5 Pets Rescued by Shaman Shawn

  1. Nacho (Chihuahua) – Rescued in 2012 from the Streets of Richmond, VA as a small puppy by a good friend of mine, Leonard.
  2. Velvet (Chihuahua/Jack Russell) – Rescued in 2014 from my good friend Teeg in Philly.
  3. Scrappy (Yorkie-Poo) – Rescued in 2015 from my cousin, Shenea, in Philly.
  4. Angel (Yorkie) – Rescued in 2015 from a guy I met named Robby in Philly.
  5. Shadow (Pit Bull Mix) – Rescued in 2015 along with Angel (the yorkie) .

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<Inside Shaman Shawn’s Head> 

As I was writing this post the word “Rescued” just wasn’t sitting right with my spirit and so I went to do some research.

I began questioning, What is the definition of Rescued?

Marriam- Webster says:

Rescue (transitive verb)

: to save (someone or something) from danger or harm

Source (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rescue)

So come to think about it, I cant really say that I “Rescued” them due to the fact that, they were not in danger or harm before being given to me. 

</Inside Shaman Shawn’s Head>

I think it would be more appropriate to say that they were “Rehomed” opposed to “Rescued”.  Life’s situations made it so that the owners no longer had the time, space, resources, etc to properly care for the dogs. Thus, I took them in.

Yes I have 5 dogs in my home! .. lol

I only truly wanted 3-4 and so  if anyone is interest in adopting  1 or 2 of them. I wouldn’t mind having a conversation about it.

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My Entrepreneurial Journey

I started working at 10 years old when I learned the value of a dollar. Me and my childhood best friend, Jamaal, would take our parents lawn mowers and walk around the neighborhood going door to door asking people to cut their lawns. At the end of a long day of hustle, we would sit back and count our money and be thrilled for the next time. I was one of the only kids on the bus to middle school with $100 in my pocket of money that I made on my own, thus nobody could tell me what to do with it. (More Coming Soon.. )

23 Simple Phrases that Describe Shaman Shawn

Bi.
Top.
Masc.
Blazer.
Drinker.
Determined.
Over Achiever.
Happily Involved.
College Educated.
Computer Scientist.
Spiritually Connected. ———–>> ❤
Massage Therapist.
Software Engineer.
Self Motivated.
Social Worker.
Independent.
Ambitious.
Unique.
Daddy.
Escort.
Freak.
Geek.
Me.

This is a non-comprehensive list of words or short phrases that give you a small peek into the life and world of Shaman Shawn.

How I Make a Living

Put simply: Residual Income       (more details to come)

I live by a simple concept, “Pennies make Dollars.”  -Some wise man

A Brief History: I started working at 10 years old when I learned the value of a dollar. Me and my childhood best friend, Jamaal, would take our parents lawn mowers and walk around the neighborhood going door to door asking people to cut their lawns. At the end of a long day of hustle, we would sit back and count our money and be thrilled for the next time. I was one of the only kids on the bus to middle school with $100 in my pocket of money that I made on my own, thus nobody could tell me what to do with it. (Read More)

Major Concepts that shape my work habits: Linear Income VS Residual Income (What’s the Difference? – Coming Soon)

With all that being said, I make a living by building and maintaining small streams of Residual Income. I believe that the more diverse your income streams, the less likely you are to.. well..  go broke!

When people ask me “What do you do for a living?,” I always draw a small blank because I do so many things all at once. I am trying to create one of those 30 second elevator spills about who I am and what I do, but nothing “profound” has graced my spirit yet. So, I’ll continue for now to draw a small blank, and casually utter “I’m an Entrepreneur.” (which most people think .. JOBLESS!!.. lol)

I just somehow feel saying “Entrepreneur” is less cumbersome and more “Humble” than saying, well… I make money doing the following:

All of these (and probably more that i cant think of right now) produce income from as small as 1 Penny a day up to much more copious amounts.

(more to come)