Business Development & Conflict Resolution

We assist individuals with starting their own businesses because small business is key to economic independence and community sustainability.

Do not be afraid to take a stand!

Sometimes you have to take a stand against an injustice.  Throughout history there have been brave men and women who have taken a stand against injustices.  These individuals took a stand that helped to make the lives of others better.  Here are a few examples of brave individuals who were not afraid to stand against injustices of the world:

  • Moses left the comfort of the Royal Egyptian Family to lead his people to freedom.
  • Noah built the Ark.
  • Jesus came to earth to teach men and women how live a “Christian” life. Also, Jesus gave His life for our sins to ensure that we received salvation from God.
  • John Brown and Harriet Tubman risked their lives to end slavery.
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X gave their lives to end the injustices faced by Black Americans under the Jim Crow Laws. Both men taught people how to be proud of who they are.
  • Rosa Parks refused to give her seat to a White Man on the bus. This sparked the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement.

The list goes on to how many men and women sacrificed their liberties and personal lives to end injustices of the world.  These heroes and heroines took the initiative to make a change and fight against injustices.

It does not take much initiative to make a change.  As Michael Jackson’s song “The Man in the Mirror” states, “The change starts with you”.  Young people of today (21st Century), see the importance of changing the status quo.  They understand that if you want to end an injustice, you have to take the first step to do so.  God created us to take care of each other.  He requires that we help each other when there is a need to do so.  We were given the nature of caring and nurturing.

So, take the initiative to change the world and make it a better place.  God created us to be people of action and not just all talk.

Donya Zimmerman is a business consultant, mediator, and legal professional with over ten years of experience.  Donya is also a public speaker and aspiring author.  She has a few books in the works that will be published and released in the latter part of 2015. The books will focus on entrepreneurship, small business, and daily devotionals.  She is owner of Family & Community Mediation and Business Consulting (FACMBC) and Powerful Biz Woman (subsidiary of FACMBC). Both are based in Baltimore, Maryland and were established in 2013 and 2014. Services provided by FACMBC:  Mediation and Conflict Resolution Services; Business Registration Assistance (Limited Liability Company, Corporation, S-Corp, Limited Liability Partnership, etc.); Business Plan Drafting Assistance; Business Certification Assistance (MBE, WOSB, 8A, 501(c) (3), Hub Zone, etc.); and Business Organization Assistance.  Services and products provided by Powerful Biz Woman are workshops: Entrepreneurship 101; How to Stay Out of Tax Trouble and Legal Trouble in Small Business; Start up 101; and Female Entrepreneurship 101.  Powerful Biz Woman provides books on the following topics: Entrepreneurship 101; Daily Devotionals for Entrepreneurs/Small Business Owners; Daily Devotionals for Female Entrepreneurs; Small Business Owner Tips; Powerful Biz Tips; and Inner Will Power to Make Your Dreams a Reality.  These books will be available starting September 5, 2015. Donya Zimmerman is also a contributing writer with the Maryland Daily Examiner Newspaper and the Leadership Girl Newsletter. Donya Zimmerman has made article contributions to the Simply Inspirational Women in Business Journal for 2014 published by Dr. Cheryl Cottle.

If you are thinking about starting your own small business or non-profit organization do not hesitate to contact Donya Zimmerman because she can show you how to do so. Contact information: dzimmerman36@gmail.com; www.facebook.com/FACMBC; www.twitter.com/FACMBC; https://dzimmerman36.wordpress.com; www.linkedin.com/in/dzbusconsultantandmediator; www.conflictresolutionandconsulting.com.

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