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Dream Warriors Interview with Daquon

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Interview with by @jessie5_world

Hey guys love is in the air! It doesn’t matter who you are spending your days with, it’s how you spend them. Love, grind, cherish the moments together and create something. A goal, goals together as one are important as well. So in honor of love and who is very special to me, I’m glad I can share this special DreamWarrior with the world. Now just for this time, after this he’s all mine ha. Not only my love, he is a great person, son, brother, father. Hard working at anything he has his hands on. He’s had a clothing brand Xotic Outwear, so many small businesses but let’s dive into the interview! Guys give a huge welcome to Daquon!


Jess: Hey you....*flirts* , can we call you Kwon? Lol


Kwon: Yes, *laughs* you can call me Kwon babe.. Thank you for having me and super proud of what you do. 


Jess: Aww thanks, So what do you feel is someone that can be considered a DreamWarrior?


Kwon: A DreamWarrior is someone that has a dream and won’t stop at all cost.


Jess: Do you feel there is 1 dream or can be multiple dreams?


Kwon: There can be multiple dreams.



Jess: What is one of your dreams?


Kwon: Living a happily ever after story. My family just having love and staying healthy. Houses are in my dreams, with everything I worked for will come true. I want all my hard work to actually mean something and pays out in the long run.


Jess: What makes you go so hard? 


Kwon: The fact that in my head I know we only have one life. I know that in life there’s not a lot of time, we get older, but so much to do. Just try to accomplish as much as I can now.


Jess: Any accomplishments you’d like to share? No matter how big or small it may seem to others, but your very own accomplishment?


Kwon:  Well me getting and keeping a job is an accomplishment. The fact that I have to take orders or listen to others rules doesn’t work for me all the time lol. I like to be my own boss, people can’t talk down to me.


Jess: I get that, I understand exactly how you feel. We are all humans and there should be some levels of respect, some attitudes shouldn’t be expressed. If you respect me, I respect you. I love decision making and hands on stuff, working for someone else may not allow you that. So I get it. 


Kwon: Even staying out of trouble and remaining healthy are hard. I can see that as an accomplishment.


Jess: This is very true, especially in today’s society. There’s always that situation where people are at the wrong place wrong time. Being innocent and just be around the wrong situation. 

Do you consider yourself a strong individual?





Kwon: Yes ma’am 


Jess: So I know you personally, and I know you’ve always looked to be involved in business opportunities. 

What is some advice or choices you can suggest for people? Any mistakes you’ve had that you learned from?


Kwon: Whatever you are trying to learn or start creating, do you research. Immediately start googling lol. As soon as you get that thought in your head go and do all the research.


Jess: Makes a whole lot of sense, I mean if you want to be the best. To get into something and not have proper knowledge, is a disaster waiting to happen.

What does 10 years from now look like for you?


Kwon: Very comfortable. Looks very comfortable and happy. Basically I’m going to be looking back, thinking “I knew this was going to happen”. I’m very confident in that.


Jess: That’s so dope. Anything in your life that became a struggle or speed bump in your life?


Kwon: I guess when my pops left. I felt like I had to carry my family, like the weight was on my shoulders. I had to make things happen.


Jess: I can definitely see that being a struggle. 

Any advice you can give someone experiencing that now? 

Kwon: Picture yourself as a movie character, and picture yourself as them. If you were that person, handle it how they would handle. Not like a Spider-Man , like a Rambo.


Jess: I’m starting to realize and understand that now, living with you. Stop being afraid and just handle that....ssstuff.

Can’t curse on this lol.

Well, thank you for your time sir. I appreciate it and we are going to wrap this up guys.

Enjoy your Valentine everyday, not just this week.

Peace and love to everyone, Instagram is @jessie5_world. Our platform Website is www.stereotypeco.com and Instagram is @stereotypeco.

Dream Warriors Interview with Mark Teodosio

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Interview by Jessie C @jessie5_world

Hey guys thanks for coming back and joining us for our segment of Dreamwarriors; each and every week on www.stereotypeco.com. This week we will feature a local, songwriter, musician, comic book creator and the founder of “The City Needs You(TCNY)” brand. He’s a big supporter within other fellow entrepreneurs and dreamers. Everyone please give a warm welcome to Mr. Mark Teodosio.


Mark: That was a big introduction ha, but thank you so much for having me.

Jess: So Mark, what is one of your biggest  dream?


Mark: I always wanted to create my own comicbook and motivate students to chase their visions and dreams. 

Jess: Awww that’s super dope, motivating the young ones is such an important thing.

What is something that you’d like to partake in?

Mark: I wish I was able to produce my own beats and animate cartoons.


Jess: Sounds like absolute fun, ha. I would definitely like to be a voice in a character. 

Do you consider yourself strong for the industry?


Mark: I’m totally built to last this journey of becoming an artist that mastered his craft. 



Jess: Yea gotta have that alligator skin, no joke. Being super confident and sure in yourself is a must.

What is a DreamWarrior to you? 



Mike: Dream Warrior? In my mind I envision a tribal champion. Someone who has faced the hordes of savages that attack his home (symbolically the heart). A body full of scars (bad experiences & failures) has taken stabs from friends, enemies and strangers alike while becoming that proven warrior, all while fulfilling his/her calling, fighting for what he/she believes in no matter the sacrifice!

Jess: Whoa! Spoken like a true DreamWarrior!

This DreamWarrior have 1 or multiple dreams?


Mark: A dream warrior must fight for his/her dream(s) and everyone else’s around him from the smallest to the biggest ideas. No dream is ever achieved alone.


Jess: A team, absolutely. Sometimes have to be careful with whom you bring along. Any struggle or speed bump in your journey, you’d like to share?


Mark: I remember a time where rumors and bad things were said about me. It definitely made me realize that no matter how good you are or what good you do; the world will love you one day, then switch the sky and rain hatred on your entire establishment. The thing a winner must focus on is the goals at hand. These distractions may require some sort of damage control but NEVER, NEVER stoop to the level of the enemy. Take the high road and remember “VENGEANCE IS THE LORDS” always! 


Jess: Sorry to hear that, any advice you can give to someone experiencing the same? Or a lesson learned?



Mark: Pray for that person. They’re coming from a hurt and personal space. It’s hard to do, you really need to realize we don’t have to accept another person’s energy as our own and let it affect us. They weren’t there from the get and their weak vibrations just pass through. Think of it as light rain. Eventually the truth always comes to light. All life is perception. The lesson learned in any drama is that no ones negative opinion/energy will ever do a thing to you but distract you to deal with something that garners ZERO RESULTS. Stay focused on you NOT THEM. 


Jess: It is indeed very hard to keep yourself composed, especially if there’s lies or speculation involved. Even if something did happen that I did, no one knows the whole story. It’s my life not anyone else’s so, I mind my business so everyone should do the same. 

To wrap this up Mark, what’s an accomplishment you’d like to share?


Mark: I agree with what you’re saying. I’ve recently printed out my FIRST ISSUE of my comicbook series called “THE REALEST BAYANI” inspired by the passing of my cousin #RIPMarlomRamos. He inspires me a lot, miss him dearly and want his name never to be forgotten. Had a table in comic con, that was a blessing.

Jess: It seems like lots of cool things are going on and are sure to come. Congrats on everything and these dreams are phenomenal. Thank you for your time, guys you can follow and ask questions at his Instagram @therealestbayani. Any questions I’m sure he will be glad to answer and my Instagram is @jessie5_world, link in my bio. Thanks to @stereotypeco again, grab my book Gloetry at Amazon, my body scrubs @backtotheglo; peace and love guys.

DonShea Harris Dream Warriors Interview

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Written by Jessie C


Hey guys good afternoon it’s me Jess coming back to you guys with our segment #Dreamwarriors. This week our special guest is from Cincinnati, Ohio and he’s 27. He has been making waves and makes it his business to be a part of multiple streams of income. He recently has gotten married and a beautiful baby girl in the last couple of years. 

Everyone welcome Mr. DonShea Harris, thanks for taking the time out.

Donshea: It’s an honor to be featured, thank you for having me 

Jess: Before we start asking questions as I normally do, just wanted to acknowledge a couple things that happened recently. 1 of 2 things, I seen recently you visited a school and took time out to speak with some of the youth out in your community.

DonShea: Yes, I got to talk to the kids because my financial advisor is the coach for that team. The school is North College Hill Middle School. He’s been following my success for a while and wanted me to talk to the kids about how team = success when performed the right way. Speaking to the kids focused more so about team work and how I incorporate team work in my career now. I gave a really good talk that day. 

Jess: Awesome and I also seen you were part of a podcast interview. How did that come together?

DonShea: The podcast interview came about because the young lady and myself had been following each other for some time and our schedules lined up perfectly to do the interview. My interview was about my journey and the ups and downs of network marketing and what I went through with the MLM World Ventures and the switching over process. It was a lot of fun. That podcast airs next Monday btw.

Jess: Everyone be sure to check that out, I’m sure it will be awesome. If you guys don’t know already but follow his Instagram page @sheashowout for that interview, I believe the young lady has a #YouTube channel as well. I may also promote the link of that interview and you guys can always check me on my #Instagram @jessie5_world. Awesome stuff... 

So besides this what is something that you are being a part of ? 

DonShea: Right now I’m involved in the foreign exchange market. I’m studying how to trade currencies from one country to another and collect my funds in the middle.

Jess: Sounds dope.. and a dream of yours? 

Donshea: I have a dream to reach billion dollar status by 40. I want to create at least 100 millionaires in my life time. 

Jess: Amen to that. We gotta promote one another and bring the riders along with us. The abundance we shall receive will be tremendous. 

Any major obstacles along the way ?


DonShea: I was a member of this travel club before and some financial issues took place. My experience left me and my family with some tough obstacles to face but we handled them with pride and dignity and respect. It left me to make a decision on if i was going to partake in another company and build from the ground up. We left and didn’t look back, now we’re generating more and helping people BETTER. If that makes sense.

Jess: Sounds like a winning situation all around and yes I can imagine it wasn’t easy in the beginning of transition. What can you say you learned from it?

DonShea: Something i learned from that is to partake in my own rescue. I’ve learned to build a brand that represents me and my team the best way. We’re really taking networking to a global platform.


Jess: Absolutely, your brand is everything.

What makes you continue to go hard?


DonShea: Something that makes me continue my dreams is the fact that i was not born with a silver spoon in my mouth. My kids will be born with silver spoons and they will be rich and not even know it. 

Jess: The generations to come are important, definitely have to build legacies for them, not just ourselves.

DonShea, do you feel you are a strong individual?

DonShea: I feel like I’m a strong individual on the fact that I’ve but multiple organizations or hundreds of people involved. I’m also the backbone of my family, I’m the eldest of 8.

Jess: sheesh .. most feel like a lot of pressure on your part, no?

DonShea: My siblings are legit replicas of me. Like they have so much of me in them it’s almost no pressure at all. Plus we are all best friends so it’s a given that they will follow in my footsteps and even succeed my success ! I wish i could be them sometimes lol.

Jess: awww, that’s all great to hear.

This was epic, I thank you for taking the time out once again.

DonShea: I’m glad I could help and be a part of this dope opportunity.

Jess: Well, there you guys have it, a 27 year old entrepreneur, husband, father, mentor, brother. He’s holding it down and not giving up on making those growing decisions. Link will be a part of my bio in #Dreamwarriors blog section on Instagram @jessie5_world. We also have to take time out and thank @davenoodlez and @stereotypeco for allowing us to share all the #warriors stories. Any other questions feel free to email me or check out my linktree for more of the services/products I provide. Peace and love.

Khiry White Dreamwarriors Interview

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Hey everyone, you guys are now tuning in to the weekly DreamWarriors blog exclusively at Stereotypeco.com’s website. Today’s forecast is cold as hell ! Nonetheless still gotta get things done and announce our weekly featured Dreamwarrior. This man today is a young father, works hard, supports others and is working on some great big things. His thoughts and opinions are highly respected. Everyone please help me welcome Khiry White, who is a local Staten Islander.

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Jess:Thanks for joining us.. How are you?

Khiry: Thank you Jess for having me, a true honor.

Jess: Any dreams you’d would like to share?

Khiry: I would like to get to a level where I can become an employer and assist people with accomplishing their dreams.

Jess: What is a DreamWarrior?

Khiry: A DreamWarrior is someone with unbreakable persistence and contagious vision with the know how to execute.

Jess: Wow...that’s probably the best answer I’ve heard yet, very precise. Sometimes our executions may not be the most cleanest or in other words may not go as planned. But...speaking of that

When was there a time that things didn’t go as planned or some speed bump popped up in your life?

Khiry: Fatherhood. It’s a huge experience and game changer. I learn about myself and what I’m willing and able to do to improve myself as a father.

Jess: Any advice for the guys out there?

Khiry: You have to listen ALOT.. There’s a lot of pressure and learning but listening is important and especially learning who to listen to.

Jess: You ain’t lying ha.. remembering when my daughter was younger, not knowing so you value people that in your mind is seen as “experienced”. They help and can maybe assist in giving you an idea of how things will be or “should” be; you’ll learn from your own experiences to formulate your decisions.

Any lessons learned?

Khiry: The lesson to me, is try to remain balanced, not too rigid with things. Flexibility and openness to try new things are important.

Jess: yea a whole bunch of new things will come your way becoming a parent.. on a different note

What is something you’d like to enjoy yourself or become a part of?

Khiry: I’d like to learn about business developing, application development but to do that I need to work on my self confidence and put myself out there more.   

Jess: a bit networking and making connections ? 

Khiry: yes that’s a part of it...but more in consistency. In order to progress steadily, your consistency has to be steady as well.

Jess: What makes you to continue to go after your dreams?

Khiry: I’m pushed by fear currently, unfortunately. I want to evolve past that but right now I just have standards for myself.

Well folks there you have it, interview with Mr. Khiry White. Thanks again for you having to take the time out of your schedule. Good luck with everything, guys the link will be in my bio under #DREAMWARRIORS blog. You can always get updates on the website Stereotypeco.com, their Instagram stereotypeco and as well as mine jessie5_world. Peace and love guys.

Khiry: thanks for having me