So, last night, I met with Tony Abad and Bryant Hale, two incredibly talented and motivated individuals in the quest to advance our Hispanic community.
We met at Fairfield Inn, on HWY 84 and Hwy 6 in Waco. (I’ll take a quick moment to thank the owners of the Marriott /F airfield Inn for having such hospitable employees and a perfect, relaxed environment for a few guys to meet and discuss the issues.)
Tony’s a great man. Patient. Honest. Sincere. He’s got a wonderful family and career. He’s not sitting on the sidelines…watching from a distance. He’s fed up. He’s doing something about our Hispanic community…he’s a board member of GOPisForMe.com and is riding shotgun…he’s one of us…
The meeting last night, however, was a necessary step towards building our team…it was time to add the individual strength and character of someone like Bryant Hale. The first time I met Bryant was at our monthly meeting in Waco. He found us online and decided to see what we were all about.
When I met him, I knew he would become an integral component to the success of the movement. He’s just a really talented, humble guy…the kind of guy who won’t lie to you and will have your “back” because he knows you’ve got his.
He’s also got a talent for developing phone training programs and management tools for people to use for their specific outbound phone programs. We just happen to be in the development of our Stepping Stones project, which requires setting appointments, so he’s actually a perfect match.
We visited for almost three hours and talked about creating a program that anyone could do.
We asked, “If John Hernandez is sitting in Corpus Christi and is sick of watching his community go down the tubes, what can he do about it? How can he get involved?” Simple, he can launch a Stepping Stones project of his own, a turn-key system with the training, the tools and the support to succeed.
Our project is a simple yet effective program easy enough for anyone to do.
It was a very productive night. We walked away…each knowing we were on the right track.
That’s what this movement is all about. Connecting the dots. It’s real. It’s not glamorous.
We’re interested in developing a network of people who are willing to “walk the walk…” not just talk the talk. It takes all types. All of us doing our part…adding to the collective movement.
Our focus is on the ground game…the home meetings. The kids. We have to stop the cycle of poverty and government dependency. If not us, who?
If you find yourself wondering what to do…or where to start…just take a look at what we’re doing with the Stepping Stones project. One family at a time…home by home…we will have tangible results.
If you want to walk the walk, contact us today.