Redirecting Young Black Culture Through Art, Music & ABC’s With Mark Anthony Howard AKA “The Gritz”

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Redirecting Young Black Culture Through Art, Music & ABC's With Mark Anthony Howard AKA "The Gritz"
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In this episode of The Startempire Wire Founder’s Podcast I sit down with #Entrepreneur Mark Anthony Howard AKA “The Gritz”. We discuss Mark’s journey of entrepreneurship, authorship & art. We also talk about where Mark currently is in the growth process with current goals and needs.

Mark Anthony Howard is a professional barber, writer, entrepreneur, and published author of the book “The ABC’s of a Black Man’s Principles.”
As well as Managing Wilma Carter High School Baseball and Greyland Youth Baseball, he currently holds a position as and Executive Director at Greyland Youth Organization, San Bernardino, C.A; In which he personally mentors dangerous and neglected youth on the alternatives in their behavior and outlook.

In edition to management and proprietorship @ The Batcave Barber Studio (San Bernardino,CA) and Cold Cutz Zero (Riverside,CA), He also edits and writes for Riverside Community College’s RCC Viewpoints (Opinion Editor under Jim Burns,MBA) and RCC Muse Literary Magazine (Executive Editor alongside Jo-Scott Coe,MFA)
He also freelance writes for web blogs and websites such as TheGritz.wp, JGbaseball.com, View Points Online, Accelerating Ministries, Mr. Mop Ministries, Loveland Church.

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2:10 Your Personal Introduction
3:53 Any work Out from Riverside
6:57 How’s the Production Going
14:03 Commercial
15:52 Opening Art Studio
19:19 Current Needs of your Startup
20:55 Short term goals of your Startup
22:53 Future goals of your Startup
24:33 Info about you & your startup online

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