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Billy Womack  

Inspiring Teens. Empowering Adults

Billy Womack came from very humble beginnings and fought hard to better himself to the man he is today. As a teenager he didnt have many friends matter of fact his basketball was his best friend. Often picked on and bullied for his surgeries he had from cyst on his eardrums to his size, or his special classes he took for his learning disability. At home his stepfather and him butted heads and even got physical at times and was expected to work majority of his childhood. There was next to no social life for him.

With hard work, disciple and that burning desire to WIN he became 1 of only 2 ever to receive a full ride basketball scholarship and to become "Arkansas Player of the Year" 1991. He went on to join to United States Air Force after getting hurt in college and couldn't afford to pay for his school on his own.

Recipient of the Daedalian trophy and award presented semi-annually to the USAF unit at Base Level selected by the Chief of Staff, USAF, as having achieved the best supply effectiveness record in the United States Air Force in 1996 in support of mission aircraft and/or weapons. Only 25 of them given out every two years worldwide.

Billy enter Corporate America straight out of the Air Force to follow one of his passions which was helping others and he quickly became the number two sales consultant in the world for GTE a Fortune 500 company and named "Rookie Of The Year" His first year with the company It was there when he decided to become a entrepreneur at the age of 24 after reading Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill and became partners in one of the fastest online sports marketing company in the world in 1998.

This is where he story changes dramatically however. At the age of 27 he tried his first drug and soon saw his life sparrow out of control and going to jail. He ended up losing every thing from his rights to see his beautiful daughter, girlfriend, nice home, all his belongings and a lot of really great friends alone the way. He had lost ALL self-respect for himself and had shamed everyone that knew him. He even had thoughts of suicide. His mothers prayers saved his life.

While he was incarcerated he had a lot of time to think of what he had done wrong and when he got out he wanted to vowed to help others in any way he could to not follow that same path he took. He knew to do that he must earn a lot of peoples trust and respect back including his self-respect.

It took YEARS of barley getting by and struggling but with hard work and determination he fought his way back with several very successful business and now is telling his story in front of hundreds and thousands of people.

I would love the opportunity to share with your organization from kids to adults how anything is possible if you want it bad enough and if your WHY is the driving force!

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