Wealthy Minds Clothing - Advocates for Diversity

By: CJ Ramsaran

Take a look around you… what do you see? What do you really see?

Do your friends look just like you?  Do you shop at the same grocery store or dine at the same venues week after week?

Does  your entertainment consist of regular visits to the same establishment, with the same group of people; listening to the same music; ordering the same drinks?

If so, chances are, you may be lacking diversity!

Diversity is the acceptance and respect for another individual’s race, culture, and ideals.  It is the understanding that we are all different, however, where the greater good for humanity is concerned, we are all equal, and should be treated as such.

When was the last time you stepped out of your comfort zone, and tried something new?  When did you last engage with someone who didn’t look like you, talk like you , or act like you?  Have you ever?

Surprisingly, many of us are guilty of this.  Many of us have never done so,  and many never will.

The Billionaire PA, Founder of Wealthy Minds Clothing states “I am going to help over a billion people speak their dreams into existence, that’s why I call myself “The Billionaire P.A.”  Not to acquire a billionaire dollars, but to really help a billion people.  My success will come through helping billions of people build a wealthy mind. The best part about what I do is I save lives tomorrow that want to die today.”  Wealthy Minds Clothing has been and continues to be a strong advocate for diversity.  Their message is quite simple, and very clear “we are all on God’s Team”!

It has always been a fascination of mine to see diversity in groups.  There is something soothing and comforting to see school children and young adults from diverse ethnic backgrounds interacting together as one.  Once these morals and values are instilled in us as children, the natural law of progression follows us into adulthood and beyond.

Racial barriers created from a time, not so long ago have dissipated.  One of our greatest accomplishments as man-kind is to be able to share similar interests with others, without looking at the colour of our skin.

My family and friends come from a very wide spectrum of the rainbow, which truly is a blessing  I have always been willing to try new things – be it new foods, drinks, cultural events, or activities; and I strongly encourage others to do the same.

So I ask you again, how diverse are you?  Or are you lacking diversity?

There’s always room for improvement, so it’s never too late to give it a try!