Daughters Of Zion SBA CNPP Grantee Announces Jacqueline Jacobs – Kingdom Dominion Solutions- As The 46th DOZ CNPP Entrepreneur Of The Week- May 14, 2023 – May 20, 2023
Kingdom Dominion Solutions
Phone number: 901-834-7811
As part of our follow-up to the progress the Daughters of Zion SBA CNPP grantee is making within Memphis, Shelby County, and beyond- we are highlighting the weekly Entrepreneur of the Week Award. Jacqueline Jacobs was chosen as entrepreneur of the week, and when asked why, Dr. Gerald Kiner, Ph.D. declared “Jacqueline Jacobs is on another level. Opportunists pop out the cracks claiming to be a life coach. She’s the only person I’ve ever met with an actual Life Coach master’s degree. in being a life coach. Jacqueline is a master networker. Having Jacqueline connect with the DOZ SBA CNPP has elevated us all. This is why I am extremely elated to announce Jacqueline Jacobs as our 46th entrepreneur of the week.
Q: Please state your name, the name of your companies, and the nature of your business?
A: My name is Jacqueline Jacobs and I am the proud owner of Kingdom Dominion Solutions. Here at Kingdom Dominion Solutions we are life coaches that specialize in group therapy that enriches people to set goals no matter where they are in their life. We encourage our clients to reach for higher levels and to consult with them the steps they need to get a step closer to reaching their dreams.
Q: How did you come up with that beautiful name?
A: I was in the middle of prayer and I have a habit of tying everything I do in with God. God spoke “kingdom” to me. As a Christian, my main concern is making sure I am doing kingdom business. As I was consulting God on what other word I could add to the name, a young man who was helping me with my website said why don’t you add solutions so that it’s tailor made to do anything that you want to do.
Q: What made you want to start your business?
A: I worked in the prison for 18 years and God would use me to minister to the inmates, not just show up to do a job. My boss, at the time, would allow me to teach or facilitate the groups. During the group session we would have a book club reading the book, So You Call Yourself A Man, and dissect each chapter. The purpose of these groups was to allow, through role play, inmates to see themselves through a different perspective in order to realize exactly how what they were doing and what they were involved in was affecting the society we live in. When I finished the group, those inmates never returned to prison. I realized God gave me what I needed to minister to people in situations I had yet to be in. I started my business with a hope to break the cycles of repetition of failures in their lives.
Q: What makes you stand out from the competition?
A: What I do is ministry first. I do what I do from my heart with God in my heart and with love in my spirit. I meet people where they are and as they are. I have a focus on bringing souls into the kingdom and to break the vicious cycle off of people’s lives.
Q: How did you find out about Daughters of Zion SBA CNPP?
A: I found out about the program through Ms. Newberry. She was attending a Tuesday class I was holding for networking and invited me to come out.
Q: What would you say to other business owners about why they should become a part of the Daughters of Zion SBA Community Navigator Pilot Program?
A: I would have to say this is an awesome program because they actually take time to seek what the community needs. They give the tools and equip the small business owners to succeed.
Q: In closing, what’s something vital you want all the potential clients out there to know about you?
A: I absolutely love God. I want people to see God’s love demonstrated through me while equipping them to succeed. I want to enhance my relationship with God even more as well as strengthen the relationship with others and God. I see my business as a great job with benefits because it’s beneficial to work and do ministry at the same time.
Q: What is your favorite food?
A: I love lasagna and seafood. I can make some pretty good seafood but I have yet to try to prepare my own lasagna.
Q: What is the greatest testimony you have witnessed from your ministry?
A: Seeing myself overcome rejection, hardships, pain, brokenness, homelessness, hardships, and struggles and still be a humble servant while going without but still having to sit back and watch God provide.
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