I suffer from chronic insomnia. I’m lucky if I get 2/3 hours sleep a night/morn.
I finally switch off and take off my work hat in the early hours of the morning. Then the rest of the time, until I close my eyes, or not is spent reading. My second pastime, and if you’ve been following my blogs, you know what and where I do my reading. When I’m in the car when I’m out for coffee (rarely.) I’m not being unsociable and playing games or posting on social media or taking selfies – No, I’m reading.
Any chance I get to have a break from work, I read. Yep, I even take my phone to the toilet. It’s my little 5 min break before I go back to the computer to continue promoting my clients and their books.
I love reading nearly as much as I love writing. Both allow you to escape reality and step into a new world the author has built. Get lost in the dream-like state, get involved in the conflicts and either feel let down or satisfied with the conclusion.
There’s nothing better, after a hard day’s work, to curl up snuggled with a book.
Meet Marcus Carter author, entrepreneur and an honest man that holds his hands up to his mistakes and is determined to get the job done.
Marcus Carter is an award-winning speaker and realtor from Chicago, Illinois. A burgeoning black entrepreneur, Carter is the founder and owner of Chicago’s number one black wealth real estate investment firm, Carter Property Solutions LLC, which also serves as a real estate consultancy for investors far and wide. He has authored five books, including an Amazon Best Seller, and he continues to dedicate his time and efforts to the enlightenment of black investors, illuminating the road to wealth and success for Black wealth seekers.
I chat with Marcus and he’s not what I expected. There is so much more to what you see. he’s smart. well educated and knows exactly what he wants and how to get it. And with determination like that and the way he can express himself. I think he can do it. I think he will make a difference to his community, no matter how small it is. Like a seed, once it’s planted it can grow. So remember the name MARCUS CARTER.