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The Entrepreneur, The Freak

 : one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise.
 : whimsical in quality or disposition i.e., capricious.

        You know that guy at your job who is always positive despite the b.s.. He has an astounding work ethic yet the supervisor doesn't like him. The fella is social yet his intelligence makes others feel that he's being smug. He is always open to talk about his past failures; what he has learned from them, and how he has moved forward. You hear the guy talk about his goals that sound unattainable because he chooses to reach them traveling his own path. Wooh! That was a mouthful. Well I am that guy. The freak of nature. The always venturing. The ENTREPRENEUR.

Lenwood Wilson Jr.
(Homeless shelter event)

      Born and bread in the inner-city of Baltimore, MD. I am a product of a single mother home with no positive male role models. A only child that was far from spoiled. I was ome of thes kis that was always into something, but (thankfully) never got arrested. I never followed anyone, but I was often followed. I had many associates, but I only claimed a handful of them as friends. I was a rebel. i was always willing to learn, but hardly no ome was willing to teach. I was often misunderstood. I'm not telling you this for your pity. All the adversities that I mentioned and numerous more that I didn't have created the entrepreneurial beast that lies before you. I am the eternal optimist; a purveyor of positive thinking. I am so creative. I am so ambitious. I will stay motivated. I will be flexible, adaptive and agile. I will make it big!

      My last words where not rants or boasts, they where positive affirmations. These are typical
 thoughts that I have told myself everyday for the past year. And you know what, it works. I am 
no longer at a loss of what to focus on. I also have the inspiration to fulfill my desires, my dreams and my forsaken goals. Nowadays I wake up happy like every day is anew. And you too can wake up with a zeal for life as well. You too can start working on your forgotten dreams. Look in the mirror right now and tell yourself:

"My past is not who I am now."
"I will take ownership of my life."
"I can make the impossible, possible."
"I will be a success."

        Now take a breath... Now close your eyes, and imagine that everything you just 
stated became your reality. That your dreams have come true. Now open your eyes. Grab a pen and paper. Write down your biggest dream. Write down all the possible steps you can take to attain that dream. Think out the box for this one. Don't be afraid. When you wake up tomorrow and act on what you wrote. And reaffirm your intentions every single day you arise. Push yourself. Believe in yourself. Love yourself. Show the whole world what you're made of.
       If I shared with you my life's story, it would reveal that my life has been the epitome of hardship. I've been knocked down but still I rise. Love has been forsaken yet still I love. I've been used and taking advantage of but still I care. Don't let naysayers change your mind. Embrace you passion, learn what you will need to make it happen, then implement it. Love is love fam. I hope you have gained something of value from this post.

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  1. I haven't been throught a quarter of what you have been through, but I am looking forward in the same direction, are facing the same doubts... It is always so good to hear successful outcomes, and stories and you are reaching the right people... the univers brings them to you. I am one of them... I need to read your posts, your encouragements... they are good, they are welcome. You are welcome and I am glad to have met you and your work on FB:) I know a lot of friends/entrepreneurs, and we are all at doubts sometimes...So thank you for redirecting us in a positive direction:) Magali

  2. Ms. Magali I appreciate your support greatly. I am humbled by your words and I adore your support. thank you so much.


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