17 BOSS Moves That Helped Me Retire at Age 29

I started a company at age 17.

I started a company called “MJ’s Be YOU LLC” at age 17, which later turned into a business consulting firm called Direct Consultants, LLC.

I joined the military.

This is me after graduating MOS school.

I purchased someone else’s business and then, flipped it.

I started a company called MJ’s in 2016. We now have MJ’s Closet and MJ’s Closet For Men.

I worked with celebrities on different projects.

This is me meeting and working with my favorite basketball player, Allen Iverson, in a commercial for ESPN.

I partnered with other companies to expand my business.

This is me after accepting the partnership with Canvas, a boutique store in Charlotte, for MJ’s.

I wrote a book.

This is my first book called “Peace, Power, Purpose, Prosperity, but what about Perseverance.

I modeled internationally.

This is me modeling for a tourist ad in Hiroshima, Japan.

I used my skill of writing and passion for helping others to start a temporary magazine.

This is me after a state meeting discussing how people who are overlooked should be given the opportunity to suggest and execute new ideas for the city. I later wrote about my experience in my magazine called MJ’s Be YOU magazine.

I had multiple streams of income.

I’ve been paid to be drawn for museums and art shows both nationally and internationally.

An artist in Japan paid me to draw my face for her art collection, which was featured in a museum in Japan.

I have been nominated and won awards as a model, actress, and business owner.

This is me winning the Armed Forces Appreciation Award from ACHI Magazine in 2017.

I helped other people.

This is me volunteering at Speak Up Magazine. I volunteered at the magazine for three years.

I hosted a temporary TV show that gave local businesses and talent the opportunity to showcase their lives.

This is me filming the introduction for MJ’s Be YOU TV.

I hosted events for entrepreneurs and small business owners.

I traveled for radio, podcast, and TV interviews.

This is me on a flyer to be interviewed by a radio station about my career and business in South Carolina.

I took huge risks.

This me accepting a job in NY after taking a one-year break from project management.

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