Love. Inspiration. Motivation. Affirmation. Kids universally need these things to help build them up and give them what they need so they too can have it all.
My guest today is Shaun Banks (SF. to his friends). He has committed his life to the personal development of youth. He is a motivational speaker, a 3-time author, and the founder of multiple programs and conferences all geared towards empowering youth to have it all.
In this episode, we’ll discuss:
- What brought SF. to working with the youth today
- How SF. created many different opportunities to give motivation, love, and inspiration to countless kids around the world
- How COVID-19 increased the challenges kids were facing
- The obstacles SF. needed to overcome when first starting out on his entrepreneurial journey
- And much more!
If there’s someone that you know who is just starting on their entrepreneurial journey, please share this episode with them. Together, we’ll change the world on our own terms, we’ll question everything, and we won’t just accept what is being handed to us and what we’ve been told to be true.
And be sure to leave us a review wherever you’re listening. Thanks for joining me on this ride, and enjoy my conversation with SF!
In This Episode:
[01:11] – An introduction to our guest, SF. Banks.
[02:35] – What brought SF. to work with the youth today?
[04:14] – SF. faced many challenges when he first got started working with kids.
[06:42] – Here’s how SF. was able to overcome his lack of self-confidence and imposter syndrome.
[09:19] – We’re reminded that everything we ever want is on the other side of fear.
[10:17] – This is how SF. was able to use sweat equity to avoid going into debt and paying creditors. In the beginning, though, this did come at a cost.
[13:07] – Tiffany and SF. discuss how being resourceful can make all the difference when first starting out.
[14:34] – We hear the most impactful things SF. learned from his mentors when starting his entrepreneurial journey.
[17:26] – SF. discusses how his magazine You Can Have It All came about.
[19:10] – COVID-19 presented the right opportunity and drive to get the helpful info. in the You Can Have It All magazine to kids. Here’s why.
[20:32] – SF. explains how his involvement in the You Can Have It All! Orphanage in Uganda got started.
[23:00] – This is the best way to build connection and community, according to SF.
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