I'm Afro Ndiritu, An Award Winning Entrepreneur, Keynote Speaker and Mentor
From the Desk of Afro Ndiritu
Have you ever had a time in your life when you had to face something bigger than you, stronger than you, and scarier than you?

Let me take you back.

It's 1993, and you find me, a nine-year-old boy at home in a terraced house in the middle of Birmingham, Northbrook Street. This house, right in the middle of the street, and it's got this weird brick outside all colourful and bright, and patterned out (now painted white).
It's got a funny zigzag roof.
My dad built it. He loves building.

He's absolutely amazing at it. We're getting ready to go to bed.

My sister's two years younger than me, Aida, four years younger than me, Rhoda are all staying in the same bedroom.

Really annoying having two younger sisters taking up all the room.

"Afro, What's that?”.

“Rhoda, just go to sleep, man, you always do these weird things. I don't know, I don't care what it is."

"There it is again Afro”.

"I don't know, Rhoda”.

Wow, there she is, my mom.

Now, my mom is about 5ft 3ins, has her hair tied up in a bun most of the time, always got this big warm smile on her face, she's so friendly.

But not today.

She's lying on the floor in her pyjamas, all scared and worried.

"Mum? Are you okay? What's wrong, mum?"

In he comes.

Why is he so angry?

He's got this rage in his eyes.

He is about five foot nine, big build, strong, intimidating, peering over with hate in his eyes.

The smell of alcohol is everywhere.

"Mum? What's wrong with Dad?” with fear and tears pouring down my face.

“Mum? It's going to be okay, mum, it's going to be okay."

‍That was 1993.

That went on for another 10 years.

In and out of prison, my father was, drinking alcohol heavily.

Sometimes he was loving, but other times you just didn't want to be in the same room as him.

10 years we had to live through that. Fast forward 10 years, same house, same man, same situation.

This time I'm bigger, I'm stronger, and I face him.

He's left petrol all around the house.

He was going to set alight to it.

Not today.

"Dad, what's wrong with you? Dad, why do you do these things? Why, why, dad, why?"

I stood up to him that day.

The police came in, took him away.

He spent the next five years or so in prison.

That was the last time I saw my dad face to face. I thought it would just stop there, once my dad went to prison, but it didn't, it got worse.
I over-drank, I overspent money, the money I didn't have, I created £30 grand worth of debt, impacted my relationship with my ex-partner.

It got to a point where I'd pass out on the settee and wouldn't even know how I got home.

I worked in a career in retail I didn't really enjoy.

I couldn't find my passion and purpose.

But when I stopped drinking, it created that space.

And it was that space that created the opportunity to learn, learn more about myself and where I want to go with my life.

And it's from there I learned, I went on courses, I read books, I spent a lot of time on self-development.

This lead me to start my own business and this is what I do now is because I went through my own struggles in my 20s and 30s, and I want to help others build their own 6-figure business.
Why do I want to do that?

Because I know that once you stop drinking or once you have a bigger purpose to serve, that makes a massive difference in your life.

And I think to focus from alcohol to business, is a great thing to do.

You can impact other people, you can create a position of strength to help people who need more help.

That's why I've created an academy with all products & services to help educate entrepreneurs.
And today I educate others such as entrepreneurs, business owners, coaches, consultants or experts in a particular field to help them grow through their struggles, to find an ideal client, to match them to the products and service they offer using The BuRi Business Blueprint – The 6 Triggers To 6 Figures™. 

To start your journey why don't you download your very own copy my free e-Book, How To Attract Your Dream Client and avoid the 5 most common mistakes entrepreneurs make. 

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To Your Success,
Afro Ndiritu