Peanut Board – The Longboard Skateboard for Kids!

August 11, 2015 by  
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It’s already a winner at half way to their goal. It’s safer than a standard skateboard. It is a child sized board that is wide and more stable. The wheel is lower in the center and it better for a child who wants to sit or lay down on the board. The boards come in natural wood, white board or chalk board. They can design their board over and over again. Jordan is not new at this, he is experienced in creating skateboard that people love. Now it’s time to go into production and manufacturing.

Purpose boards are back in the news with their new venture that is a SAFE LONGBOARD for kids!

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Crowdfunding to Mentor Young People in Business

Maurice Watts is the owner of MAGNIFISCENTZ, an oil fragrances business. He wants to help teach young people how to have a business. He wants to create starter kits for them to begin and learn with. He will mentor them while they learn to focus on their business. Here’s what Maurice had to say about his Crowdfunding project.” Donations are needed to purchase a massive stock of oil fragrances which will be used to produce starter kits set for the starter programs, and a larger building to stock product, and to setup conference rooms to meet with young people to explain the business and starter program. All donations are very much appreciated.”

You can support his project here

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True Confession: Why I did not give to your Crowdfunding

August 4, 2015 by  
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This has been on my heart for a while now and it seems like the right time to share it. I get 5 requests a day, sometimes more from people asking for Crowdfunding money for something personal. They can’t afford to pay for my help and they are desperate. They usually state that in all caps, that’s how I know. Here are 5 reasons why I do not give to Crowdfunding projects. I feel like I am always teaching how to get people to give and what makes you successful. But perhaps people need to see the other side too. Why I DON’T give:

1) I can’t confirm your story. When you say you are losing your house, or have a disease or need to fix your car, and I don’t know you personally, I have no way of knowing if that is true or not. I have no idea if you even know the person you claim to be raising money for. No matter how good your story is, without documentation, it means nothing. Read more

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