He has been instrumental in helping me
My dad taught me selflessness—something I have to practice daily as being a chef and running a kitchen. I have to look after my staff and customers, even on days I might be tired or struggling. I remember when I was younger and afraid of the dark, my dad would have worked a long shift and come home and sit outside my room until I fell asleep, just so I knew I was safe from any monsters. Looking back, I know he was probably dead tired, but he wanted me to feel loved and safe, so he sacrificed his time for me. Those little things have spoken to me more than he will ever know and have shaped me into the man I am today.
More Than a Mortgage
I was sitting down with a friend who works in sales at FedEx a few years ago and I brought up the question of Amazon replacing FedEx as a dominant player in shipping. My friend said that would never happen. FedEx isn’t worried about Amazon. At that time Amazon Prime was new. Amazon had just purchased a fleet of jets and trailers for shipping. A look at Amazon’s past was like the handwriting on the wall for me.
Recently I actually stood before a crowd of people, some skeptics and some believers, and announced that I want to be a public servant for you.
On MLK Day, Artizan Constructors teamed up with local businesses and non-profits to give a 90-year-old woman a home makeover.
This week at Club 152 on Beale Street there was a health fair. Wait, a health fair in a bar? Yes and that is because this was no ordinary health fair, it was a health fair being put on for Blues artists coming to town from around the world.