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"WHO AM I?" GUYS NIGHT OUT 2010

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Zachery Smith

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"WHO AM I?" GUYS NIGHT OUT 2010
Educational, inspirational, and motivational seminar about success through hardship
Guest Speakers: Attorney Anton Bell, Mr. Rodney Manley, and Comedian Herbert Moore
Target Audience: African-American Community
Location: Calvary Revival Church in Norfolk, Virginia
Time: March 19, 2010 from 7p.m. to 9 p.m.
Don't doubt yourself and your abilities to succeed in life
Don't worry about what others may say about you
Stay focused and make right decisions
Don't always think about the now when making decisions but think about the future as well





I have witnessed numerous times my family friends drop out high school and just have give up on life
Our generation, no matter the race, is already being looked down upon

Reserve chapel of Calvary Revival Church
Advertise, Advertise, Advertise!!!!
Create an engaging and insightful seminar for teens
Find Guest Speakers and convince them that this event is worth their precious time
Research I love my church but they take forever to approve events and advertisements
Lost my flashdrive the Monday before my event
Time management
Grades
J.O.B.
Ineffectiveness of racial profiling in several cities, towns, and counties
Discussed my side and the opposition side
Although many Americans claim current law enforcement programs help prevent racial profiling, it continues to plague the United States; racial tension in several inner cities not only exists, but continues to increase, and over the past decade the number of reported cases has risen significantly.


Growing up
Leadership Skills
Time Management
Organization
Procrastination...Bad!!!! Questions? My Project My Purpose Why I chose this Event Steps Obstacles Personal Growth Project Paper Connection By: Zachery A. Smith, Jr.
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