Timothy 'Motivation' Jones Flint, MI Community Outreach Highlights & Interviews





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Published on Oct 5, 2007

Watch Timothy live at http://Periscope.tv/JonesMotivation

In this video you'll find footage of marching crime ridden streets led by Timothy Jones, being followed by Michigan State Representative Vera Rison (She's the one that says, "Every night its 2 or 3"), Flint City Council members and concerned residents. Its actually the beginning of a 3 hour march that grew over time. its was dramatic how we ended in the rain.. (Would have been great to have pics of that). You'll also see footage of concerts, events and youth rallies promoted and coordinated by Timothy, news interviews and on location media coverage.

Though there are newspaper clippings as reminders, many other things have not been caught on camera such as the red carpet/valet parking award ceremony Timothy coordinated to thank those who were very influential in the success of the youth rally tours. This is also a reason Intricate Portraits exist.. so memories can be captured. in addition to capturing memories for self, Timothy aims to help others capture great memories, so people can look back and smile. In addition to a photographer, Timothy is a poet, rapper, music producer, executive album producer (Matter of fact, since you cared enough to read this far down, you can download the Jazz song you hear playing and the rest of the entire album Free here: www.blissent.net/VividChocolates-LovePoetry.zip .. my gift to you), radio show host, community activist, web developer, entrepreneur, husband, pet lover, motivational speaker, teacher, marketer, salesman and aspiring auctioneer.

"As an entrepreneur, I'm not limited, Timothy says. " You'll hear people say things like, 'Don't be a jack of all trades and a master of none.' ...yet I say to those people, Who says you can't be a jack of all trades and master them all? .. and the answer to that question is You do. You say what you can and can not do. When you have people with no legs driving cars and no arms feeding their children, why in the world would you let someone convince you of what you can and can not do? Of course! The naysayers are going to do their job.. in every environment, I always seem to run into at least one. Often times they're just mad that your truth is shining light on their lies. I never let people's insecurities, doubts, fears and unbelief limit the ability that I know I have or am capable of learning and you shouldn't either.


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