But what may surprise you, is that for the 9 months of the pregnancy things just happened “naturally”. I graduated high school, got a job mopping floors at a local fast food restaurant, and things were moving forward. Even if unguided. You see, I never knew any successful people in my life. I never had a framework for me to analyze and say, “ok if I put in x effort, and accomplish y, I will reach z”. That never existed for me. Luckily for me I knew...


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Brandon Kissinger

Imagine, if you will, a time when you decided(or maybe even forced) to make a drastic change in your life. At first, you probably went through a few negative emotions like fear, anxiety, and doubt or maybe you are one of the few who tackled this new found change head-on. I wasn’t one of those people...


When it happened. I was young, and I mean young when I had my son. I was 18 years old when I found out, still in high school, and for the better part of the month I was convinced that the sky was falling. How could I, an unemployed adolescent, possibly take care of another human being? This would most definitely fall into the category of being forced to step up and start making some drastic changes in my life.



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