She considers a field and buys it. With the fruit of her hands, she plants a vineyard. (Proverbs 31:16 ESV)
DALLAS — Brandi Sholar is only calling it like she sees it.
“Someone else has never been in me,” Sholar, during a recent interview with Making Headline News, said, recalling her fervent rise to entrepreneurial prosperity. “I had to push my own dream. My ultimate goal was to set the way for my family. I always dreamed of being a millionaire. I just didn’t know how I was going to get there, so I pushed myself for greatness.”
Much to her delight, Sholar has gone to great lengths to ensure she steadfastly holds herself to extremely high standard, particularly as a thriving, progressive businesswoman — or serial entrepreneur, to put it more precisely.
A native of Detroit, Sholar has taken her entrepreneurial “greatness” to the Lone Star State, where she is steadily reaping sustained success throughout the Houston Metroplex.
Sholar is the mastermind behind Uptown Tax Pros and Impressive Staffing Agency, her featured business endeavors that have brought her a considerable amount of success.
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“What I like most is that I can create jobs for my community and, by me being an international speaker, I feel it’s my assignment to shift minds sets and help people find their inner-self so they will be able to find their purpose,” said Sholar, who resides in Katy, Texas.
Now that has her featured business ventures are exceeding her lofty expectations, Sholar has announced the startup of yet another notable endeavor: real estate development.
For starters, Sholar is determined to give back in a big way through this endeavor in her native hometown that is famously known as the Motor City.
“I am returning back to my hometown” Sholar says without hesitation. “I am going into real estate development, and my ultimate goal is to redevelop my city. I’m targeting the poorest areas in the Detroit Metro area. I want to build my city back up and help my community make Detroit safe and happy again by providing jobs and affordable housing for my community. I will be the first black female entrepreneur to be a real estate developer in my city, Detroit, Michigan, and I’m giving it my all.”
Having recently hosted what she describes as a “big” vision board party for women, Sholar doesn’t shy away from the notion that more than anything, she is determined to help empower women, particularly by way of “setting goals in budgets for themselves,” she emphasized.
“I just want to show these women if they can think it, they can do it,” Sholar said. “I’ve been through the ups and downs, the trials and tribulations.”
Indeed, she has.
Still, amongst the things on which Sholar had to rely was her faith.
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Some bend-but-don’t-break faith, to put it more precisely.
“I feel sharing my story with others will motivate them and give them the strength and faith needed to get to them to next level of greatness,” Sholar said of her proverbial tragedy to triumph experience during a June 2021 interview with Making Headline News. “I was once that person, homeless with children, no help, no support, mentally and physically abused, left for dead after I was beaten with a two-by-four with nails…beaten in front of my children, my daughter being on fire from her knees to her hair, my husband being killed.
“I was once that person whom when I speak to people, I would give them some of my background (past adversities),” Sholar continued. “I didn’t allow my failures to stop me in life. Everything is a lesson and a blessing. After my husband was killed, so many people lashed out at me instead of helping me and supporting me.”
As Sholar recalls, some people even “turned on me and humiliated me,” she acknowledged.
All things considered, though, was determined to press and navigate her way through arguably the darkest season of her life.
As far as her awe-inspiring journey, it’s no wonder she’s only calling it like she sees it.
“I turned my pain into power,” said Sholar, adding that her latest book (Broken By Love, Motivated By Pain) is slated to be released released this month.
Because there are more memorable chapters to this inspiring, yet tear-jerking story involving a young Texas businesswoman whom, to her credit, was determined to never give up.
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