Why I Won't Hire Black People

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Have you ever wondered why certain groups of people are rarely the first choice for employment? Would you rather have someone of a different race provide you with services such as fixing your car, caring for your child or preparing your taxes? Is the only reason there is diversity in your office a direct result of affirmative action? More
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ISBN: 9780988500211
About Asa Leveaux

“As a man thinketh, so he is.” Found in Proverbs 23:7, these words served as the title of James Allen’s literary essay. Coincidently, this also serves as the guiding phrase of Asa Leveaux in life. Like an inspiring mantra, these are the same words that Asa thinks of in times of challenges and trials. Believing that man is the master of his mind that molds and guides him to his unlimited potentials, Asa holds a staunch confidence in his own capabilities. In the same manner, he leverages his unparalleled skill set to propel his own success as well as the growth of others.

Born and raised in Oklahoma City, Asa grew up in a family that emphasized the significance of effectively accepting and handling responsibilities. The oldest of the five children, Asa has become well-versed in taking on roles as the head of the group due to his seniority among his siblings. Consequently, he carried this same attitude in his adulthood, while further developing and honing his capabilities. Due to his early experiences, coupled with his grownup undertakings, Asa was equipped with the capability to assume leadership roles with relative ease. He has also been known as a versatile and reliable team player whom people could always depend on. Thus, people are always pleased to have Asa in their group; for they know that this high-performing and well-rounded professional could be trusted to propel the team toward the fulfillment of its targets, while actively participating in the organizational development.

A dynamic self-starter, Asa demonstrates his eagerness to instigate new initiatives. His catalyst approach to every aspect of his life has allowed him the title of CEO of Leveaux Group which is headquartered in New York, He is always enthusiastic in engaging with new challenges and achieving the things he has set his mind on. Hence, Asa has exemplified his remarkable capabilities in streamlining processes and procedures to make them more effective and efficient. He is also highly adept at spearheading and improving organizational workflow to ensure personnel competence and operational productivity. Aside from that, Asa is profoundly dedicated, not only to his personal growth, but also to the success of the organization he works for. He is determined to accomplish the mission, while making sure that his professional goals seamlessly align with the objectives of the organization.

Asa Leveaux has capitalized on his serial entrepreneurship. To date his has published two books, "365 Erotic Reasons Why I Love You" and "Why I Won't Hire Black People". He is due to release his third book, "Today Taste Like Happy", which is a poetry book for children of a darker hue to know that their skin should be valued.

Mr. Leveaux is currently working to ensure that entrepreneurs at any level of their success are able to take advantage of quality resources that are practical to their lives. Through various networking events and workshops he adds value to the life of business owners that desire to operate abundantly.

Asa Leveaux currently resides in Oklahoma City, Ok with his son.

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Review by: Anthony Clay on Nov. 10, 2013 :
This is a book I found enlightening. There is an inherited (in all races often controversial and not spoken of) mentality in this Nation that works against Blacks. However, it discusses how we (Blacks) can work against ourselves.
The book provides tools to gaurd against both external and internal attacks.
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