#LivingAtlantaStyle — Breakfast with DryerBuzz Welcomed Icon Joyce Littel

Icons are known for the lives they touch. Icons don’t need to be out front to make an impact. Icons set stage for others. Their give back pays it forward. As seen heard and buzzed at December’s Breakfast with DryerBuzz, entrepreneurs and dream builders from Atlanta and beyond were mentored by media mogul and pioneer #JoyceLittel. We learned #LittelLessons from how Joyce leveraged several platforms to build a family business from radio to stage. Phenomenal takeaways. ICYMI watch now on our breakfast page. Plus, join #DryerBuzz Breakfast Club and never…

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#LivingAtlantaStyle — Are you coming to Breakfast Nov 2nd | Join Us

#LivingAtlantaStyle — Are you coming to breakfast? Wednesday, November 2nd, join #DryerBuzz and Friends Who Master Time &a Money for breakfast at Amelie’s. Our monthly breakfast networking for friends and brands about business will focus on time and money management — two very important aspect to succeed in business and personal endeavors. Feed your dream with answers from professionals joining us at the table: Tarra Jackson, Madam Money and author will proven money tips Deborah A. Johnson-Blake has tips on time management Gia Smith Wilson knows how your credit cost…

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Living Atlanta Style | Are you coming to breakfast? Local nonprofit founders and directors share answers over breakfast with #DryerBuzz October 5th

#LivingAtlantaStyle — reserve your seat at the table for Breakfast with #DryerBuzz and Friends with Nonprofits Wednesday, October 5th at Amelies French Bakery Atlanta. Follow the buzz for tickets DryerBuzz.com/Breakfast $20 Advance with code “feedmydream” Meet nonprofit founders and directors along with media professionals: Dr Torri J Evans-Barton, Fatherless Generation Djuan Coleon, Pure Que Foster, FSquared PR Rita Fasina-Thomas, AAFT Foundation Henry M Carter, Nonprofit Consulting Kascia Lipford, Beyond the Front Porch #LivingAtlantaStyle you just got the buzz from DryerBuzz.com — transforming the way we look — at life!  …

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Living Atlanta Style | PhotoBuzz: Breakfast with DryerBuzz and Friends About Business

#LivingAtlantaStyle — We are so grateful how well Breakfast with #DryerBuzz and Friends received. Awesome feeling when ideas come together. Everyone had an amazing time. Feedback awesome and exactly what we hoped to hear. Tickets on sale now for upcoming dates. Reserve your seat at table: October: NonProfits — RSVP if you’d like to learn more about starting your own non profit November: Time & Money Management — how well we respect time and money can mean difference in becoming successful December: Team Buildibg — learn how to trust people…

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DryerBuzzRadio | Custody – That moment it’s time to take it to the courts | #Fatherhood

DryerBuzzonWAOK — Catch the buzz you missed when DryerBuzz regulars came back to the show for another great debate on #Fatherhood.  In studio, Dr Torri J. Evans-Barton, Attorney Precious Felder, and Coleman G Howard helped Yalanda P Lattimore moderate court of public opinion and advocacy for fathers who find themselves facing a decision to bring in the judge to deal with parenting issues.  The conversations and callers were hot.  If facing such a decision, listen for what to expect and how to prepare, as well as who might or might…

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Living Atlanta Style | Steve Case visits with Atlanta Startups

Living Atlanta Style —  Billionaire investor, philanthropist & founder of AOL Steve Case will get first hand look at Atlanta’s growing ecosystem of diverse startups, small businesses, advisors, mentors, investors and entrepreneurial enthusiasts when he visits Opportunity Hub (#BuzzPartner) Thursday, May 7, 2015 before Noon. Case now runs a venture fund, Revolution Fund, and of course Steve Case Foundation.  Visit to Atlanta comes as Case wraps up the #riseofrest tour which sought to celebrate and accelerate this “Rise of the Rest” so the next wave of American entrepreneurship brings growth and prosperity all…

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The Best Advice I Ever Got | Yalanda P Lattimore DryerBuzz

Best advice I ever received was never meant for me.  Not sure if Ida B Well, John H Johnson, or Whoopi  had/have me in mind when they spoke/speak respectively.  I hang onto their ever word.  The courage of Wells, leadership of Johnson, and freedom of Whoopi is what I hope to achieve. From Wells, I learned there is great power in lending our voices to issues. We can change the world with a headline. She did so pouring her energy into social justice.  Wells went from school teacher to journalist…

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Brother Buzz! Watch Save My Son on TV One | Tales of Families Struggling to Save Their Sons

Let me just say first and foremost that in my passion for being the storyteller for advocates and activists, I am completely dumbfounded as to why more men are not involved in the lives of young Black boys.  I will say, contrary to popular belief, when I need a headline about someone doing the work with our young men, the stories are there for me to come by, but few and far between.  Good men do good things.  However, their stories are not often told. We can play blame game…

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Hair She Goes! Black Girls CODE Brings Webmaking Workshop to Atlanta Girls July 28, 2012 Emory University | Living Atlanta Style

BlackGirlsCODE is bringing an exciting 1-day webmaking workshop to Atlanta, GA on Saturday, July 28, 2012 at Emory University. The workshop will teach Atlanta girls to build their own unique webpage in one day using fun games and activities to introduce HTML, CSS, and basic web structure. All BGC SummerofCode events are geared towards introducing participants to the technological universe and encouraging them to pursue careers as Tech Creators and Entrepreneurs. This event is intended for girls ages 7-17. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the…

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Living Atlanta Style! What’s Happening to Our Perfect Peaches? Challenges Facing Teen Girls Explored June 28th | Tracy Nicole, Rashan Ali …

Atlanta Buzz — Join Tracy Nicole, author of novel, “Who Said Peaches Were Perfect?“, and panelists as they discuss ‘What’s Happening to Our Perfect Peaches?‘ an exploration of the challenges facing teen girls today. Discover staggering statistics; social factors distracting young girls from loving themselves and each other; and how we can help teens gain better self esteem and exposure to positive role models. Panelists: Rashan Ali, founder of Sporty Girls, Inc./NBA TV Correspondent; Richelle R Ransom, online magazine contributor; Shandra McDonald Bradford, Award Willing Film Maker/Director and CEO of…

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myATLevents: The Arthur Langford, Jr. Teen Leadership Institute | Application Deadline May 16th

The Arthur Langford, Jr. Teen Leadership Institute promises to be an exciting, enlightening and empowering program. The Institute is sponsored by the United Youth-Adult Conference II (U.Y.A.C.), an organization dedicated to improving and making a difference in the lives of youth. The late Arthur Langford, Jr. was a devout community servant. He began his career in politics as the youngest member of the Atlanta City Council and later became a State Senator. Mr. Langford founded the United Youth-Adult Conference as a means to bridge youth with adults. Follow the Buzz…

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