We had the good fortune of connecting with Rashad Thirlkill and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Rashad, can you talk to us a bit about the social impact of your business?

My business and brand helps the community which by extension, helps the world. At a time where hope and guidance is needed for a younger generation that feels like there is no reason to dream big, for the middle aged person that feels as if they are past their prime without much to look forward to and its also for the affluent and elite that would like to give back by sharing their knowledge to a community that is willing to listen and learn.

Let’s talk shop? Tell us more about your career, what can you share with our community?
You can consider me a coach, a pastor, a liaison or a muse. I am here to pay IT forward, with IT being grace and gratitude. I am a firm believer that you get back what you put into the universe. With that in mind, I exude my experiences and the lessons that I have learned and attained from them. Whether good, bad or ugly, it is my belief that there is a lesson in every experience.

My business is derived from what the technology startup companies call building in public. I am building a brand from the start, allowing people to see the entire process, so that it may be duplicated by anyone that wants to put the exact same strategies into place, in order to make a million dollars. Countless numbers of books, endless documentaries, never-ending articles have been created about how to and what to do to become a millionaire, but there’s never been a blueprint that was shown in real time regarding those processes, both mental and physical, until now.

My intention is to show people that the old adage of if you set your mind to it, then you can accomplish it is true. Millionaire By Morning is a measure of that philosophy. There will forever be challenges to overcome, information and education that will expire, as well as advance and a time construct that we will all endure. However, there is a way that derives from structure and systems that trumps ability and know how in most cases. My goal is to teach these systems to willing participants that not only want better but requires better.

Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
Since we are back outside since the pandemic things have changed. I would suggest renting an AirBNB near the Dallas Cowboys stadium in Arlington. There are outlet malls for shopping and plenty diversified places to eat there. I would visit Thumper’s Vittles and get a good custom catered meal of the most delicious BBQ coming from Texas. For the nightlife, I would take a stroll down 7th St in Ft Worth and possibly end the night in uptown Dallas. If you’re hanging with me, we’re going to catch the horse races at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie for betting, cold beer and nachos.

Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
My family, community and neighborhoods of Forest Hill, Eastwood and Stop Six, TX is what made me who I am today. I learned so much from just being around older and wiser people. There is a lot to be learned in the neighborhoods, its the village that raises the child; within the churches, corner stores, local businesses, to the trap houses. in my particular case- the horse barns, there’s always a lesson or experience to be taught. I was a sponge, I soaked it all in. Shout Out to anyone that has crossed my path on this journey!

Website: www.millionairebymorning.biz

Instagram: @millionairebymorning

Linkedin: @RashadThirlkill

Twitter: @RThirlkill

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