Born Accomplishment: Kevin Ferere

Kevin Ferere 

Founder & President of Prosperity U, LLC

Bio: I never saw myself writing books, or anything for that matter. But I always found myself in situations giving advice on dating and life. Ever since I was old enough to date, people have always been intrigued by what I have to say concerning their circumstances.

Considering everything I’ve experienced in my own dating life; I never wanted someone to come in contact with me and afford themselves to say “no one ever told me so”. This is because I know how that feels. I know how it feels to not be given the proper guidance and go into situations without the slightest clue of what I was doing, or what it took to accomplish whatever it was I was trying to do.

I found myself, constantly learning things the hard way and stumbling on my face; chasing after what society, friends, and especially family told me I was supposed to strive for. Instead of seeking out what it was that I wanted for myself, on my own terms. I was simply chasing a dream.

So I’ve dedicated much of my life, and my life’s work to waking people, like me, up from the dreams they were chasing…waking up the world. I want to show the world what we’ve known all along but have never accepted to be true. I want to show it to them in a whole new light.

Interview with Kevin Ferere

Dhylles Davis: Who is Kevin Ferere?

Kevin Ferrere: I am the Owner/Founder of a lifestyle brand called Prosperity U. LLC, selling literature, apparel, and cosmetics.

Dhylles: When did you realize you were born an accomplishment.

Kevin: When I survived a fatal car accident, in 2010, I wasn’t supposed to.  When the accident happened, it seemed like all the wrong things were happening at the right time.  I had my phone and laptop in the car.  My benefits for school were running out.  My job contract was ending, and the lease on my apartment was almost up.  I was forced to drop out of college with no help whatsoever.  To come out of that and even darker days, and to still be on course with where I want to be is an accomplishment in and of itself.  Through it all, my envisioning myself as a brand that will live on forever has truly revolutionized the direction of my life, the choices I make, and the way I view my world.

Dhylles: How long did it take you to accept your imperfections and what held you back from accepting?

Kevin: I began to accept my imperfections when I realized how much they are apart of the bigger picture.  If I were to be perfect, there would be no room for improvement, and I would render myself obsolete.  The only constant in life is change, so in knowing that, I would have to perceive myself realistically and know that the only option I have in life is to get better or get worse.  Everything else is an opportunity.

Dhylles: What comes to mind when you hear the word unconditional?

Kevin: The word unconditional brings to mind value.  When something is of value to you, there’s no regard for the conditions surrounding it.  You will embark on any journey, accept any risk, and pay any cost; to attain and maintain what it is that you hold dear.

Dhylles: What does being vulnerable mean to you and is it a strength or weakness?

Kevin: Vulnerability is always a strength.  It allows you to see your weakness and make room for improvement.  Vulnerability allows you to accept your humanity, relinquishing any sort of foolish pride or stubbornness  that hinders progress.  Vulnerability is a course of courage, derived from a noble and wise sense of humility; that understands, when you give your all…you gain even more.

Dhylles: Thanks so much for sharing Kevin!

Please be sure to follow KevinFerere:

IG – @kevinferere

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