I have worked with juveniles for the past 9 years and I grew up in a neighborhood where there was a great deal of negativity, so I got a chance to witness a lot. I have always had the desire to help our young people but I knew that I had to start with me first, so I got myself together before I said a word to anyone. I spoke at churches, and college events, but I was not reaching the number of young people that I desired. One day, I was sitting inside of my college classroom listening to the instructor when a message came to me asking Ďwhat are you doing for the betterment of the young people future by sitting inside of this classroom?í After that question was asked, a vision of a book came to my mind and I immediately started typing. Two years later I am proud to say that I am the author of this book in which that vision that I had two years ago would not be a reality if I would not have followed my mind. It was hard to let college go to follow a vision that was so far off from becoming a reality when I had only 4 classes left in order to get my degree, but I thank God for allowing me to take that risk because now I can go back to school and feel a whole lot better about myself. Everybody did not agree with my decision to let college go for a little while but I could not worry about how they felt because they could not see what I was seeing and they definitely was not going to assist me with making my dreams come true. I donít care what your dream are or was, it could indeed become a reality if you put time into it and donít be afraid of folk talking about you or the possibility of you falling flat on face. Whether you live in a small town or a big city, whether your rich or poor, tall or short, black or white, fat or skinny, it donít matter because opportunities and dreams do not discriminate, they dwell everywhere all you have to do is accept them. What Are You Waiting ON? Get that shovel and get too digging those dreams up while you still have breath in your body.