Friday , 9 October 2015



Few individuals impact the day-to-day management of organizations and institutions as Dennis Kimbro. A tireless educator, author, and B-school professor, Dr. Kimbro is universally characterized as one of the most insightful and scholarly writers in the field today.

As a lecturer and researcher in the field of management, entrepreneurship and human potential, he encourages his readers to look within to extract the keys that underlie all accomplishment. He received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Oklahoma, and a doctorate from Northwestern University where he studied wealth and poverty among underdeveloped countries. With his course work behind him, Dr. Kimbro combed the country interviewing scores of America’s most notable achievers. Eventually his inquisition led to the question: How can impoverished black Americans pull themselves out of their poverty and reach their full potential?


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The One Question You Must Answer


What’s the most difficult question to answer?  It’s a question so few of us bother to address.  Let me explain. Do you know that to nine-tenths of the world’s population, the average Black American is wealthy?  African Americans possess nearly everything the wealthy own—only in smaller amounts.  They own homes, cars, clothing, savings accounts and debts—but in smaller amounts.  Their ... Read More »

No Struggle—No Progress


During quiet time in my study I ran across the following story.  For those of you who believe that Our Creator is capable of making a mistake, this brief passage should put that thought to rest. A young boy confined to a hospital bed because of a lingering illness had on his sunlit window sill a cocoon of a beautiful ... Read More »

Now You Know


Quick question:  What do all high achieving men and women know that others fail to realize? They know that attitude is everything…  that altitude is determined by attitude…  They know that high achievers shoot for the stars…  if they fall short of the mark at least they come back with star dust in their hands… They know that the road ... Read More »

Something to Hope For


Nearly 15 years ago I received a letter from a Black grandmother in Hampton, Virginia that had a profound impact on my life.  She entitled her letter “Where’s There Hope, There’s Life.”  For those of you who find yourself at the end of your rope you may want to listen closely. She writes…  “At some point in life you will ... Read More »

The Difference that Makes “the” Difference


Have you ever considered what comprises the difference between those men and women who have reached millionaire status from the multitudes who struggle from paycheck to paycheck?  Well, over the course of my research I have found the difference that makes the difference. One, millionaires differ in their attitudes.  In short, they are driven; they are deeply passionate about what ... Read More »