As a teen failing almost every class in school, Eric dropped out of high school and lived homeless on the streets of Detroit for two years.
He had no money, no friends, and no one to turn to.
For TWO YEARS he was living in run-down, abandoned buildings that had no running water or electricity. For TWO YEARS he barely got by from eating out of the local takeaway and restaurant trash cans. For TWO YEARS he’d given up, and lost all hope, drive and aspiration.
And those two years were the longest, most regretful times of Eric’s life. Because he had labeled himself the “victim”.
He was constantly looking at what he didn’t
have, rather than what he could
have, what he could
achieve, what he could
make for himself.
Just like you are right now.
But after literally being stripped of the bare necessities for over 24 months, one day he woke up and said “enough is enough”.
From that day forward, he started looking at life with a brand new pair of eyes. Where he once saw dead ends, wrong turns, and impossible tasks, he now saw opportunities, possibilities and brand new adventures. But he often wondered, was it “too little too late?”
It’s NEVER “Too Late”.
You’re NEVER “Too Old”.
You’re NEVER “Too Far Gone”.
Eric is living proof of that. After hitting rock bottom and coming to terms with the life that was unexpectedly unfolding before him, he came to the conclusion that he didn’t have to sit and simply play the hand that he had been dealt…
Because he realized that: