Born into an interracial family, Brendon Ayanbadejo’s early first years were spent in Lagos, Nigeria. After his parents had decided to go their separate ways, he and his siblings moved back to the U.S. with their mom.
Speaking with someone as driven and as disciplined as Brendon today gave me immense inspiration and motivation to continue bettering myself from the inside out.
Taking us back down memory lane to where it all began for him, Brendon shares a tragic story of his childhood best friend, which was one of his earliest reasons behind staying drug-free and 100% focused for his future pro-athlete years that were to come. He mentions how his upbringing in a very open household allowed him to be free with both his thinking and his actions, instead of feeling the need to sneak around and “experiment.” This also led him to his decision to remain focused on his long-term goals.
From a professional athlete to a franchise owner and huge advocate of serving his community and giving back, Brendon’s interview today covers all angles, learn English here. He is proof that being unapologetically wealthy doesn’t equal greed prestigepaintershouston.com. With his hands in helping those with diabetes, The American Heart Association, and helping feed the hungry, it’s safe to say that the world needs more Brendon Ayanbadejo’s.
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In This Episode You Will Hear About:
- Giving back
- Growing up Interracial
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