For The Culture: Jeraun Richards On His Way To Millions

August 6, 2018

 

 Jeraun Richards grew up in a struggling environment raised by a single mother of 3. He was brought up to believe that his only chance at success was to make it to the NBA. After achieving early success in his high school basketball career, everything changed when he suffered an injury that killed his chances to a full ride scholarship to a Division 1 University. He then went from being a hopeless failure and riding the bus to community college everyday to becoming an entrepreneur and producing upwards of $178,000 in dropshipping monthly revenue while helping and inspiring others along the way. Now, instead of being able to play on an NBA team he now aspires to own one. Follow Jeraun Richards on his incredible journey to unbelievable amounts of success and a massive positive impact on others.

 

 What inspired you to do what you do?

 

"My life long mission has always been to ultimately serve others and make a huge impact on people’s lives. First and foremost, to take care of my mother and my little brothers and then to really just become a pedestal for the young generation to overcome and break the barriers and realized that the only limits that we have for ourselves are self imposed. Our potential is limitless only when we decide to see it that way."

 

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

 

"I see myself being one of the youngest black self made multi-millionaires and have had a massive impact on the black community as well helped shift the mindset of the youth."

 

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