Most people want to be well off, however, keep in mind for anyone to be successful it takes hard work. It is amazing how people look at others, especially successful people disregarding most of those people endured heavily to get to where they are now. Whatever you aspire to do no one owes you anything! You must put in your own work, your own time, and your own money! Do not expect others to do for you what you have not done for yourself! You must be the leader of your own success. Talent is not enough! Thoughts and ideas are not enough! The game plan is not enough! “You” must put in the work! There are no excuses for why “you” are unable or can’t get something done! Success is not for the weak. You must have self discipline, you must have self determination, you must apply self pressure!!!
Tedy Box is podcaster, social media influencer, he is a leader, he is a thinker, he is a round about person, he is someone who loves to elaborate on different kinds of conspiracy theories, and he utilizes his freedoms and his platforms to address various topics from sports to school to “Hell I Don’t Know” which is the name of his podcast.
Mr. Tedy Box has a passion to ensure that more people learn how to communicate effectively while understanding we all have different insights and opinions, and he believes in order to be heard we must be willing to listen. As Mr. Tedy continues to expand his platform he makes sure to focus mainly on current events, current healing, and current awareness that will help various people regardless of their present placement in life.
Mr. Tedy aspires to impact others by showing them how failure is more of motivational tool because no one should allow what they think is a failure to be an embarrassment. Mr. Tedy encourages everyone to “Live life before it lives you!”
Osborne Bell Sr. was the first black Sheriff in Marshall County, MS and one of the first three black Sheriff’s to be sworn in- in the state of Mississippi. There is also a memorial marker just north of Hwy 4 on Hwy 309 south of Byhalia, MS marking the spot where Mr. Osborne was killed while on duty. Hwy 309 is also know as the Osborne Bell Highway. Osborne Bell was loved by many and is remembered for his friendliness and fairness to all. His political career began in 1967, when he was elected the first black coroner and served three terms as Marshall County Coroner (1967-1979). Osborne Bell was elected sheriff of Marshall County, Mississippi on November 6, 1979. He served his people with distinction. Sheriff Bell was a leader in law enforcement and in his community as well. He died in the line of duty on the morning of May 7, 1986.
Rest in Heaven Dear Uncle. I pray your legacy continues to live through us all.