“Where there’s a will, there’s a way.”
A mindset that allows us to get through life’s toughest obstacles.
A mindset that allowed JT McCormick to overcome racism, poverty, and abuse to achieve the American dream.
A dream that taught JT the importance of not being defined by your past.
He said, “My name is JeVon Thomas McCormick. I’m half white, half black, I had no college degree, my father was a pimp, my mother was an orphan.”
A set of labels that would stop some, if not most of us, from going after our dreams.
But, JT McCormick was different.
He decided to use these labels in order to get to where he wanted to go.
He said, “I was whatever I needed to be in order to get to where I wanted to go.”
What’s stopping you from achieving the ideal version of yourself?
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On Identity: “I was whatever I needed to be in order to get to where I wanted to go”
On Hardships: “If I made it through it once, I can do it again”