In light of recent media attention, I’ve been so busy speaking on the company and not thanking someone who should be thanked. I’d like to thank my Lord and Savior. Without him, I would be no where. He’s given me the blessing to have the company and profound success, but to also be a motivation to others.
Over the last few years, I’ve been able to motivate that kid,
who smokes weed all day, to go and learn about entrepreneurship.
who plays video games all day, to go and learn how to develop his own video game.
who’s considered a nerd at school, and is bullied.
Often, my peers will say that I’m so lucky to do what I do, or how they wish they could do the same. Every time that I’ve heard this phrase, I get a sense of pride, knowing that I’ve had the opportunity to motive my peers.
Here’s just a few motivational words for you to share.
Age is nothing but a number, don’t let this prolong your dreamsSee Also
Your past does not limit your future, but expands your knowledge on how to make your future great.
Success is not calculated on the amount of likes you receive on an Instagram picture, but is defined by the amount of internal pride created by your accomplishments.
Find a skill of yours, and go master it!
I started my company at 12 years old, with little to no money, and look at where we are today!
Go visit my interview at St. Louis’ Fox Station. http://fox2now.com/2013/09/02/15-year-old-millionaire-owns-it-company/
What's Your Reaction?
Jaylen D. Bledsoe is the Chairman of The Bledsoe Collective, an innovative + diversified media & communications parent company, a brand architect & speaker.