Thank you for taking time out to read a
little bit about my journey. I was born in Dallas, I graduated from
Franklin D. Roosevelt in the top three percent of my class. I attended
Southern Methodist University where I started a degree plan in computer
science but left school due to an issue with the politics of sports and
loosing the desire to finish what I started. I went to work for the
largest transportation company in the world where I am currently an
operation manager. While moving up in the ranks I went back to SMU to
complete my degree in Economics. While attending SMU I reunited myself
with three things I’ve enjoyed all my life: writing, poetry and music. (CLICK PICTURE TO GO TO WEBSITE)
I started writing poetry very young and later started writing ideas for books. I’ve been writing lyrics and melodies since I was twelve but never pursued any of those creative paths because I was living “The American Dream in Corporate America.” I got complacent, fell into the trap of a false sense of security and then helplessness having to go through a company layoff of which I made the cut, but still had to wait to get the word I still had a job. It was during that ordeal I had an epiphany, it was time to chase my own rainbows, my destiny.
I knew stepping out into the world of entrepreneurship would be difficult, there are no guarantees and talent alone is not enough. It is the relentless pursuit of what you want and not letting anyone tell you you can’t win. It is drive, it’s faith, it’s favor and believing that no matter what happens, if you’ve given it your all and done your best, let the chips fall where they may. I’ve struggled through many trials but now I feel I’m on the other side of the storm. So here I am, writing books, started my own company, singing and writing songs, designing slogans for t-shirts and writing scripts for movies. I believe for all things there is a season. This is my time and I look forward to sharing my gifts with you.