…today’s secret… I don’t belong here.

History is full of successful self-made men and women, rule-breakers, innovators, rocket riders…

They looked like everyone else. But, they didn’t think like everyone else.

They had an advantage of being poor or became discontented with their lot in life and said at some point, “I don’t belong here.”

And then they did something to belong elsewhere.

The people you are helping are not the walking dead. Your intervention is helping them belong elsewhere.

You are helping them…

…know who they really are
…identify the itch they need to scratch
…overcome the factors that block their progress

Said simply…”You are helping them be who they are and do what they have to do in order for them to get what they want.”

The world is going to be a better place for it. “Thank you.”

Right Time’s PAS® adds the voice of your marginalized participant to your
intervention which means you can improve your decision making, achieve quicker rapport, gain marketplace advantage, and, maybe, increase your funding. How much of their voice do you need? $4. $8. $14.

P.S. Demico Boothe is an ex-offender who spent 13 years in federal prison.
After release he wrote a book, Getting Out and Staying Out (2012). It’s his ‘black man’s guide to success after prison.’ You don’t have to buy the book. I lifted 119 of his nuggets and put them in a document. I labeled it…Demico’s Synopis. Reply and I’ll send to you. It’s just his perspective that’s now eight years old and still pretty much on the money today.