The Business & Education Digest

The Business & Education Digest, is a continuously updated online publication that provides reporting on the issues that are relevant and have an impact on the business and education communities. It is also the primary means of communications with the membership. The Business & Education Digest is our initial method of paying off your Student Loan Debt that is making it difficult, if not impossible, to achieve your financial goals in the early phase of your life. Among the many expenses & obligations associated with running the company,The Business & Education Digest will pay off your Student Loan Debt on a first come, first serve basis, as follows: First, we will pay it off in full at a rate of $1,000,000 per month on a first to sign up, first to pay off basis. Second, for the next person in line to receive a payoff, if they have no Student Loan to pay, then they will receive a car from the AutoNation Dealership in Marietta, Georgia , for up to but not to exceed $40,000. The month before your payoff is to take place, you will receive a call or an email requesting that you come to AutoNation in order to select your car. They should not be penalized for having no Student Loan Debt to pay off. Note: The Student Loan Payoff & The Free Automobile Benefits Program will begin when Team Number One (1) Membership reaches 705,894 members. Based on the 2020 Census Data, the population of Georgia is 10,711,908, so it is large enough to have over 15 Teams. We will aim for 3 Teams initially. We, at The Business & Education Digest, also provide the community at large with the most honest statement available on items and activities which are relevant to the community, such as the local Status of Conditions as noted by our Politicians and Representatives that we elect to represent our interest. Honest reporting of information will be our trademark. Preservation of the community along with responsible progress will be honored. We, at The Business & Education Digest, will provide a platform for your State and Local Representative to share with you, the status of positions that he, or she has taken on specific legislation that you need to be aware of. We, at The Business & Education Digest, will provide a Business Person and an Educator of the Month to a person in the communities which participate. We, at The Business & Education Digest, will provide an opening for an internship at any District that sponsors an ad in the publication. The Subscription Rate for The Business & Education Digest is $36.00 per year. Only those with a Subscription will be eligible for the above mentioned payoff benefit or the car from AutoNation. You may ask, why we do what we do? The answer is simple. Our Goal is to live in a Better World, and when we leave, to have truly made a difference.

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HBCU Listing

HBCU Listing There are 107 colleges in the United States that are identified by the US Department of Education as Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Of those 107, three are currently closed. Alphabetical Listing click school to view website Alabama A&M University Alabama State University Albany State University Alcorn State University Allen University American Baptist College Arkansas at Pine Bluff, University of Arkansas Baptist College Barber-Scotia College** Benedict College Bennett College Bethune-Cookman University Birmingham-Easonian Baptist Bible College* Bishop State Community College Bluefield State College Bowie State University Carver College* Central State University Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science* Cheyney University of Pennsylvania Claflin University Clark Atlanta University Clinton College Coahoma Community College Concordia College, Alabama (closed 2018) Coppin State University Delaware State University Denmark Technical College Dillard University District of Columbia, University of the Edward Waters College Elizabeth City State University Fayetteville State University Fisk University Florida A&M University Florida Memorial University Fort Valley State University Gadsden State Community College (Valley Street campus) Grambling State University Hampton University Harris-Stowe State University Hinds Community College at Utica Hood Theological* Howard University Huston-Tillotson University Interdenominational Theological Center J. F. Drake State Technical College Jackson State University Jarvis Christian College Johnson C. Smith University Johnson C Smith Theological Seminary* Kentucky State University Knoxville College** Lane College Langston University Lawson State Community College LeMoyne-Owen College Lewis College of Business (closed 2013) The Lincoln University Lincoln University Livingstone College Maryland Eastern Shore, University of Meharry Medical College Miles College Miles School of Law* Mississippi Valley State University Morehouse College Morehouse School of Medicine Morgan State University Morris Brown College** Morris College Norfolk State University North Carolina A&T State University North Carolina Central University Oakwood University Paine College Paul Quinn College Payne Theological* Philander Smith College Prairie View A&M University Rust College Saint Paul's College (closed 2013) Savannah State University Selma University Shaw University Shelton State Community College - C A Fredd Campus Shorter College Simmons College of Kentucky South Carolina State University Southern University at New Orleans Southern University at Shreveport Southern University and A&M College Southwestern Christian College Spelman College St. Augustine's University St. Philip's College Stillman College Talladega College Tennessee State University Texas College Texas Southern University Tougaloo College H. Council Trenholm State Community College Tuskegee University Virgin Islands, University of the Virginia State University Virginia Union University Virginia University of Lynchburg Voorhees College West Virginia State University Wilberforce University Wiley College Winston-Salem State University Xavier University of Louisiana *Not recognized by US Department of Education as an HBCU* ** Not currently accredited ** By State Alabama Alabama A&M University- Huntsville Alabama State University- Montgomery Concordia University-Alabama- Selma (closed 2018) Birmingham-Easonian Baptist Bible College- Birmingham* Gadsden State College- Gadsden J.F. Drake State Technical College- Huntsville Lawson State Community College- Birmingham Miles College- Fairfield Miles School of Law- Fairfield * Oakwood University- Huntsville Selma University- Selma Shelton State Community College- Tuscaloosa Stillman College- Tuscaloosa Talladega College- Talladega Tuskegee University- Tuskegee H. Council Trenholm State Community College- Montgomery Arkansas University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff- Pine Bluff Arkansas Baptist College- Little Rock Philander Smith College- Little Rock Shorter College- North Little Rock California Charles Drew University of Medicine & Science*- Los Angeles Delaware Delaware State University- Dover District of Columbia University of the District of Columbia Howard University Florida Bethune Cookman University- Daytona Beach Edward Waters College- Jacksonville Florida A&M University- Tallahassee Florida Memorial University- Miami Gardens Georgia Albany State University- Albany Carver College*- Atlanta Clark Atlanta University- Atlanta Fort Valley State University- Fort Valley Interdenominational Theological Center- Atlanta Johnson C Smith Theological Seminary*- Atlanta Morehouse College- Atlanta Morehouse School of Medicine- Atlanta Morris Brown College**- Atlanta Paine College- Augusta Savannah State University- Savannah Spelman College- Atlanta Kentucky Kentucky State University- Frankfort Simmons College of Kentucky- Louisville Louisiana Dillard University-New Orleans Grambling State University- Grambling Southern University and A&M College- Baton Rouge Southern University New Orleans- New Orleans Southern University-Shreveport- Shreveport Xavier University- New Orleans Maryland Bowie State University- Bowie Coppin State University- Baltimore University of Maryland- Eastern Shore- Princess Anne Morgan State University- Baltimore Michigan Lewis College of Business- Detroit (Closed 2013) Mississippi Alcorn State University- Lorman Coahoma Community College- Clarksdale Hinds County Community College- Utica Jackson State University- Jackson Mississippi Valley State University- Itta Bena Rust College- Holly Springs Tougaloo College- Tougaloo Missouri Harris-Stowe State University- St. Louis Lincoln University- Jefferson City North Carolina Barber-Scotia College**- Concord Bennett College- Greensboro Elizabeth City State University- Elizabeth City Fayetteville State University- Fayetteville Hood Theological Seminary*- Salisbury Johnson C. Smith University- Charlotte Livingstone College- Salisbury North Carolina Central University- Durham North Carolina A&T State University- Greensboro Shaw University- Raleigh St. Augustine's University- Raleigh Winston-Salem State University- Winston Salem Ohio Central State University- Wilberforce Payne Theological Seminary*- Wilberforce Wilberforce University- Wilberforce Oklahoma Langston University- Langston Pennsylvania Cheyney University- Cheyney The Lincoln University- Lincoln University South Carolina Allen University- Columbia Benedict College- Columbia Claflin University- Orangeburg Clinton College- Rock Hill Denmark Technical College- Denmark Morris College- Sumter South Carolina State University- Orangeburg Voorhees College- Denmark Tennessee American Baptist University- Nashville Fisk University- Nashville Knoxville College**- Knoxville Lane College- Jackson LeMoyne Owen College- Memphis Meharry Medical College Tennessee State University- Nashville Texas Huston-Tillotson University- Austin Jarvis Christian College- Hawkins Paul Quinn College- Dallas Prairie View A&M University- Prairie View Southwestern Christian College- Terrell St. Philip's College- San Antonio Texas College- Tyler Texas Southern University- Houston Wiley College- Marshall US Virgin Islands University of the Virgin Islands- St. Thomas & St. Croix Virginia Hampton University- Hampton Norfolk State University- Norfolk Saint Paul's College- Lawrenceville (closed 2013) Virginia State University- Petersburg Virginia Union University- Richmond Virginia University of Lynchburg- Lynchburg West Virginia Bluefield State College- Bluefield West Virginia State University- Institute

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VMS Flow Chart

- PHASE I - VMS People Join the System as a Member. Member receives Advertising or Marketing Information on Products or Services Available. Member or Customer Makes Purchase. Affiliate Makes Sale and Receives Payment BEFORE Shipping Product. Affiliate Ships Product. PHASE II - WorldSideUp System People Join WorldSideUp As A Member. Vendors, Merchants & Suppliers Join the System. Investors Join the System. WSBO, CCLS, C-PASS, B&E Digest, OurWorldPages Business Digest Bring their Excess Revenue to the Table. As more Vendors, Merchants & Suppliers Join, The Investors move to another section and provide support. The Combined Revenue plus the Investment income and the Vendors, Merchants & Suppliers Income are combined to create a Work-Based Universal Baseline Income for the Individual Members. Member receives Advertising or Marketing Information on Products or Services Available. Member or Customer Makes Purchase. Affiliate Makes Sale and Receives Payment BEFORE Shipping Product. Affiliate Ships Product.

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QUESTIONS and ANSWERS

Questions & Answers Q1 Are we Network Marketing, Multi-level Marketing or Pyramid Scheme? A1 No. We have studied the above mentioned Business Models in depth, and avoided the things which made us appear as one. I don't want my grandmother in a pyramid scheme, and I feel very comfortable that if they join us, they can feel comfortable that they are not in one.Remember, this is a business for the people. As a result, we have no up line, no sponsors or unique products. We have none of the features that make us qualify as a Network Marketing, Multi-level Marketing or a Pyramid Company. What we are is a Cooperative Community that is concerned and looks out for its Members.The primary goal is to make available to all Individual Members a Work-Based Universal Baseline Income of $4,000 per month with a Business Enterprise for life. Q2 But, aren’t the monthly fees involved similar to what we see in Multi-level Marketing? A2 No. The fees for membership are used totally for the Capitalization and Funding of the Incorporated Businesses that you, and every Member receives upon joining the WorldSideUp System via WSBO. The Businesses may enter into Joint Ventures with companies which are inside of the community.We do business that do business with us, and we are unapologetic about it. During Phase 2, the Capitalization of the Businesses will come from Investments to you and your Business through WSBO. Q3 What happens if and when you decide to leave the Multi-level Marketing Business? A3 When you leave the Multi-level Marketing Business, and I have no doubt that you will leave, then all of the people that you introduced into the Business that are still in will suddenly become even more profitable to the company. Why, because you choose to leave, so your commissions now go where to the company and your up line. The Company gets Bigger and Stronger, and you get nothing in the long run. Q4 Where did this WorldSideUp System and the concept of a Cooperative Community come from? A4 The original concept came from our Ancestors in Africa. This System was modernized in such a way that no person is abandoned in their time of need. We have developed the only totally sustainable business model out there, and the sustainability is not based on a pyramid scheme, but a cooperative community concept enacted by Africans, whereby no one was left without. Q5 Why is WorldSideUp needed? A5 Whether it’s due to modernization, unemployment, automation and AI, or the downsizing of companies, WorldSideUp provides a modern day protection System from life’s changes. Summary Statement I HATE PYRAMID SCHEMES, as I have studied them closely and have to yet to find one that actually delivers on its promises, either short term or long term. My research has discovered that those companies are designed to take the potential good clients from you, and when you finally get out, and you will, they are left with your contacts and sales. Whether that was the intended consequences, I will leave that up to you. When Amway, Avon, Legal Services, Primerica and many others use the exact same model, it is a great idea. When Belk's uses the same capitalization blueprint as we do, nobody said it was a pyramid scheme. (They started their Business as a Consignment store and so do we.) If you study our system closely, you will discover that we offer all the advantages of those Business Models while offering NONE of the features which present disastrous results. The system is not intended to have any one unit capitalized more than another. The capitalization will come by way of all of the small companies that get Incorporated by CCLS in your state of residence, which is the Legal arm of the WorldSideUp System paying their dues.

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Cost to join the WSBO Cooperative Community

Cost to join the WSBO Cooperative community Cost to Join Phase 1 Income Fee’s @ $3.99/pmt Cost to Maintain Phase 2 Children $ Free One Time $ 500 / Month $ 3.99 per payment $ 0.0 Monthly In Phase 1, the Children will receive the same income as Adults, up to $ 500 per month. In Phase 2, the Children will earn up to $ 500 per month. Cost to Join Phase 1 Income Fee’s @ $3.99/pmt Cost to Maintain Phase 2 Individuals $49.99 $49.99 $4,000 / Month $ 3.99 per payment $ 750.00 Monthly In Phase 1, the Individual Agents will receive up to $4,000 per month, based on sales from the VMS. In Phase 2, the Investor Base will provide support to the VMS sales, and the Individual Agents will receive up to $4,000 per month. Individual Agents will work with WSBO or Associated Companies on a contract basis via your Business which was provided to you by WSBO. Investor receives 60% ROI, Grandfathered in for life through the end of 2018. After that, they will receive 20%. Cost to Join Phase 1 Income Fee’s @ $3.99/pmt Cost to Maintain Phase 2 Businesses (Merchant Plan) $399.99 $199.99 $9,000 / Quarter $ 3.99 per payment As Required to Maintain Monthly In Phase 1, Businesses will earn profits from the sale of their Products and / or Services. In Phase 2, Businesses will earn from the sale of their Products and / or Services, and will receive up to $9,000 in sales guarantees per quarter. The Merchants can have up to 200 Units in the VMS. Cost to Join Phase 1 Income Fee’s @ $3.99/pmt Cost to Maintain Phase 2 Business Plus (Merchant Plan Plus) $799.99 $389.99 $15,000 / Quarter $ 3.99 per payment As Required to Maintain Monthly In Phase 1, Businesses will earn profits from the sale of their Products and / or Services. In Phase 2, Businesses will earn from the sale of their Products and / or Services, and will receive up to $15,000 in sales guarantees per quarter. The Merchants can have an unlimited number of Units in the VMS. Cost to Join Phase 1 Income Fee’s @ $3.99/pmt Cost to Maintain Phase 2 Organizations $499.99 $259.99 $12,000 / Quarter $ 3.99 per payment As Required to Maintain Monthly In Phase 1, Organizations will earn profits from the sale of their Products and / or Services. In Phase 2, Organizations will earn from the sale of their Products and / or Services, and will receive up to $12,000 in sales guarantees per quarter. SPREADSHEET PROCESSING &SETUP ASSISTACE INCLUDING PHOTOS - $50.00 PER HOUR- 4 HR. MINIMUM

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