Prosperity for All (Author Interview)

Prosperity for All looks like a great book.  What can you tell us about it?

This project came about after many conversations with friends, family and strangers about the most profound lessons they have learned in their own lives and of course I added some of my experiences as well. With that said we wanted to set the stage for the community to learn from each other through failures and mistakes. My grandfather would always say “A smart man learns from his mistake; a wise man learns from other” I have always found so much truth in his words.

Any plans to turn it into a series?

I think down the line it could be many parts to this project because there are so many more people and experiences that we can learn from.

What section did you have the most fun writing?

While the majority of the writing was done by me. the most fun part of getting this done was the collection of individuals I was able to talk to and learn from. I learned about family and friends I have known forever and that was truly insightful.

What inspired the idea for the book?

In the spirit of independence, I always wanted to build a brand or have a product I could sell to an audience and this project was the first step in starting our brand “Prosperity”

How did you come up with the title for the book?

It has the name of our company which is Prosperity and there is a play on the old American adage “Liberty and Justice for All” and at the core that is my hope to help deliver to the masses of this great country.

Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Prosperity for All?

I wanted a project that could teach those who decided to read and the toughest part in that is choosing whose voice would be in the project along with mine. There were so man great stories and experiences I heard but I wanted to keep it as much of a reasonable read as possible.

What do you like to do when not writing?

Our company has a podcast and we do work in the community hosting sports leagues for the youth so I do my best to stay busy and continue to push our culture forward to a fair and equitable. I would say I am truly a workaholic and I truly have a passion for making the world a better place.

Where can readers find out more about your work?

They can follow us me on all social media platforms check out our podcast on Instagram and YouTube would be the best way. Links below.

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