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New Beginings


     Hello all. This post will be simple, raw, and thought provoking. I have decided to write all my furture blog content free form. Meaning whatever is on my mind for the week is what I'm posting. With that being said this blog post is about new beginings.

    First let me reintroduce myself. I am Lenwood Wilson,  Jr.. Please do note the junior, lol. My nickname name growing up was Chip or Big Chip. The nickname name was given to me at birth. It was to symbolize that I would be like my father; ie "Chip off the old block!". My father wasn't around for me after age 5. I am glad to say the negative parts of his character never rubbed of on me.

   I grew up in the high crime city of Baltimore, MD U.S.A.. Primary none for sensless killings, drugs and H.I.V.. I was not a homebody and most of my friends where deep in the drug game. I made a conscious choice never to sell drug. I still hung out with my friends whether just chilling, beef or drug transactions. I can only say GOD looked out for me and I know where my blessings come from. By GOD'S grace I was never locked up, shot, stabbed or occurred a drug addiction.

 Fast forward to 2020. I am now 38 years old in a stable relationship with the love of my life. Despite my past failures in relationships and business; I still push the envelope. She has helped me with so much emotionaly, financially and spiritually. My support for her is reciprocal. We are building a strong household raising our daughter Aniya usiness; I still push the envelope. She has helped me with so much emotionaly, financially and spiritually. My support for her is reciprocal. We are building a strong household raising our daughter. 

    I haven't been so serious about succeeding and accomplishing greatness in my life. I am a full thrortel not looking back entrepreneurial freak. My passion and desire is lit. I have learned from my mistakes. I have made the proper adjustments now it's time to make moves major. I full time Lyft Rideshare rideshare driver. Full time Motivator, Aspiring key note speaker. Soon to be Christian Apparel/ Urban clothing mogul. The sky is the limit ya'll. Stay Blessed!

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