As you know, the Real Wife Movement promotes healthy and whole relationships, especially in the African American community. I was so happy to run into Darion Coleman, a fellow Black Love Industry Professionals(BLIP) colleague, at a recent event. He agreed to share with you a little about himself and what he does.
Founder of CommonTruce
Years in Business:
Who is your target audience?
African Americans Men & Women 25 – 450
What’s the “Why” behind your business?
Re-establishing communication between men and women too strengthen our overall community.
What do you hope people will come away from your business with?
That we are limitless if we work together collectively united as one.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Continuing to impact our community by assisting adults as well as assisting to mold young men and women to become their best. As long as I am touching others and doing my part, I’m doing my job.
Who inspires you and why?
God. I know where my gifts come from.
Any advice for those who want to become an entrepreneur?
Don’t wait for others to back you or support you. If you feel compelled to move forward and pursue your dreams. . . DO IT!
If you could give your 18 year old self advice, what would it be?
Don’t have kids until you’re 35. Lol
Share a quote/scripture/song that motivates you?
Philippians 4:13: I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.