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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

The Punisher, from VH1's "I Love Money" (aka Sharay Hayes)

www.getpunished.comI've always been impressed with people who make money in unique and interesting ways. Take, for example, Mr. Sharay Hayes, a man who I know and respect a great deal. Sharay uses his unique talents, excellent business instincts and love of life to make a great living -- and he's having a whole lot of fun doing it. How's this for a unique and interesting mix:

  • Real estate entrepreneur, based in New York City
  • Exotic Dancer: on stage, Sharay's is known as The Punisher. He has a truly electric stage presence, and is a lot of fun to watch.
  • Reality TV Star: Sharay The Punisher can currently be seen in the current season of the VH1 Reality TV show "I Love Money"
Sharay is an American renaissance man, and is easily one of the coolest guys I know. He's very successful because he knows what he wants, follows his instincts and doesn't let any kind of negativity hold him back.

With the unemployment rate as high as it is, we can all learn a thing or two from enterprising folks like Sharay. You can't teach ambition, but anyone can rethink and reexamine the way they perceive life, work and money, and find opportunities in places that once seemed outside their universe. Fortune favors the bold, and, in my opinion, it always will.

Sharay The Punisher Hayes has a new website @ www.GetPunished.com (warning: it's a bit racy!)

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