Today we’d like to introduce you to Talmadge Johnson.
So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
My entrepreneur journey started at the tender age of nine or 10 years old while working in my father’s bakery, where I had to stand on top of a milk create to service clients because I was too short to see over the counter. I was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. By the time I was 21, I moved to Los Angeles, California, to live with family. Upon my arrival, I couldn’t help but to notice there was a huge difference in comparison to where I was from in New Orleans.
California was more like a melting pot of culture and people that were very different from what I was accustomed to, which provided an opportunity to grow and expand—it was like the movies I saw on TV, which allowed me to dream. After some time, I became an entrepreneur and started my own business in an upscale part of town, which became a big success.
I then started traveling the world and later bought a home in a posh neighborhood—I was now living the American dream. I met a beautiful woman and fell in love—we had a son together but the relationship ended abruptly.
Shortly after, I became depressed and started to seek the help of a therapist with each session taking me back to my childhood. What I realized from going to therapy was that living the so-called American dream wasn’t making me happy. It was all a cover-up which needed more stuff to satisfy the moment. As I spoke to others, I realized I was not alone. A friend suggests that I write a book and help others I was like thats a great idea for someone who don’t know how to type, long story short I didn’t write one book I wrote two books how I did it only God knows. “Victor The Journey Of One A Story Of Many” and “Victors Road to Recovery”.
Victor was written as a result of a deeper desire to live on purpose in search of my true identity. In America, we have doctors for every kind of problem imaginable but yet most seem to be unhappy with their life. Accumulating more and more things, which is only a temporary fix and then you need something else like a hamster on a wheel going around and around. Things do not fix matters of the heart.
It took me a while to understand. But once I did, I started doing the needed work to live on purpose and realize that all life’s issues we go through serve a greater purpose, and none of it is personal. Talmadge Taj Johnson is an entrepreneur, public speaker, author helping phenomenal people achieve incredible results.
We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
OMG, I’ve had my share of obstacles and challenges it is in those tough times where the most growth has taken place. I’ve had to grow through the family matters, abusive stepfather, fail relationship with my sons mother that nearly broke me I lost my grandmother who I was very close to, a tree fallen into my business forcing me to relocate, meeting my biological dad at a late age and only seeing him four times then he dies. The greatest obstacle of all was learning how to forgive and let go, your happiness is yours and you must be willing and committed to finding that sweet spot called happiness.
So, as you know, we’re impressed with Entercoach – tell our readers more, for example what you’re most proud of as a company and what sets you apart from others.
Entercoach we help people turn their goals, dreams, and desires into reality by providing a user-friendly system, based on time management, goal setting, purpose and much more. The entercoach system provides the needed tools to remove the roadblocks unlocking the door to your potential future if your fallen short before and given up hope the entercoach system will show you that it’s never too late to start again.
(WHAT) We help extraordinary people achieve impossible results.
(Proud of) The ability to pour into others and changes lives.
(Set me apart) I’ve done the work not just read some books I’ve lived it all which allows me to be very transparent and honest.
So, what’s next? Any big plans?
My plans for the future is to live abroad and continue writing more books adding to the victor series the way its structured each Step will be its own book it has fifteen steps the plan is to write a book every few years. I also like to do Emerson camp in urban areas as my way of giving back. To those less fortunate.
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