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Ben Robinson

Ben RobinsonI HAD TRIED TO CONTROL MY LIFE

   My name is Ben Robinson is President and founder of Robinson Creative, Inc. an innovative DESIGN STUDIO with a personal approach to branding.

   I grew up in Houston and attended a small Baptist Church with my family on the southwest side of the City. In my teens, I began to pull away from church as my family fell apart. Unfortunately, I was young, vulnerable and trying to comprehend my surroundings. Between the ages of 14 and 19, I was approached or propositioned by four older women and two male pedophiles. I did always find a way out of the situation; my Christian upbringing gave me a foundation and I knew it was wrong. However, I began drinking and sleeping around later in high school and in college.

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Mitch Zajac

MitchMAKING A LIVING FROM ANGER

   “I made a living from anger: paid bodyguard and paid fighter, paid strong-arm,” says Mitch.

   There were few who would cross Mitch, who now stands at six feet, seven-inches, and a much different picture than his grade school days when he was one of the smallest kids in school. “People got bullied, and I was one of them. I got bullied a lot,” he says. “I got smacked around, beat around. It wasn’t right. It wasn’t fair. It upset me, but there wasn’t much I could do.”

   At home, it was his stepfather who dished out the abuse. “There was closeness between him and my sister,” Mitch recalls, “and I was more on the outside, and I didn’t like it. There were some times that I got beat pretty bad.”

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Stewart Wilson

MAN LOSES EVERYTHING, GETS MORE BACK

   Stewart Wilson has fond memories of his early childhood. “We lived on an acre of land with fruit trees, and I remember balloons, smiles and happiness, and life was good. I remember always being at church, because it was a big part of our lives.”

   Those times were cut short when Stewart was six and his parents divorced.  Not only did his dad move away, but his mom stopped taking the kids to church.

   Stewart recalls, “No one really counseled me on how to vent my frustrations.  I wasn’t sure how to deal with it.” Depressed, and taking the lead from his mom’s family, Stewart turned to smoking and drinking.  Stewart was eight when his mom asked his dad to step in.  The first thing he did was take Stewart to a local church service.

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