COUNTDOWN TO LAUNCH! SOCIAL MEDIA CAME FIRST...GET READY FOR SPIRITUAL MEDIA!!!!
adjective 1. of, from, or relating to God 2. relating to the spirit or soul and not to physical nature or matter; intangible 3. standing in a relationship based on communication between the souls or minds of the persons involved noun 4. a religious folk song of African-American origin
noun (plural) 1. the main means of mass communication (esp. television, radio, newspapers, and the Internet) regarded collectively noun (singular) 2. an intermediate layer, esp. in the wall of a blood vessel 3. a voiced unaspirated stop; (in Greek) a voiced stop 4. an ancient region of Asia, southwest of the Caspian Sea
adjective 1. of, pertaining to, or devoted to the welfare or well-being of the community as a whole. 2. done, made, acting, etc., for the community as a whole 3. of, or pertaining to all humankind; universal noun 4. a particular group of people with a common interest, aim, etc. Idioms a. to issue stock for sale to the general public b. to present private or previously concealed information to the public c. to cause to become known generally, as through the news media
noun. 1. the occupation or function of serving 2. employment as a servant 3. the work performed by one that serves 4. a form followed in worship or in a religious ceremony transitive verb 1. to perform services adjective 2. intended for hard or everyday use 3. providing services 4. offering repair, maintenance, or incidental services
THIS IS THE CONNECTION
REAL YOU_REAL DEAL challenges the best and worst in us. This workbook will raise all kinds of direct and rhetorical questions. It’s up to you to determine which questions require actual answers. This workbook is very personal. It’s all about getting to the core of who we really are and who we want to become. Whether we accept it or not, many of us create “facades” or “masks,” both consciously and unconsciously. We have facades for family, friends, work, social environments, and even in religious settings. However, we should be able to be the most transparent around our families, because they care the most about us. The same applies to interactions around friends, since they can feel very familial.
HOW TO BECOME YOU
It’s a delicate task to accept all of these hard facts, and facing the truth about facades can be tough. That’s one of the primary purposes of this book: getting to the core of who we are sooner rather than later. If we accomplish this, at the end of our lives we don’t have to ask, “Why didn’t I become who I really am?”
More details about the official name of the network and official launch date will be made public some time after Labor Day 2020.
WHO IS EFFORT MASCOT?
Humanitarian, Effort Mascot, hopes to make history in the tech industry. He is a writer, artist, missionary and catalyst. Effort is excited about “igniting” passion and compassion for humanity. Effort has a background and proven track record in television, marketing, and interfaith missions.
He has worked for Harpo, Inc., (creator "Oprah after the Show"); One Family One Child (writer) and volunteered for FIFA/World Cup, World Federation of Great Towers, World Vision, etc. He is happily married and loves his beautiful and insightful wife “GG.”
While people are sheltered-in or have lifestyle and work changes, there is a plan to help during this difficult chapter in the U.S. A. Announcements will be made about these plans shortly after Labor Day 2020.
BLACK LIVES MATTER
There is a compreshensive plan to address inner city violence and economic rebirth. The REAL YOU_REAL DEAL team will be making announcements regarding plans, development, partnerships, and calendar of events when the network launches later this fall.
Since we all have unique life experiences, we should be careful about judging others. No one is perfect and no one lives in a perfect environment. Our focus should be on seeking out ways to help us become our “true” selves. Social media is a very good resource for introducing ourselves to the world, as long as it is healthy and used with the right spirit. It’s important to share our names and faces, as they represent our families, culture, and legacy. However, our names and faces don’t tell our complete stories.
This new and revolutionary concept takes our social experiences to another level. As social media is very public, spiritual media is also, but with an added layer of service, or a very public service. The focus is primarily on a real-time exchange of good deeds and good will during this challenging time of natural disasters, seasons of war, unpredictable violent tragedies, and economic recovery. Spiritual media ultimately will create accountability for our interactions and help define our true legacy. Furthermore, with less emphasis on names and faces,it will be more fulfilling.
The goal right now is to do some exploratory work to seek out information about our true selves. Please have an open mind about an unconventional system that will eventually network individuals, families, businesses, and charities in a very different way, without names and faces. All kinds of people, all over the world, who work in both the private and nonprofit sectors, along with students and seniors, will be able to network within this system. Imagine getting to know people based on their character and sharing gifts, talents, expertise, and ideas with them. Firemen, teachers, doctors, celebrities, stockbrokers, hair stylists, and philanthropists would network without revealing their names and faces. It will be revolutionary and exciting.