Good Value Deficiency
When someone is unaware of or
does not believe in Good Values,
the resulting disease is called GVD. For example, if someone is missing Good Values such as Respect and Appreciation, they may become disrespectful and unappreciative.
Pro Good Doers
supporting the efforts of Kenden Dean and 4 Heart Radio with a fundraising campaign called music for heart to support the production and promotion of inspirational song to revive the heart.
by Kenden Dean
To celebrate black history month here is a song that reminds us of the debt that was never paid to the enslaved people who build this country with out compensation. We should never forget their sacrifice and should at least do right by their descendants. Pro Good Doers is
Professional Good Doers, Inc.
WWE’s Titus O’Neil keeps steady dialogue with teenage sons
By Joey Knight
Published Jun. 20, 2020
Updated Jun. 20, 2020
This Father’s Day, we reached out to a number of our sports landscape’s most prominent African-American dads to talk about the ongoing quest for racial equality. Responses have been lightly edited for length and clarity.
Local philanthropist and former University of Florida defensive end Thaddeus Bullard — known globally as WWE “superstar” Titus O’Neil — is a single dad of two teenage boys, Titus and TJ Bullard, who co-parents with the boys’ mother, says he regularly engages his sons in conversations about the “systemic issue” in society.
Good Value Edutainment
When someone you know is suffering from GVD, the cure is GVE. By discovering Good Values through GVE the condition of GVD can be reversed. For example, the Disrespectful and Unappreciative person can be transformed into a respectful and appreciative person with a good dose of GVE. Click the
button below for the cure to GVD.