It is happening right now! Young people in college dorms all across the world are discovering how to come out of school with a 6 figure income and work for themselves. They are building their own business using only their cell phone, and going to class and making $2500 a WEEK. They are literally getting paid to sit and learn. Some of them are making more than their own professors.
It’s not just college kids either. High School Kids are building their business the same way!
So how are they doing it?
Hip Hop Preacher Eric Thomas sits down with 25 year old Ambassador, Luke Wilborn who tells you how to put down the Xbox controller and make money growing your Vemma business. Luke followed his own master plan and became a leader with strong belief and conviction. It all started when he decided to take action and harness the power of now! Do the work now, and find out how to make your own opportunity in this down economy.
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A Little About Eric Thomas:
Eric Thomas (aka The Hip Hop Preacher) is no stranger to adversity. He has transformed from a 16 year old high school dropout, to a renowned speaker, educator, activist and minister. As a high school dropout, he lived on the streets of Detroit. Earning whatever he could by stealing, gambling, etc.
Luckily, at the age of 17, he met a pastor who inspired him to go back to school to complete his GED exams and go to college. Realizing the harsh realities of life on the streets, Eric was motivated to help others who were facing similar struggles to turn their lives around like
From starting the “Break The Cycle, I Dare You! “(BDC) program when he was in college, to developing The Advantage Program at Michigan State University in 2005, Eric has used his life experiences to inspire and help others to reach for success.
And in his recent Project Access initiative, he and “Team Access” plan to “travel to hundreds of America’s underachieving school systems and provide under-served students with the academic and personal development skills needed to gain ACCESS into the American Dream.” Eric has electrified audiences ranging from Fortune 500 companies to urban educators, collegiate athletic programs and inner-city youth development agencies with the message of his own life’s struggles and the principles, insights and strategies he used to overcome them.