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My name is Travis Devon. I am currently on a journey to more fun, more freedom and more fulfillment in life. When I first started with network marketing I was promised a dream lifestyle. I was not told exactly how much work and time the lifestyle would take but it has been completely worth it. I am not afraid of hard work but there is a shift in mindset going from employee to business owner.
I was born in a small town in Alabama to a mother with two kids and a father with seven. Needless to say they didn’t stop there. After my sister was born our family was complete. Growing up in a large family there were many hard lessons learned. Being the youngest son I always had new, hand me downs, clothes. New to me old to them. As a boy and young man it was hard to find my light, my name, my own little place in the world. I was always one of my older sibling’s little brother. I moved out of my parents house and into my god-parent’s when I was 12 which is where I stayed. I was your average nerd in school, with good grades, just never understood why I felt it wasn’t for me.
After leaving school I would join the Army Reserves and then off to college. After a two year stint in college, reality kicked in, and I couldn’t pretend any more. A formal education was not for me. I didn’t know what was for me I just knew what wasn’t. I packed up my things and went active duty military. I have a lot of respect for military training but low and behold being told what to do, what to wear, when to get up, and everything else that came with it, well not for me.
After coming home I spent sometime jumping from job to job and city to city with no clue where I was headed in life. I tried multiple get rich schemes and what ever the guru’s said would take me to the promise land. 2009 was the end of life as I knew it. Months before I was laid off due to the recession in which I decided to do something that I hadn’t had time for during my life. I finally had time to get to know my father. I remember when I was a very small child hanging out at grandma’s, going to family reunions, but never really talking to my father. He passed in February. Superman was gone.
Even though I was in the deepest depression of my life the last things he told me were still in the back of my mind. I wanted to finish everything that he started. Long story short, I am here. My father told me to sit down, find me a good woman, and to live life. This is that life. The freedom to work from home, the freedom to wake up when I want, and the freedom to go as I please. This is the life that I dream of. My blog post will tell you exactly what I had to do to get here. I hope you like.