If you're doing what you love but can't commit to it, chances are things won't work out. These two words are some of the defining goals, whether you'll make it through the end or not. Experience plays a crucial role in learning. Books may give us basic knowledge on something, but the lessons we learn from experience by far is what sticks to us mentally and emotionally.
Maurice D. Ravennah is a successful entrepreneur. However, life was not always as easy for the entrepreneur. As per his statement: "My family has had and lost more than many have been blessed to ever have. A lot of responsibility comes with that testimony, and even more so with that ability to rebuild."
Instead of dwelling with negative emotions and getting stuck in the same place, Maurice used this as a challenge to do better in life. The entrepreneur's hardship and battles made him want to achieve his dreams even more. Maurice's parents were always there to support him. Instilling a goal-driven mindset and curious, ambitious personality lead the young entrepreneur to places he never envisioned would be possible.
Ravennah pursued International Relations at Morehouse and Business management at Southern Wesleyan University. The successful man had various career experiences in different industries and sectors. One of his experiences was being a US Naval Midshipman for three years. While pursuing his Master's degree, he became a subway franchise manager for two years. How's that for time management? Ravennah also served in the US Treasury for 6.5 Years, exposing him to learn about the people and government.
However, the work became merely just a title for Ravennah. He found the task unfulfilling. About to pursue his dreams, Ravennah left the government to build his social service firm---Phoenix International Inc.
Phoenix International Inc is one of the vital corporations Maurice has built-in today's world. Since the foster youth are aging out of foster care, and youth tend to have no proper financial and emotional support, the organization aims to support the youth after aging out of a foster home. The organization's mission was to build a stable foundation for these young adults. The purpose of such a program was to avoid the increase of homelessness, poverty, and crime among this young age. The program aims to re-frame reality by giving these young adults a chance to showcase their skills in the best possible way. More information about the program is on their website.
The award-winning application created by Ravennah is the Griffin Global Incorporated's U-Do app. The CEO received an award last 2019 in the Business Elite's Top 40 CEO Under 40. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a lot of young entrepreneurs and people in business struggle to look for resources. The app's launch date is still unpublicized; however, as per Ravennah, the app will soon be made available to the public.
The U-Do app's main objective is to make it easier for entrepreneurs to get to market and scale to success. To get more information on the company and to be updated on the app's launch date, visit their website or Instagram account.
Ravennah is a businessman, but business is not his sole driving force. Many of his decisions are rooted in a strong sense of social responsibility. The entrepreneur wanted to get involved and raise awareness concerning the social injustices happening around the world. Ravennah believed that equality is a right that everyone deserves, regardless of age and race. The act of raising awareness spearheaded the Just Stop Killing Us movement. If you want to take part in the campaign, show your support by checking out their Instagram account or going to their website.
Maurice D. Ravennah's success made an impact on a lot of people. The entrepreneur's story serves as a reminder that helping one another is more fulfilling than having the victory only to one's self.
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