The Bully Diaries Project

Through a unique and innovative community partnership with Stand for the Silent, we adapted our Writing for the Soul Workshop™ program to give children and adults impacted by bullying a voice. The memoirs, art and poetry that we collected from around the world included the disabilities community, and was compiled in The Bully Diaries Volume I. … Continue reading The Bully Diaries Project

Our Top Book Sellers for the month of November: Sykyla and Jakyia Williams

We have a tie for first place in book sales this month! Sykyla and Jakyia Williams are sisters, and they access our Writing for the Soul Workshop™ in Moro, Arkansas at New Life Ministries. Sykyla's story is featured in our book entitled 'This Thing Called Life: Life Inside the Ring', and Jakyia's story is featured in … Continue reading Our Top Book Sellers for the month of November: Sykyla and Jakyia Williams

Street Team Registration

During development, Writing for the Soul Workshop™ gave birth to some pretty amazing programs. As the program evolves, it continues to do so today. We are incredibly fortunate to be in a position to create a work force via our newest program. We call it our Street Team Program. Membership is free. Testimonial from Students … Continue reading Street Team Registration

Join our Board

We are seeking twelve business owners to join our Youth Entrepreneurial Skills Online Advisory Board. Board members advise us concerning our Street Team Program. This program was developed to help youth living in poverty, earn money while learning critical job skills. Click here to read our full Proposal. For your tax-deductible donation of $2,500 you’ll … Continue reading Join our Board

Dreading School by Jakyia

By the end of my fifth grade year, I was really beginning to hate school because I was being bullied. I dealt with kids calling me names, and calling me out of my name. The thing is, I had not said or done anything to them for them to be saying the things they were … Continue reading Dreading School by Jakyia

Hidden Shame by Lisa A. Griffiths

Nobody knows the mask that I wear, It looks like confidence but smells like fear. If I could seem perfect than no one would know, What really happened all those nights long ago. A little girl, her innocence forever betrayed, With nowhere to go, she was silent and stayed. In time the pain was too … Continue reading Hidden Shame by Lisa A. Griffiths

Writing for the Soul Workshop™ Meet & Greet

“This program should be offered in every community.” -Mayor Robert Stevens, City of Springfield, MO Do you serve the youth and/or adult population here in Little Rock, Arkansas? Would you like to do more in your community? Are you looking for sustainable, non grant source funding for your organization AND your those who participate in your … Continue reading Writing for the Soul Workshop™ Meet & Greet

10 Reasons Why We Will Never Franchise Our Programs Part 2

In Part 1 of this two-part series, we talked about how many small businesses and entrepreneurs create business expansion through franchising their product or service allowing others to bear the cost of their business expansion. In Part 1, we focused on key reasons that we would never franchise our Writing for the Soul Workshop™ programs. … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why We Will Never Franchise Our Programs Part 2

10 Reasons Why We Will Never Franchise Our Programs Part 1

  Almost every small business reaches a point where they search for ways to quickly grow their brands and business. As a business owner, you feel like you have a great business model, and want to expand that model quickly to help reach more customers, so you might evaluate the option of offering your business … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why We Will Never Franchise Our Programs Part 1

Is the Internet a basic human right?

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, called Internet connectivity a basic human right. Our founder understands how we can benefit from a better global technology infrastructure, and more connected global population. That being said, is connectivity a basic human right? Is it as important as personal safety and adequate water and food? Do we ignore the myriad … Continue reading Is the Internet a basic human right?