Sunday, January 18, 2009

Etu Evans & Network Your Life

Morning Fam....I met shoe designer Etu Evans when I was in my "Eddie McNeil" phase of my life (lol). I found him to be sweet & kind and definitely headed for greatness. I am pleased to hear that he's doing great things and I thought I share the story I found below with you all.


From Harlem World....

Internationally acclaimed motivational speaker, philanthropist and celebrity shoe designer Etu Evans live in Columbus, Ohio. Mr Evans stood impeccably dressed before a packed house of entrepreneurial enthusiast at the Spice Lounge presented by Network Your Life. Etu spoke from the theme Foot Prints to Greatness to inspire business leaders to overcome their fears in starting a business or obstacles that may impede them from taking their business to the next level. Evans stated, “you don’t have to be great to get started , but you have to get started to be great." Additionally, greatness is the ability to reach out far by reaching deep within.” Etu’s delivery brought the audience to their feet. His Harlem swagger and eclectic mix of scholar and creative genius transfixed all in attendance. As a result he will be re-booked in the fall for the Footprints to Greatness Tour.
Network Your Life is a global business network for entrepreneurs and professionals who are committed to cultivating and exchanging ideas, information, and opportunities. President Robert Coats and Vice President Trevion Blanding states, their vision is to grow the organization nationally. Currently, Network Your Life is planning to host events in New York and Charlotte NC.
Lastly, Etu Evans will be one of 3 speakers at the official Inaugural Ball in Alexandria, VA on January 20th, where his global efforts for Solesville- The Etu Evans Foundation will be awarded. His vision is to connect the villages of Harlem to the villages of Africa. For more log onto Youtube and enter Etu Evans or log onto

You GO Boy! Congratulations! (note to whoever wrote this article....spell check baby!)
"You don't have to be great to get started but you have to get started to be great." - Etu Evans

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