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Dope Black Boy 2 Rich Black Man : Guide to channeling a young hustler's ambition into the development of an empowered successful man
by Marcellus Womack and Christopher Freeman




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Are there seeds of business greatness, even within the most underprivileged young black male, heavily engaged in a wild criminal lifestyle of selling drugs to achieve his version of the American dream? According to Christopher Freeman's life transformation...absolutely This inspirational self-help book highlights Christopher's life and business evolution, from fueling a misguided hustler's ambition as a dope boy, to properly channeling his hustle and drive to achieve an empowered level of success as a fearless business man.

Christopher's troubled childhood includes being sent to juvenile detention for a felony charge at 13, dropping out of school in the 9th grade, and selling crack at the age of 14. His meteoric rise to becoming a major dope boy making over $50,000 profit a month, was followed by 2 tormenting bids in federal prison. However, while incarcerated, Christopher embraced a powerful regimen for reprogramming his mind. He discovered how to use the exact same skills that made him prominent as a hustler in the streets, to build one of the fastest growing multi-million dollar virgin hair businesses in the nation - Beautiful Hair 4 U.

In Dope Black Boy 2 Rich Black Man, Marcellus Womack unites with Christopher to collaboratively provide a mentor/big-brother source of guidance and rejuvenating enlightenment for young black males, taking a very real and credible look at how an overly glamorized "Thug Life" truly plays out in "Real Life." Dope Black Boy 2 Rich Black Man also contains invaluable perspectives and solution bases for uplifting black culture, in addition to pivotal keys to business success and overall greatness, applicable to all.

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Overview

Are there seeds of business greatness, even within the most underprivileged young black male, heavily engaged in a wild criminal lifestyle of selling drugs to achieve his version of the American dream? According to Christopher Freeman's life transformation...absolutely This inspirational self-help book highlights Christopher's life and business evolution, from fueling a misguided hustler's ambition as a dope boy, to properly channeling his hustle and drive to achieve an empowered level of success as a fearless business man.

Christopher's troubled childhood includes being sent to juvenile detention for a felony charge at 13, dropping out of school in the 9th grade, and selling crack at the age of 14. His meteoric rise to becoming a major dope boy making over $50,000 profit a month, was followed by 2 tormenting bids in federal prison. However, while incarcerated, Christopher embraced a powerful regimen for reprogramming his mind. He discovered how to use the exact same skills that made him prominent as a hustler in the streets, to build one of the fastest growing multi-million dollar virgin hair businesses in the nation - Beautiful Hair 4 U.

In Dope Black Boy 2 Rich Black Man, Marcellus Womack unites with Christopher to collaboratively provide a mentor/big-brother source of guidance and rejuvenating enlightenment for young black males, taking a very real and credible look at how an overly glamorized "Thug Life" truly plays out in "Real Life." Dope Black Boy 2 Rich Black Man also contains invaluable perspectives and solution bases for uplifting black culture, in addition to pivotal keys to business success and overall greatness, applicable to all.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781517143244
  • ISBN-10: 1517143241
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: October 2015
  • Page Count: 298
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.62 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.88 pounds


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