Reading out inspiring stories is often fun, right? Well, if you’re looking to read out one, you gotta come here! Today, I am representing Kimanzi Constable, a common bread seller who cracked his talent and turned out of be one of the best-selling authors and successfully sold his book’s 82,000 copies.
Before he got indulged in writing purposes, he had to forcefully work on something nobody would like to do. He previously worked as a bread delivery boy.
Kimanzi grew up in a deeply religious home. He didn’t had TV to watch growing up; he wasn’t allowed to listen to music or date. When I turned 17, he was sucked up with his life. His parents told him if he didn’t follow their rules, he would be kicked out of his house. And HE did.
He was homeless for six-months. He lived on the street and friend’s couches. He went to high school for a while, but had to work as much as possible to get off the streets.
hE eventually got my act together and married his well-wishing woman. The first thing she did was encourage him to get his G.E.D., which he did. Still, he couldn’t write because I felt like an imposter.
Kimanzi worked hard in every section of his life in order to pursue constant success. Today, he has written upon a pile of successful books, planning to write more, and is appointed as a senior writer in one of world’s biggest media websites such as Huffington Post and Entrepreneur.com.
His journey as a blogger…
He started a simple blog on Blogger. He wrote from his heart and shared what he discovered daily. Right away a stranger was quick to point out my terrible grammar and questioned his credentials. Eventually, he deleted his blog.
He is a hgih-school dropout and after suffering so much in his early years, he wrote down two successfully established books out of which he sold out over 86,000 copies!