EDUCATION FOR A PURPOSE: Planning & Budgeting

[_] WORKSHEET: SELF-ACCEPTANCE, SELF-CARE [_] WORKSHEET: HABITS, BEHAVIORS & HEALTH [_] WORKSHEET: RULES & PROGRESS DIARY [_]WPPT: Child Advocacy [_]RESOURCE PAGE: Consultation Socializing Our Youth Building Families [_]WPPT: Self-Care & Support Enrichment [_] MOTHER: Nurturer [_]ACES: Childhood Trauma & Adult Health Issues [_]Record Of Prenatal Care [_]Prenatal Charting Baselines: Questions/Policies [_]Healthy Nutritional Balance [_]Nutrition: A Mother's Healthy View [_]BIOGRAPHY [_]2nd/6th Week [_]3rd/7th Week [_]Naturally Empowered

SECTION A:
Educational Programming & Skills Building

POSITIVE PARENTING TECHNIQUES

What Positive Parenting Teaches

  • [_] # 1   Safe, engaging environment & activities
  • [_] # 2   Positive learning environment
  • [_] # 3   Have realistic age expectations
  • [_] # 12 Setting good healthy examples
  • [_] # 14 Incidental Teaching  
  • Video: "Before You Quit...Take flght"
  • [_] # 10 Praise: encourage good behavior
  • [_] # 15 Charting and reviewing daily
  • [_] # 16 Using rewards for good behavior
  • [_] # 17 Budgeting finances
  • [_] # 19 Having calm direct discussion
  • [_] # 26 Getting and giving family support
  • [_] # 27 Self-Care: "Took care of me"
  • [_] # 29 Planning activities and reviewing steps
  • [_] # 30 Goals: Utilized knowledge of strengths

 

MUSIC-THERAPY

One of the easiest wind instruments to learn, the didgeridoo is a great instrument for kids and adults alike. With no moving parts, slides or keys, the didgeridoo is an instrument that requires techniques that utilize the tongue, cheeks, abs, throat and voice muscles, among others.

10 OF ThE BEST MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR CHILDREN TO LEARN:

  • [_] 1.   piano/keyboard
  • [_] 2.   guitar
  • [_] 3.   base guitar 
  • [_] 4.   ukelele
  • [_] 5.   drums
  • [_] 6.   flute
  • [_] 7.   clarinet
  • [_] 8.   saxophone
  • [_] 9.   violin
  • [_] 10. didgeridoo 

Many children didgeridoo players find the instrument fun to play and love to learn how to imitate different animal sounds with the instrument. Learning the instrument is great for coordinating the breath with rhythm and timing. Didge Project’s free didgeridoo lessons online.

PARENTING STYLE

Beyonces Upbringing

How Her Mother Raised Beyonce

Tina Knowles Lawson

 

The Black Dad You Think Don't Exists

What type of parenting style do you associate yourself with and is that what is working best for you?

  • [_] 1) To direct
  • [_] 2) To nurture
  • [_] 3) To entertain
  • [_] 4) To provide
  • [_] 5) To enrich
  • [_] 6) To love
  • [_] 7) To educate 
  • [_] 8) To discipline
  • [_] 9) To cultivate
  • [_] a) All of the above
  • [_] b) Only: ________
  • [_] c) None of the above 
  • [_] d) Other: ________  
  • [_] e) Don't know yet:  
  • MOTHER
  • FATHER 

NEED MORE MENTORING

YOUTH AND THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS: UP & COMING

BUILDING THEIR OWN BUSINESS EMPIRES

Young, Black and about that business… The faces of entrepreneurs are changing every day thanks to a mix of youth who are shattering glass ceilings with their bold and innovative ideas. Once a foreign concept – to start and successfully run a company with little to no business experience – is now a reality. Meet 6 kids who are in charge, focused, and building their own empires with the support of parents, mentors, and their community.

[_] Entreprenuer 

  • Cory NievesCookies
  • With his vision set and a supportive mom in tow, the Englewood, New Jersey native spent a considerable amount of time testing, baking, and getting his cookies to perfection.
  • Jayden Hammond, Popcorn
  • Kheris RogersClothing Line
  • Supported by her mom and sister, Kheris is fighting adversity by way of fashion
  • Mikaila Ulmer, Lemonade
  • Mikaila, with the support of her family entered a host of business competitions.
  • Moziah 'Mo' BridgesBowties
  • Since its launch in 2011, Moziah has been hustling tirelessly with the support of his mother to make sure that his brand of bowties becomes a household name.
  • Omari McQueen, 11 year old Chef of "Dipalicious"  Dips, Juices, Snacks Encouraging other children to become vegan.
  • Zandra Cunningham, Plant-Base Skin Products
  • Yummy BrothersCookie Empire "When we bake them and sell them is usually on the weekends," they explained. Their super-supportive parents make sure their homework is all wrapped up before they start packing away their cookies. "We don’t do it every day because we’re kids, and our parents don’t need to treat us like robots," 

[_]  LITERATURE

[_] Sports:   

  • Alysa Liu, Ice Skater
  • Coco Gauf, Tennis "Your voice becomes louder the more you can swing that racket,” explains the father of 15-year-old Coco Gauff. Corey, a bar owner who played basketball at Georgia State University, had been predicting this global sensation for some time. “I always told her when she was a kid, ‘You can change the world with a racket’,” he adds. Coco’s heroes, Serena
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  • Jayden Conwright Sports Cars Racer Career at Age 20.  facebook page
  • "http://www.jadenconwright.com/junior/">Jayden Conwright, Sports Car Racerbegan at age 7

[_] Theatre: 

[_] Visual Artist:  

  • Kevin Morales, Painter
  • Crevan Cooley, Designer, Costume Designer

 

 SECTION: B
GOALS PLANS SCHEDULES & CHARTING FOR ACCOMPLISHMENT: VISION PARENTING

Think about your child's behavior for a moment.  Each week you will have the opportunity to select a goal for accomplishment.  The positive parenting facilitator will support you in using positive parenting skills to accomplish the goals and assist you in realistically following your dream or vision for yourself as a parent to your child.  

CHARTING: Parent your child based on their child's natural talents and gifts. Use your children(s) Mathematical Analysis Chart (numerology) as a reference guide: The guide will be for each child's development in order to effectively monitor your own personal and child's positive developmment according to their lists of natural talents, gifts, lifestyle, while implementing "Positive Parenting" techniques.

VISION PARENTING

Positive Parenting Assessment

CHARACTER ANALYSIS:

Please learn how to calculate for your own self and then calculate your family members according to everyone’s personal vibration and mathematical characteristics. Instructions are given on how to do this on the following links:

Inner Child:  Natural talents born with

Life Path:     Indication for developing skills to use for particular types of work

Destiny:       Indication for possible career opportunities. More successes related in this area. Style of effective & natural parenting techniques could be identified by parent's own name documented on birth record.

Key:   Identifies natural talents to use witin one's field of work

 

WORKSHEETS FOR KIDS & FREE

 

THINGS CHILDREN MAY ENJOY EDUCATION FOR A PURPOSE: Occupational Handbook

      • [_] 1: LEADER 10,19,28,37,46,55,64,73,82,91 
      • Activities: Acrobatics, camping, checkers, chess, fencing, karate. Outdoor sports, all kingds of games, horseback riding, music

Study About:                                           Rulers, invention, writing, architecture, construction, gardening, music entrepreneurship

Check Career Opportunities:                    ambassador, aviator, writer, designer, director, video maker, engineer, entrepreneur, executive, explorer, inventor, lecturer, metal artist, newspaper columnist, officer in military, photojournalist, portrait painter, producer of motion pictures, professional sports, program planner, promoter, resume writer, sales manager, sculptor, store owner, television or theatre productions, film or literary critic

 

      • [_]2: DIPLOMAT 11,20,29,38,47,56,65,74,83,92
      • Akido, badminton, tai chi ch'uan, suimming, dancing, designing, drawing, painting cooking

Study About:                                            Anatomy, physical therapy, reflexology, culinary arts, complimentary therapies

Check Career Opportunities:                   answering service, arbitrator, architect, artist, auto detailer, bill collector, bookkeeper, caterer, clerk, cosmetician, custodian, daycare designer, foreign minister, gallery owner, insurance adjuster, interpreter, lawyer, legislator, librarian, minister, poet, politician,  recycler, senior citizen day care, teacher

 

      • [_] 3: VISIONARY 12,21,30,39,48,57,66,75,84,93
      • Exploring, kung fu, ping pong, volleyball, wrestling, horse riding, jewelry making, music, painting, storytelling writing  

Study About:                                             Psychology, language arts, creative writing, photography, animals

Check Career Opportunities:                  artisan, artist, athletic coach, children’s writer, copywriter, cosmetician,  dietician, director, engineer, entertainer,  judge, lawyer, magician, musician, nurse, pastor, performer, philosopher, photographer, physician, playground director, priest, racer, salesperson of cosmetics or art supplies, scout, screenwriter, travel agent, vocational school teacher, writer

 

      • [_]4: BUILDER 13,22,31,40,49,58,67,76,85,94
      • Bicycling, checkers, chess, exploring, frisbee, racing, art exhitibions, attend concerns, theaters, music, travel 

Study About:                                           Feng Shui (The Art of Placement), astronomy, electronics, landscaping, mechanics, computers

Check Career Opportunities:                  accountant, building trades, chemist, draftsperson, efficiency expert, engineer, executive, farmer, industrialist, laboratory technician,  machine operator, mason, mechanic, miner, numerologist, production expert, professional boxer, sculptor, seaman, technical writer, undertaker, well driller, cement mason

 

      • [_] 5:   LIBERATOR14,23,32,41,50,59,68,77,86,95
      • Bicycling, checkers, chess, judo, rollerskating, running, swimming, calligraphy, crossword puzzles, music, racing swimming, travel 

Study About:                                            World customs, import/export trade, journalism, writing, media, politics,

Check Career Opportunities:                   actor, advertising, communications, consultant, copy reader, editor, executive, graphologist, import-exporter, interpreter, investigator,detective language teacher, lecturer, marketing consultant, news columnist, news correspondent, performer, pilot, playwright, politician, private investigator, proofreader, professional sports, psychology teacher, publisher, salesperson, sex therapist, secretary, teacher, travel editor, TV/radio operator, writer

 

      • [_] 6: COUNSELOR 15,24,33,42,51,60,78,87,96
      • All ball games, basketball, bowling, football, golf, handball, etc., ceramics, cooking, dancing, designing, music, singing, weaving 

Study About:                                            Traditions. Cultural music, songs, dances, art & design, family health care

Check Career Opportunities:                  actor, artist, baker, beautician, cleaning services, designer, divorce attorney, doctor, dressmaker, fashion expert, florist, herbalist, homemaker, host or hostess, incense chemist, interior decorator, marriage counselor, musician, nurse, nutritionist, perfumer, secretarial services, senior day care, service providers, singer, teacher, theater work, therapist, tutor, voice teacher, writer

 

      • [_] 7: SCIENTIST 16,25,34,43,52,61,79,88,97 
      • Acrobatics, akido, bowling, chess, roller skating, swimming, book collecting, nature studies, music, painting, puzzles of all kinds

Study About:                                            Nature studies: science, oceanography, metaphysics, philosophy, photography

Check Career Opportunities:                  archeologist, astrologer, astronomer, author, biographer, careers involving research, careers involving study of nature, computer designer, dentist engineering, farmer, fine work with hands, healer, historical novelist, history, invention, investigator, lawyer, library cataloger or indexer, mathematics, photographer, preacher, private investigator, psychic , psychic reader, radiologist, researcher, specialist or analyst in any field, technical writer, technician, thoroughbred horse trainer

 

      • [_] 8: EXECUTIVE 17,26,35,44,53,62,71,80,98
      • Ball games of all kinds, chess, golf, karate, mountain climbing, folklore, geology, rock collecting, nature studies, pottery 

Study About:                                            Folklore, geology, criminal law, business law, philosophy

Check Career Opportunities:                    Industries, medicine, sports & government, architect, banker, broker, careers in high finances, career in power & responsibility, careers in public policy, carpenter, chemist, civil government, correctional officer, crime investigator, developer, druggist, dynamite expert, engineer, entrepreneur, exterminator, financier, firearms expert, games or sports, judge, lawyer, manufacturer, organizer, philanthropist, physician, pilot, politician, professor, publisher, security officer, supervisor, undertaker

 

      • [_] 9: HUMANITARIAN 18,27,36,45,54,63,72,81,90,99 
      • Competitive sports of all kinds, karate, soccer, target shooting, all outdoor sports, repairing, train collecting, traveling

Study About:                                             Universal principles, the art of war, theatre, art, quantum physics 

Check Career Opportunities:                   life work that is more of a calling than a job. airline owner, artist, charitable endeavors of all types, chemical dependency counselor, diplomat, doctor, electrician, explorer, foreign affairs, franchise owner, gardener, healer, health, health matters, higher education, horticulturist, iron worker, landscape, lawyer, lecturer, literature, magician, musician, narcotics agent, politician, preacher, psychic, researcher, scientist, social work, spiritual healer, statesperson, surgeon, teacher, theatre owner, travel

 

THE PURPOSE OF EDUCATION

Education is supposed to be the proper cultivation of the gifts and talents of the individual through the acquisition of knowledge. True education cultivates the person - mind, body, and spirit - by bringing us closer to fulfilling our purpose for being...

The second purpose for education, after self cultivation s to teach us how to give proper service to self, family, community ,nation and then to the world...  

When we see the curriculum as an outgrowth of self, then we can identify with the curriculum, giving us as an incentive to learn.  .. Learning is facilitated because the student identifies with the subjects. ..  When we relate the forces within self to the forces that lie outside aself, this connects us to subjects we are studying in a manner that we can ultimately master those subjects. 

"I am chemistry." not, "I am a student of chemistry." rather  "I am biology. I am economics. I am history. I am mathematics."   

When we relate the forces within self to the forces that lie outside the self, this connects us to subjects we are studying in a manner that we can ultimately master those subjects.  

Our bodies are controlled by the mind.  So mastering economics should not be as difficult with this thought in mind.  This body takes in and separates what is useful, puts it to productive use, and elminates what is wasteful.  Therefore this body is economics and since I am the master of this body, I can master economics. Excerpt TLA Pg. #47-64

 

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SELF WORTH

In order to help youngsters make appropriate decisions, it is important to understand the motivation behind pursuing roads that often lead to self-destruction:

[_] 1. Lack of parental involvement

Youth require parental and adult influences that are positive and constructive to have conversations about:

  • [_] life,
  • [_] feelings,
  • [_] thoughts,
  • [_] behaviors, and the
  • [_] future.
  • When youth have someone they can "communicate with", sharing their thoughts, feelings with, or bounce ideas with, it prepares them for peer pressure, increasing their confidence in rejecting negative social interactions, and being independent, making positive decisions own their own. Youth with adult involvement are more likely to be less problematic as adolescents and young adults.

[_] 2. Poor parenting due to strain, lack of support, or disinterest

Many parents are overworked and under-supported. Many parents, lack the "village" it takes to raise and support a child. As a result, many parents slack off or let go of their responsibilities, leaving their children to "figure things out." on their own

Children may feel left "alone" because one or both parents frequently drinks, binges, or indulgent in substance abuse. Even if a parent is physically present. Youth need to have a positive home environment geared towards motivating children to do positive things with their lives. The "positive environment" must begin with the parent(s).

[_] 3. Parental Substance abuse

Using alcohol and illicit drugs such as marijuana to prescription drugs. Substance abuse of any kind removes an individual's mind and emotions from the present environment. It is very difficult for children to be motived to do positive things when their very own parents struggle with substance abuse or alcohol addiction. Children can sense when their parent(s) are not emotionally and mentally present. This may influence a child to enter gangs for companionship and the love they cannot receive at home.

[_] 4. Negative peer influence

  • [_] Siblings,
  • [_] friends,
  • [_] strangers of the same age, and
  • [_] extended family members of the same age as the youth.

The way in which a peer handles stress, expectations, consequences, etc., has a great deal of influence on others of the same age. If a youngster decides to become oppositional, rebellious, or problematic, other youngsters are likely to follow, especially if that teens behavior has resulted in desired rewards.

[_] 5. Negative experiences with school and/or law enforcement

When children are frequently perceived as worthless, they are more likely to fail, becoming: 

  • [_] discouraged
  • [_] stops doing well in school
  • [_] stops doing homework
  • [_] stops participating in school extracurricular activities
  • [_] stops trying.

As a result, they are perceived to be failures, lazy, or inattentive. These labels reduce their self-esteem.

Law enforcement are uninformed about the behaviors of troubled youths with or without mental health problems. As a result, many  youth are taken to jail, juvenile halls, or similar places. These experiences often "push" youngsters into the arms of the first group of children who seem to like them, protect them, and share something in common. A petty crime may be viewed as a positive thing in this group. Despite the negativity of this, a youngster may see this as self-worth. 

 

EXCERPT: 10 Psychological Reasons Why Adolescents Enter Gangs

EXCERPT: Gangs: Reasons Youth Join, Warning Signs and Prevention Tips 

 

 SECTION: C

Use 3 colors for image. Write an affirmation using the 1st 3-4 words that you see in the word search puzzle.  (Double click on image to enlarge)

SECTION: D
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
Things To Do In Atlanta

 

HOME FINANCES

WAYS TO SAVE ON ENERGY BILLS

Twenty-nine states have deregulated electricity, natural gas or both. That allows you to shop for the supply portion of your bill from alternative providers who may offer rates lower than the default supplier – usually a utility. Delivery services and billing will remain the responsibility of the local utility as they own the power lines and wires that keep the lights on.

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EVENTS  ACTIVITIES WORKSHOPS

 

FAMILY EVENTS CALENDAR

 

GEORGIA BACK TO SCHOOL EVENTS

School Supplies

 

Georgia Field Trips For Homeschoolers

 

[_] We Tours ATL: To better health and knowledge  wetoursatl@gmail.com

Learn if you qualify for FREE WALKING TOURS 470-310-3168

  • [] Art:          1st Saturdays - Showcases murals, and sculptures on the Atlanta Beltline
  • [] Farming: 2nd Saturdays - South West Atlanta Growers Cooperative (SWAG Co-Op) Includes visiting Westside urban farms, gardens and a Farmer's Market. Focusing on healthy food options, education, and preparation.
  • [] History:   3rd Saturdays Presents an indepth look at the rich history of people, places, and events that molded the West End.

[] Health: Family Health Centers Of Georgia, a full service medical facility in the West End.  WE3 Westside Walkers Challenge, and assessment monitoring program

[_]  STEAM Workshop: I am pretty on purpose: Cosmetic chemistry for Black girls

ATLANTA PLANIT: During academic school year: $12.95-18.95

[_] Building Blocks: Early Learning 

SEARCH FOR MORE COMMUNITY EVENTS

[_] Family

[_] Festivals

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      Monday- Saturday 10am-5pm and
      Sunday's 1pm-5pm.
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      school field trips,
      church groups,
      mom's groups,
      child care centers and
      home school students.
      If you are interested in bringing your school or group to
      "Interactive Neighborhood for Kids", INK
      Contact the museum. 
      Geared towards visitors ages 2 - 12, is specifically designed to offer educational hands on experience, interactive exhibits are structured in a way that lets each visitor touch and feel the "real world.http://www.inkfun.org 

 MONTHLY ACTIVITIES

  • JANUARY

 

 

 

  • FEBRUARY

 

 

 

  • MARCH

 

 

 

  • APIL

 

 

 

  • MAY

 

 

 

  • JUNE

 

 

 

  • JULY

 

 

 

  • AUGUST

BUTTERFLY FESTIVAL Dunwoody Nature Center 5343 Roberts Drive Dunwoody, GA 30338 Time: 10am-4:00 pm Contact: 770-394-3322 https://dunwoodynature.org

 

 

 

  • SEPTEMBER

FREE MUSEUM DAY

 

 

 

  • OCTOBER

 

 

 

  • NOVEMBER

Atlanta Veg Fest Nov. 9th https://www.facebook.com/events/2346222618946958/?ti=cl

 

 

 

  • DECEMBER

 

 

 

 

BLACK BUSINESS NEWS & EVENTS

 

 SECTION E: 

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Planning For The Future

The amount of money parents spend on children, which used to peak when they were in high school, is now highest when they are under 6…” To give children opportunities for extracurricular activities, find affordable options for such at recreation centers, cultural centers, municipal sports leagues instead of traveling club teams,. Local swim teams, & school bands instead of private music lessons. Colleges and universities tend to look at these things as a marker of a child’s achievement. 

Excerpt https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/25/upshot/the-relentlessness-of-modern-parenting.

 

"We need to do more to curb and guide the natural aggressive tendencies among young men.  In the wealthy communities the rich are able to channel the aggression of their young men into meaningful activities.  Their youth have better athletic facilities, they go to summer camps, and there are many leagues and team sports in which the young boys can participate.   The government, locally and nationally, should place some focus on providing team activities and athletic facilities in channelling the energy and aggression of our young men. This would minimize the need of some of our young males to engage in gang activitiy to exercise their manhood.  This would help reduce the hostility that seeps into the school environment and disrupts the educational process."  Excerpt TLA pg. 47-61

 

SECTION: F 

WHAT DOES A NAME MEAN?

  • 1   A1  J10  S19  Leader
  • 2   B2  K11  T20  Diplomat
  • 3   C3  L12  U21  Motivator
  • 4   D4  M13  V22  Builder
  • 5   E5  N14  W23 Liberator
  • 6   F6  O15  X24 Counselor
  • 7   G7  P16  Y25  Scientist
  • 8   H8  Q17  Z26  Executive
  • 9   I9   R18   Humanitarian

Which occupation groups are best suited for ones Life Purpose & Destiny?
RESEARCH: Occupation, Entry-Level Education, Median Pay

Date Of Birth Traits:  __/__/____

  • 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  
  • __________________

 

  • Birth Name Traits:
  •  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9
  • ____________________
  • [__/_]Mental: 1,8 Business  
  • [__/_]Physical: 4,5 Science   
  • [__/_]Emotional:2,3,6 Arts
  • [__/_]Intuitive:7,9 Literary
  • [__/_]Security Point: 
  • Talents/Annoying habit
  • [_,_,_]Intensity Number

Arrows Of Strength:

  • 3 in a row
  • [] 1-2-3  Plans & meets goals
  • [] 4-5-6  Will-power, ambitious
  • [] 7-8-9  Takes action, high energy
  • [] 3-6-9  High intellect & memory
  • [] 2-5-8  Sensitive & artistic
  • [] 1-4-7  Strong physical stamina
  • [] 1-5-9  Over-achievers
  • [] 3-5-7  Compassionate

Arrows Of Weakness:

  • 3 absent in row
  • [] 4-5-6  Problems within family
  • [] 7-8-9  Thinks too long
  • [] 3-6-9  Difficulty with creativity
  • [] 2-5-8  Not self-assured
  • [] 1-4-7  Weak physical stamina
  • [] 1-5-9  Lacking of purpose
  • [] 3-5-7  Nervousness

Missing/Recessive Numbers: An indication of requiring support in personal development:[_,_,_,_] in these areas:  

  • [] 1: Work on being more assertive. 
  • [] 2: Be more sensitive & supportive.
  • [] 3: Avoid measuring yourself against others. 
  • [] 4: Overcome impatience & intolerance.  
  • [] 5: Learn how to relax and have fun.
  • [] 6: Develop manners, & social graces.
  • [] 7: Develop poise, dignity & pride in self.
  • [] 8: Learn how to save a dollar. 
  • [] 9:  Recognize the universality & the best in all people.

SECTION G: CHARACTER BUILDING

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

[_] 1. accountability

[_] 2. honesty

[_] 3. humility

[_] 4. integrity

[_] 5. patience

[_] 6. respect

[_] 7. tolerance

[_] 8. trustworthy

 

[] 1 Leadership, Pioneer, make the old new. Finish what you start with the right use of your will power. 

  • Books: invention, pioneers, writing, architecture
  • Keys: Sports, gardening, construction, healing, music 

[] 2 Diplomacy, understanding, aware of others. Don't waste energy waiting for help from others. 

  • Books: Anatomy, reflexology, culinary arts  
  • Keys: Alternative & complementary medicine

[] 3 Motivating others, sociable, optimistic. Rise as far as your imagination can take you. 

  • Books: Dreams, psychology, language arts, animals
  • Keys: Social interaction within community shedding light

[] 4 Conservative, determined, problem solver. Internalize universal principles & values. 

  • Books: Feng Shui, landscape, electronics, astronomy
  • Keys: Advising, organizing, mechanic

[] 5 Outgoing,unpredictable, communicator. Be responsible, guard against impulsiveness. 

  • Books: Import & export, cultures & world customs, journalism
  • Keys: writing, acting, music, politics, media

[] 6 Supportive, responsibilities for community. Organize, avoid rushing through projects. 

  • Books: Traditions, cultural songs/dances, family health care, nutrition
  • Keys: healing service to family & community, designer

[] Charming, dignified, finding purpose. Evaluate time and labor before accepting projects. 

  • Books: Science: oceanography, metaphysics, religions, poetry
  • Keys: technical, psychological, & spiritual problem solving   

[] In charge, fact finding, decision making. Be sensitive, respect boundaries & keep order.   

  • Books: Folklore, geology, criminal laws, business law, philosophy
  • Keys: service for higher purpose, financial executive power

[] 9 Courageous, leader, dreamer, dramatic. Control impulsiveness, look before leaping. 

  • Books:   The art of war,  world events, universal  principles, quantum physics, theatre 
  • Keys: making the world better with fortunes, creative arts

 SECTION I:  

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  • Black Hedge Fund Group Code + App Development Resources Code.org http://code.org/
  • 36 Resources To Help You Teach Kids Programming
  • http://java.dzone.com/news/36-resources-help-you-teach MIT App Inventor tutorial to develop mobile apps on Android phones. http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/hour-of-code.html
  • Scratch - A simple visual programming language http://scratch.mit.edu/ Windows Apps http://developer.android.com/index.html
  • Apple iOS Developer Program https://developer.apple.com/programs/ios/
  • Khan Academy https://www.khanacademy.org/ Code Academy https://www.codecademy.com/
  • Places Where Women Can Learn to Code http://learntocodewith.me/posts/13-places-women-learn-code/ 2019, Black Hedge Fund Group - The Black Hedge Fund

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