38 minutes | Jun 16, 2020

Jay Cameron: Fatherless Fathering

Do you miss or wish you had a relationship with your father? Do you find it emotionally draining to even process the emotions of thinking about your absent father? In today's episode, Herdyne has a real open and honest chat with Jay Cameron. Jay shares his emotional truth about his father that shook him emotionally for years and then he said enough was enough. Jay also shares how dealing with the pain was the key to healing. The philosophy of Jay Cameron has been developed over the years by a unique blend of life experiences. Jay was raised in a single-parent household in the multicultural southwest section of Washington, DC, and attended private and public schools.  This upbringing proved to be beneficial for Jay as he gained a deep appreciation for people of all different ethnic and cultural backgrounds.Jay Cameron has always had ideas that seem to be “outside of the box.” But this is right in step with his personality and vision. Jay’s passion is to help others reach their maximum potential. He uses every talent, skill, and gift he has to serve others. Refusing to be one-dimensional or constrained by convention, his diversified approach has allowed him to serve the needs of the community in multiple capacities.Despite the many hats that he wears, Jay is most proud to be a husband and father of four children. He currently resides in the suburbs of Washington, DC.To learn more about this modern-day renaissance man, click the icons below.ENTREPRENEURSPEAKERMARKETINGBROADCASTINGPRODUCTIONSAUTHORGIVING BACKMAXIMUM IMPACT ENTREPRENEURWhen Jay Cameron was nine years old, he decided that he wanted to become an entrepreneur. This manifested at age eleven when he asked his grandparents if he could take a course in small engine repair so that he could start his own business. Although that business never developed because of financial constraints, Jay did take the course, and his entrepreneurial spirit was born.As an adult, Jay has always been eager to try new things. Whether it was selling watermelons out of a U-Haul truck, rehabbing houses, or promoting a concert, Jay was determined to develop as a businessman.Over the years, Jay has launched several businesses thus fulfilling his childhood vision of becoming an entrepreneur. He has served as a project manager for major state-sponsored contracts. As a real estate investor, he has restored homes in disrepair and made them available for rent or resale. Jay has also served as a consultant for Fortune 500 companies and a variety of other businesses and organizations.Recommended ResourcesTo learn more about Redefining Grief: http://herdynemercier.comTo advertise on the podcast: herdyne@mercierwellness.comFor questions about booking or sponsoring the podcast: info@mercierwellness.comTo schedule a consultation: https://calendly.com/mercier-wellness/consultation orhttp://herdynemercier.com/contact-me/   To check out all our past episodes: http://herdynemercier.com/#podcast Social MediaPodcast Hashtag: #RedefiningGrief    #TheChiefGriefCrusader    #HerdyneMercier   #MercierWellness    #Grief  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/herdynemercier/Twitter: https://twitter.com/HERDYNEMERCIERFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/herdynemercierlcswYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/herdyneLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/herdyne-mercier-lcsw-chief-grief-crusader-6050aa72/Online Store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MercierWellness 
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