The Start of Something New

the statue of liberty with blurred american flag waving in the background. Democracy and freedom concept.

I’ve lost a lot in the last few years: my business, my friends, my reputation, and my freedom. Today is August 14th, and I am starting all over again. I’m 32, but it may as well be day one.

Is success possible for me? Is there hope? I would say yes, and I hope to answer those questions for you. Remember that every day is a chance to start over, it’s never too late, and no excuse or barrier in life is insurmountable.

Every obstacle is an opportunity to grow and get better. You can grow not only despite your challenges but because of them.

For those who know who I am and what I’ve been through, I think you will find a story that will inspire and motivate those of you who may be going through problems in your own life.

And for those of you who don’t, for now, I will keep my past a secret. But just know this: I’ve got every reason to give up and settle for mediocrity.

And yet, for me, that just isn’t an option.

I am bound for greatness, and there is nothing that will get in the way of that.

Who do I have out there reading this? Feel free to say hello, and reach out. I’d love to know who I’m taking this journey along with.

Until next time,


Getting the Publicity We Need: Thank YOU!

For years, advocates have raised concerns to the District of Columbia government over what they say are inhumane conditions inside the CDF, a nearly 50-year-old jail just two miles from the U.S. Capitol. Yet it was only when detainees accused of storming the Capitol building last Jan. 6 began raising complaints about the conditions of a neighboring jail facility that reform efforts gained momentum. After Jan. 6 defendants’ lawyers raised allegations of poor conditions at the Department of Corrections (DOC) facility, including a lack of access to medical care, an unannounced review of the jail by the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) concluded there was “evidence of systemic failure.”

Article here.