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Corporate America, just as the American Dream, have failed many people in the United States, who end up having to work two to three jobs in order to keep up with their expenses.
Mack is an example of this. He migrated from Haiti, the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere when he was a child. Coming to the United States was a dream come true, given that his family was broke. He says “being on welfare was like living luxury,” even though his mother had to work two to three jobs to put food on the table.
After going to school and getting good grades, it was his time to start working, but he also had to work multiple jobs, and depend on the 9 to 5 corporate schedule, and he soon got tired of it.
After this risky decision, he was worried that he would never be able to accomplish what he wanted or travel the world like he dreamed of since he was a child. He started to think that the American Dream was not real. In Corporate America, it seemed that no matter how hard he worked, he could never go forward.
But then he heard about the Credit Repair business through a friend, and decided to get involved. Today, Mack has one the fastest growing Credit Repair business in a very competitive industry doing a minimum of $1.2 millions in sales his first year.
Mack’s life changed from night to day. When he first came to the United States, his family did not even speak English, his stepfather died of cancer four months after entering the States, and he never met his biological father until he was 25. Mack went from hopelessness and feeling like his dreams were dying inside of him to “creating his own freedom.”
Through accomplishing his dreams, Mack also met Ketly, whom he married and has two beautiful children with. As he recalled his story, he emphasizes the importance of family and dreams.
Mack did not have any experience in the Credit Repair business when he got involved, but he had a mentor who he could follow and ask for guidance. This is why his main advice for people is to “find the right mentor and model after them.”
Mack wants his story and that of his wife Ketly to motivate people to start fighting for their dreams and creating a life of freedom.