2 Approaches to Success

Stanford. Harvard. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Howard. Before becoming a high school graduate, I had the opportunity to lecture at these institutions. See, the institutions did not invite me on the idea that I had a prestigious degree in business. I was asked based on the experience I have learned out in the world of business. This experience is the …

4 Questions to Trump New Year Resolutions

It’s January 9th, 9 days since those New Year Resolutions you set should’ve started. I wanted to check-in and see how those are going? If you’re anything like 80% of the world, you’ve probably already forgotten what your resolutions were. (I may that statistic up, by the way, but I’m sure it’s true in some skewed measurement.) I want you …

iPhone 7, a great use of technology applied to innovation.

Technology is a way to beat the struggle

Technology was my way out of a struggle. I believe this could be the same for you, and for those around you. It’s not the only way, nor is it a guarantee. If you’re familiar with my story, you’ll know the importance of technology to where I’m at today. If you don’t, here’s a quick run down: My parents had me at …

Finding Your Challenge

Two of the biggest mistakes we can make in life are being content with where we are, and sitting way too comfortable. I’ve come to understand that we aren’t progressing if there isn’t a challenge. In the video, I dissect a quote from Neale Donald Walsch, “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone”. In it’s essence, I learned …

St. Louis Kid-Preneur / Teen Entrepreneur Segment

Do you know any kid-preneurs or teen entrepreneurs in the St. Louis Area? If so, please share this with them!   I’ll be doing a segment with a local St. Louis news station, and I’m looking for that young entrepreneur to highlight. A brief discussion of the business and dreams will be followed by an exciting game that plays on …

Time Warner Cable News: Penfield Race Summit Encourages Teens to Explore Racism, Cultural Diversity

Some local high school students are getting a lesson on race relations. The focus of a student summit in Penfield is to engage teenagers to explore racism and cultural diversity. For the second time this year, area high schoolers took part in a student summit on race relations. Ranita Williams is a senior at Penfield High School who helped organize …

St. Louis Post Dispatch: Hazelwood teen featured in national TV campaign for business success

Jaylen Bledsoe travels several times a week to meet with his clients. He manages 150 contractors working for him. He speaks to universities and Fortune 500 companies and advises celebrities. Bledsoe, of Hazelwood, is 17 years old and hasn’t graduated high school yet. He is one of four kids that cable channel Sprout has chosen nationally to feature during Black …