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In addition to his basketball career, which includes five NBA titles, Kobe Bryant wanted to be remembered as a storyteller and businessman.

Bryant said, just months before his death on Jan. 26, that he wanted to be known “as a person that was able to create stories that inspired their children and families to bond together.”

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Mindset: Wages vs. Business Sales or Commission

Sales are the lifeline of a business. Create a product or service and start making sales. If you can make 1 sale. You can make 10 sales. If you can make 50 sales you can make 100 sales. If you can generate 250 sales, you can make 500 sales. The key is to get started today. There is no limit when you create your own products or services. Change your mindset

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Unlimited Imagination Books is an independent book publishing start up by artist and author Kim Bell. UI Books has published 7 children’s books in 2019 which are all available on Amazon. Kim Bell created his own self publishing book company due to a struggling economy and the lack of livable wage job opportunities in America. He was fired from a job back in 2018 which may have been the best thing that ever happened, since it created a sense of urgency to find a way to make ends meet. Kim Bell used his imagination and started illustrating “ideations” from his sketch books from the past 7 years. After publishing his first book, “Mr. Chicken In the Kitchen” more ideas came to mind and more books were released. Bell has since created a merchandise line based around the Unlimited Imagination Books brand. All merchandise is available online. Thanks again for your support.

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Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison is America’s first lady of literature. Her books encompass black American history but live and breathe in the present, rich in vivid characters, haunted by ghosts. Born poor in Ohio in 1931, she passed yesterday at the age of 88 from pneumonia. She tells Alan Yentob how her father hated whites so much he wouldn’t let them in the house. Her masterpiece, Beloved, shows the horrors of slavery perhaps better than any other artwork. She talks as she writes – with warmth and wit.

RIP Toni Morrison (1933-2019)

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