Using Servant Leaders to Develop Tru X’s Business Processes

“It is not the style of clothes one wears,
neither the kind of automobile one drives,
nor the amount of money one has in the bank, that counts,
These mean nothing,
It is simply a service that measures success”
-George Washington Carver

We are exploring how Servant leaders can collectively share their life experiences on a digital platform to develop business operating systems with the ability to build and sustain strategic advantage, capitalize on disruptive innovation, finance growth, motivate teams, and rebuild sustainable Blck communities

The biggest challenge facing Tru X is how to better inspire a sense of servant leadership in Black Professionals willing to contribute their time and talents to best serve the Black community and work as a team to address the challenges of developing the business processes needed to organize train and direct the activities needed to take Tru X from concept to a viable, sustainable business model that will train, equip and prepare the employee/ owners of these companies to dominate their markets and have a positive impact in a system that can be replicated throughout the African Diaspora.

The linchpin of our Servant Leader program will be our ability to assemble a cadre of professionals that are motivated by contributing to solving the problems that will free us collectively forms the chains of white supremacy use the Internet to allow teams of professionals in different parts of the country to connect with each other better, to plan, share information, and to collaborate virtually, to offer mutual support, and to launch enterprise-wide change initiatives.

Tru X will have two classes of Servant Leaders/Sweat Equity Investors:
MemberServant Leaders/Sweat Equity Investors are  Blacks of African descent that are Members of Tru X that are willing to step up and use their skills and talents to develop the systems needed to ensure the success and sustainability of our Tru X model.

Allied Servant Leaders/Sweat Equity Investors are Allies that are not Blacks of African descent but, have been identified by Member Servant leaders as a good fit for their team, are willing to step up and use their skills and talents to assist in developing the systems needed to ensure the success and sustainability of our Tru X model.

Bringing together professional and grassroots leaders in the Black community to take ownership in creating a Tru X movement is the first step in rebuilding the Black community. Retaking and dominating our economy can not be minimized, dismissed, or rushed.

Servant Leaders will receive one unit of ownership in TruX for every $10.00
in time using their skills and talents to assist in developing the systems needed to ensure the success and sustainability of our Tru X model.

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