Three weeks after Keisha and her husband had their third child, she got the call telling her that her father had died while he was visiting Haiti. After they laid him to rest, Keisha was overwhelmed with sadness and she felt like his spirit was with her. Keisha remembered living with her parents before they divorced and the emotional, financial, spiritual, and physical abuse that occurred as a result of being raised in Christian and Muslim customs with no guide for alignment. She remembered her father telling her she would be a millionaire one day, and moving from culturally-diverse Boston to racially divided Kansas City. Keisha adjusted to her new life and discovered the desire to be a lawyer in debate club. Keisha committed to being a young Christian woman and was determined to be a leader. Keisha met her husband, a military man while she was in school studying to be a forensic scientist. Keisha intended to pursue law after her degree, but she fell in love with this man who was different, an overachiever. Keisha wanted to be famous so she could share her story with other women desiring a happier lifestyle. Keisha worked to overcome her emotional brick wall and to trust her potential to trust others. Keisha’s grief over her father’s death brought up old wounds that Keisha worked through for over a year and a half. She wasn’t able to function in her role as “support” to her husband in their real estate business. She realized to grow and excel, rather than support she needed to be a partner. Together Keisha and her husband Justin are building a legacy. Keisha’s father had always told her to do better than he did. She assumed he meant academically, but now she realizes that this can mean all areas. Now Keisha and her husband create investment opportunities by creating and buying businesses, and also show the reality of entrepreneurship, business, and life.