These are the four main training texts we use in our programs. They work in tandem with our curriculum and was written for the purpose of entrepreneurial matriculation.
Rebuilding the Black Infrastructure:
Black Entrepreneurs’ Preparedness:
Going into Business Course
This book dispels the belief that racism is running rampant in America. It expresses that America is more interested in wealth and prosperity over oppression and racism. With that being said, much of what Blacks have and currently encounter is driven by profits, which means if Blacks become a more economically competitive and self-sustaining group, other races will automatically respect and embrace the Black race.
The independent advancement of Blacks in America has been sluggish, and at some points regressive. This book focuses on Blacks becoming a competitive and self-sustaining group and how this can enhance race relations.
How to Transition from Employee to Employer
Going from Employee to Entrepreneur Course
This book breaks down several processes: how to become an employer, how to strategically quit a job, how to start a sustainable business and how to establish freedom from the operations of your business. This book has been used in many governmental programs for students and adult entrepreneurs. It rivals top business books available on the market today.
This book is used in the “Enhanced Entrepreneur Skills” program. This book is a combination of what Professor Devin did to successfully resign from his job and build a strong business with no prior full-time entrepreneurial experience. The book covers his mistakes and successes, then goes on to explain what you should avoid and what you should focus on in your quest.
Blackpreneurship: 50 Obstacles Black Entrepreneurs Face and How to Overcome Them
Overcoming Obstacles: Going from Entrepreneur to Employer Course
This book masterfully break down 50 obstacles that the institute of “black entrepreneurship” faces. Most of them are unavoidable and not easily noticed by black entrepreneurs. The black business community remains the most economically suppressed business community. There are a series of reasons for this: cultural, political, racial, personal, etc.
This book brings many of the unnoticed obstacles to the forefront while introducing solutions to help black entrepreneurs best navigate the obstacles. In the Black Entrepreneurship Preparedness program, the black entrepreneur students are challenged and assisted in finding breakthrough tools for the obstacles they face.
The Ultimate Entrepreneur's Guide
The Ultimate Entrepreneur: Going from Employer to Enterpriser Course
This provocative book reveals elements, approaches and beliefs every entrepreneur must have. It is a collection of thoughts and perspectives that any entrepreneur should use to help them breakthrough from mediocre revenue and personal challenges. It is laid out in short impactful messages that entrepreneurs can implement slowly into their mode of thinking an operation. It is a book that will provide you with multiple light bulb moments and a resource you will refer back to for many years to come.