CHOOSE YOUR HARD👈🏼 Hard - is struggling to put food on the table.
Hard – is parents saying NO to your kids all the time.
Hard – is moms/dads dropping them off at day care so they can spend their days with someone else.
Hard-is paying those day care fees after working all week.
Hard – is not being able to get time off work when you are sick, or when your kids are sick.
Hard – is missing moments.
Hard – is wondering how you are going to pay your rent, or bills.
Hard- is not being able to fill up your gas tank to full leaving you with half a tank (or less) until the next pay day.
Hard- is having to put back groceries at the checkout line because you don't have the funds
Hard – is not answering the phone in case it’s somebody wanting money from you that you don’t have.
Hard – is arguing with your significant other about finances.
Hard – is working a 40+ hour week and never being able to afford a holiday.
Hard – is living pay check to pay check.
These things are hard and I have known hard in my life. 😔
THIS BUSINESS, is not hard. Nowhere near, as hard as some of the things I've listed. Compared to these things this business is so simple! I'm not saying it's going to be easy- I'm saying it's going to be worth it.
I am looking for people who are serious about changing their life. Someone who doesn't want hard anymore. Someone who truly wants to let me help them find an EASIER way. If you are ready to make a change and let's do this. I'm here to help you every step of the way! Drop me a message below! 👇📩💕😍😘
This is Dustin. I met him yesterday while photographing the art at Clairon Alley. He can up to me and said “I bet you can’t tell me who the man in the painting is”. After I couldn’t guess he said, “that’s me. But I don’t have hair like that anymore.” I asked him I’m I could photograph him and he agreed. We chatted for some time, he asked me if everyone from Kenya was like me lol. (all men flirt). He was very friendly, and pretty happy that someone wanted to photograph him. I never have much cash on me, but I compensated him with whatever was in my pockets. I think sometimes people just want to be acknowledged. To be seen. #followback