Imagine if you could gain insights from a deca millionaire, business mogul who started from the bottom.
A man who changed the rap game and pioneered a signature gangster rap sound.
A man who wielded rap as a vehicle to forge a diversified business empire.
A ruthless hustler who clawed his way out of the gutter and overcame significant adversity.
After being shot 9 nine times, a man who reinvented himself and went on to become a platinum selling artist, consistently at the top of the charts.
“Being a little off, landed me on top of the charts” – 50 Cent (Gatman and Robbin’ ft. Eminem, Massacre Album)
As noted in a complimentary book, The 50th Law by Robert Greene, Curtis was highly ambitious as a young man. Success was a must, hence “Get Rich or Die Tryin’ “.
50 was a fearless street hustler like his mother.
Selling drugs was a gateway to a desired lifestyle in an environment with limited opportunities for making money legally.