I don’t want other people to decide who I am. I want to decide that for myself. – Emma Watson
I want …
1. I want racism to end in my life time.
2. I want Kelli and I to live happily married until the Lord calls us home.
3. I want my daughters to be happily married to men that will protect and provide for them until the Lord calls them home.
4. I want L.E.A.D. (Launch, Expose, Advise, Direct) to serve youth internationally by 2027 starting with the continent of Africa.
5. I want Kelli and I to establish a family foundation by 2027 supporting sports organizations that develop leaders.
6. I want to lead LEAD to build a Center For Youth in Bankhead, NW Atlanta housing 100 LEAD Ambassadors by 2022.
8. I want my for profit business Diamond Directors to certify at least 100 professional baseball coaches in North America by 2020.
9. I want to visit the Continent of Africa by age 50.
10. I want to mentor a LEAD Ambassdor to become the Mayor of Atlanta, Governor of Georgia and U.S. Senator by my age of 60.
11. I want LEAD to have a corporate partnership with Apple, Mercedes-Benz, Chick-fil-A and Delta Airlines – four of my favorite companies.
12. I want to be on the cover of Time Magazine recognized as the Best Coach in America allowing me to use my influence to serve millions while bringing them in a relationship with Jesus Christ.
13. I want the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons and the Georgia Bulldogs football team to win a championship by 2020.
14. I want to help Atlanta Public Schools increase the high school graduation rate of Black males.
15. I want to understand politics so that I can lead millions of underserved people in America.
16. I want to understand the Bible proficiently so that I can lead millions of people in the world into an everlasting relationship with God in the name of Jesus.
17. Patience is to wait without anger and I want to be patient with youth that are simple-minded like I was at their age.
18. I want to be empathic towards adults that are knowingly foolish.
19. I want to stand before God and hear job well done.
20. I want to read books for comprehension and be intentional to use what I’ve learned to empower others.
21. I want to be loving, even to those that I don’t believe are lovable.
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23. I want to become a great listener.
24. I want to know exactly who I was born to become and have the courage it be it on purpose.
25. I want to learn how to unplug and just chill with my family when it’s time to chill.
26. I want to be less quick-tempered.
27. I want to renovate abandoned buildings in Atlanta to house up to 200 homeless adults short-term while preparing them to live sustainable lives.
28. I want to say yes to assignments and no to invitations.
29. I want to show love to all my haters with my actions.
30. I want to be meek and humble but not to a fault.
31. I want there to be a sequel to Black Panther before 2019.
32. There are people on earth that You Lord, have assigned to warn, inspire and empower me and I want to hear them.
33. I want to continue to worship and praise the Lord in my times of good and bad.
34. I want to be something to explore.
35. I want at least 1,000 Black male graduates of college, military and/or other accredited higher education institutions that are mentees of mine to be employed with the Atlanta Braves, Delta, UPS, Georgia’s Own Credit Union, and Coke by 2026.
36. I want to increase the number of Black student-athletes competing in baseball at the NCAA Division I level to from 2.9% in 2016 to 40% by 2036.
37. I want to increase the number of Blacks competing in the Majors from less than 10% in 2016 to 40% by 2036.
38. I want at least 40% of Atlanta Braves season tickets holders to be Black by 2036.
39. I want the LEAD Ambassadors to sell over 100,000 of their books within the first month of it being published, this summer 2018.
40. I want to financially empower thousands of youth that are being educated in rural counties of Georgia.
41. I want to be worth billions so that I can give away billions.
42. I want to draw closer to God in my suffering and be comfortable being uncomfortable for His name sake.
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