Oct 21, 2018
On today’s episode we have Trainer, Mentor and Speaker Sharif
Jones @2cocky2care92 and some of the things we discussed were:
-What jail does to someone who never been institutionalized
- How starting over takes a toll on you mentally
- The impact your child makes on you as a black father
- The influence a mentor can make on the black community
We like to thank our guest: @2cocky2care92
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