All the Phax
I spent seven years of my life in prison for my wrong doings. What I learned was that in the drug business, the best you could hope for were low rewards in exchange for major risk and repercussions. I decided then that it was time to do things differently in my life.
All of my decisions, both good and bad, have led me to be the man that I am today. A man who is a husband, father, friend, and mentor. And a teacher who teaches IN prisons.
Now, in the legitimate business world, it is not just the opposite–high rewards and low repercussions for failure–but I get to keep my freedom too.
I believe in the ability to change and the power of Grace because I have witnessed both; first-hand.
Young folks–especially in inner cities–grow up seeing drug dealers with the fancy cars and clothes; but very few see legitimate business owners looking like that. They don’t aspire to entrepreneurship for that reason.
My office is located on Martin L. King boulevard, where it has been for the past 13 years and I hope some young folks see our office and know that business opportunities are out there for them.
Adversity introduces a man to himself
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The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy
Dr. Martin L. King Jr.