Americas History Lesson Patron On Book Reading

Frederick Douglass is America’s “patron saint” of being a book-reading bad-ass.

Now, I’m not an F-Dougie hater… but I think we take his example too seriously.

Douglass was an American slave. As the story goes, he and his fellow slaves were not allowed to learn how to read. So, what did he go ahead and do?

He learned to read.

In his reading, his soul was pricked by this idea of “freedom” that he just couldn’t shake. And so he dedicated himself to the education and empowerment of his fellow slaves, and he staged an escape in the process.

Because he found his freedom, we know his story.

And we’ve been seeking empowerment through education ever since.

But you’re not Frederick Douglass.

You can read for yourself, and no one’s telling you what to do.

At least, no one with any power.

So, stop reading “empowerment” books, get off your butt, and make the change you know you want to make.

You could keep with the sheep and read another this-is-how-life-works book.

Or you could hop on board with us and make commissions in the $1000s, $3000s, $5000s, or more.

We don’t give you books to read.

We build your business with you step-by-step.

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Joseph Smith

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