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Who is G-Force Media

G-Force Media is a locally owned and operated bilingual full service digital agency with the advantage of having our very own bilingual magazine. We focus on local small businesses in the East Texas community. 

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Common Tax Deductions for the Self-Employed

S.E.O. Services – Maximize your marketing budget by optimizing your keywords on search engines.
Swag – This includes flyers, commercials, promotional items and social media paid campaigns.

Education – Courses, licenses, certification and even hire education classes. If it helps you grow professionally, you can deduct it.
From co-working space to home office.
Your dedicated workspace at home and internet may qualify, or utilities and equipment at a rented office space can save you money during tax season!

Vehicles, hotels, and flights, oh my deduct your nonleisure meals too!
Trips that last longer than the average workday count. Keep meticulous records of your milage and travel dates, it’s important to keep your receipts.

Young Entrepreneurs


I’m Lindsey, a full-time university student, and owner of Lindsey’s Letters & Design. I’ve made custom items since September of 2020. Specializing in promotional items such as water bottles, shirts, mugs, business tablecloths, and much more. 

I started my business because I’ve always had a passion for crafting. From a young age, I made my own custom items, I made DIY decorations for my room, personalized birthday gifts for my family, and my personal favorite ugly Christmas sweaters. 

I would never have thought to turn my passion into a job until I discovered the power of social media for a business. Watching videos of other people making crafts and the vast opportunities, inspired me to start my own business. I told my family that I wanted to start making items for others, and so it began. I researched what I needed to start my crafting business, brainstormed what to name my business, and very quickly went out and bought all of my supplies. 

Being a full-time student and a business owner can be difficult, but I make it work because hearing how much my customers enjoy my products brings me joy. When summer rolls around and I have a break from school, I plan on really putting my name out there. 

I would like to personally invite you to check out my work on Instagram and Facebook page. If you’d like to contact me to place an order you can reach me on my business pages or email! 

Thank you to our Sponsors

DJ/ Jockey Music Roots

I am Dewayne Blaq (black) born and raised in Dallas, TX. At a young age, I developed a love for music. As a kid, I pretended to have my own talk show host. I would use my G.I. Joe action figures and my sister’s dolls as my audience.

When I graduated from W.W. Samuel High School, I served in the U.S. Air Force for 5 years. Once I got out of the Air Force I began to DJ and pursued a career in radio. After graduating from broadcasting school, I began my career with ABC Radio Group in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in 2001. From there I moved on to Memories 97.9 and ESPN Radio. I moved to East Texas in October of 2003 and began working at 1027/1069 The Blaze. I currently work as the Assistant Program Director and Midday On-Air Personality. I am married with 4 children and I am a big Dallas Cowboys and Mavericks fan. Obviously, I am a big music fan. My goal is to become a premier personality in the radio industry.

6 Tips for a Great First Impression
(That won't cost you a penny)

Whether you are on your way to an interview or meeting with a potential client, you want to make sure you present your absolute best self. The steps for getting ready vary for each person, but below are a few tips that do not cost you extra.

Start with your basic hygiene- shower, brush, your teeth, shave. Style your hair cut, placing it out of your face and assure it is dry. A polished look will give you a confidence boost and impress others at first glance. 

Think of the setting. Wear proper footwear, iron your cloths, tuck in your shirt. If your slacks are too long, hem them. Do not wear a shirt that you need to smooth down, or a skirt that needs to be lowered every two seconds. The hand movements distract the speaker and draws focus away from the conversation. A carefully thought-out (appropriate for the occasion) demonstrates you know yourself and what you’re walking into. 

There’s an old saying “If your 5 minutes early you’re on time. If you’re on time you’re late.” You look amazing, so get there early. Arriving on shows others you respect their time and are eager to meet with them. 

Do your homework. Gather any materials and have a game plan. Be ready to answer and ask questions. Being prepared shows a high level of responsible. 

Keep comfortable eye contact. Sit up to show your engagement. Use body gestures to show your listening. Make sure that your body stays open so as not to appear cold or interested. Body language speaks volumes. 

You’ve done the research, landed the interview, and look amazing; your ready now. Stay positive and speak clearly. Interviews can be scary but take your time avoid fillers such as uh, um and like. Effectively communicating leaves people with a better memory of you. 

5 Tips When Starting
a Small Business


Prior to launch day, it’s important to do your research. It’s important to know if there is an audience for your product or service and how you will reach them. Research similar products and competitor to learn how to stand out.


Networking is the exchange of information and ideas among people with a common profession. New form relationships will bring business opportunities you might not be able to find on your own. 


A budget will set aside money for start-up costs, fixed expenses, supplies, inventory and every aspects of your business. Similarly, you must be willing to invest money when beneficial to your business. Without a budget, you run the risk of spending more money than you earn. 


Guidance from a mentor with experience and knowledge in your field will help you navigate through the necessary steps to success. 


Your passion will be the drive to success or failure. Success doesn’t come easily without hard work. As you work endlessly to move your business ahead, remembering the reason you started the big undertaking can be a great drive! 

Salud Optima

Feel Like You Again

Welcome to a wellness health clinic that helps you take care of yourself, and the people you love. 

2202 Old Henderson Hwy, Tyler, TX 75701
903-405-9900 Info@saludoptima.usa

It’s super easy to take control of your health, all you have to do is visit Dr. Jauregui, and you will learn to focus on you and your family’s health in the best natural way at Salud Optima

Get to Know Dr. Jauregui

Dr. Monica Jauregui has been practicing medicine since 2011. In 2020 she decided to specialized in Private Function Medicine Practice. Dr. Jauregui was born in Ithaca, NY, but grew up in Monterrey Nuevo Leon. While in Monterrey she attended med school from 1998-2006. She later completed her residency at Louisiana State University, before practicing in East Texas.  

La Confianca Con Lady D

La Confianza with Lady D is intended to share with the community events, news and topics of high interest. Lady D focuses on high profile figures, entrepreneurs, and business owners.  

If you have something of interest your would like to share with Lady D, send us a message and we will be happy to bring your ideas and interest to our show. 

Lady D's Drinks

  • 1 1/2 cup of frozen strawberries, partially thawed
  • 1 part cake vodka
  • 1 part Tequila Rose
  • Whole strawberries for garnish


  • Place strawberries into a processor and blend till smoth1 part cake vodka
  • Add spoonful of pureed strawberries into a class filling 1/3.
  • Add cake vodka to fill the glass 2/3s full
  • Top with Tequila Rose and garnish with strawberries

Noches De Barra

Noches de Barra is a Facebook Live Broadcast show that brings you entertainment with live music, local talent, business owners, surprises and much more! 

Noches de Barra is a Facebook Live Broadcast show that brings you entertainment with live music, local talent, business owners, surprises and much more! 

About the host

The goal of this show is to help our local talent create awareness in our community. We have a different guest every Thursday night and it varies from local artists to business owners. The support we have received from our audience and sponsors is amazing. Our sponsors provide items such as gift cards and other fun prizes to give away during live shows. While it may seem like fun and games, we help our guest share their dreams and their goals with other who are in need of their services. We welcome anyone who wants to be part of this wonderful community. 

From the Editors

Behind every obstacle there is an opportunity, we just need to find it. We can all agree that 2020 was a very difficult year. We were all forced to live in a new type of world where pandemics and uncertainty exist. 

In the middle of the pandemic, our family discussed how we can let our community know about current events, topics, and issues. That is how G-Force Magazine was created. 

Our hope is to be able to offer what the business’s owners need in order to be successful and to provide our full support. 

We want to welcome all of our sponsors and everyone who have fully supported the journey of creating the G-Force Media Magazine. It has been a challenge outside of our comfort zones, but has thought us that in the most difficult times it is when we must push harder than ever… 

We will continue to work hard, so we may provide the best of our work for years to come. This is just the beginning of G-Force Media Magazine. We know having the full support from our readers, local businesses, and all of you will make our team the strongest Latino American advertising team in East Texas. 

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