Meet Michael Talbot, a young entrepreneur dedicated to inspiring others to chase their dreams & reach their maximum potential. At just 23 years old, mike has designed 5 websites, established 2 LLC’s, founded a Non Profit Organization and built a solid team of 2,000+ influencers and ambassadors.
At 12 years old, Mike made extra cash by making and selling duct tape wallets door to door around his Neighborhood. Mike was always the type to get friends involved and had his 10 y/o Neibhor at the time, J Reed hustling wallets with him after school for a cut on the side. Mike also sold lacrosse stick pencils, phiten necklaces & whatever else could make him money. On top of this Mike worked on the local tobacco farms during the summer months from ages 12-16.
Mike was always a smart kid but struggled for years getting into trouble and breaking the law. Mike went through some trauma at a younger age which could be the result of years and years of negative reoccurring cycles. In and out of the system, countless rehab visits & therapy sessions, arrested multiple times and incarcerated twice, Mike has finally turned his life around for the better.
Having had a kid at 21, Mike is now focused and centered on putting the wreckage of his past behind him. Currently the owner of A1marketing & Comphy Kicks, Co-Owner of Treatment Solutions & President of One Love Foundation Corp, Mike will take every opportunity that comes his way.
Mike is currently working towards establishing a treatment center as a way of giving back to the community. He aspires to build genuine connections, to spread the message of love & hope and to help make the world a better place. “Life wasn’t always so easy, for years I was living a lifestyle that wasn’t sustainable. The constant chaos, chasing one high to the next, just to do it all over again. I am blessed to be alive to this day & to have went through what I’ve went through. I will continue to give back what was so freely given to me & want nothing more than to show others the light & a different way of living”