We had the good fortune of connecting with Sean G. and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Sean, what led you to pursuing a creative path professionally?
Honestly, I think growing up an only child is what sparked most of my creative and artistic mind, just naturally finding ways to entertain myself. I can remember when i learned i was able to change my voice, like from a (high pitch to a low pitch). I also remeber the I would make up words to the songs on the radio kinda like my own parody. I think that is what was an early beginning to me pursuing the path of music. From then i moved to freestyling in high school. Firstly for just my cousins, group of friends in school really wasn’t that confident i was just having fun and receiving good reactions. From then confindence grew and started rapping in front of friends at work and after that every party, gathering, meeting, or whenever It woudl Be “Sean G. wats up with a freestyle, Sean G. wassup we gonna freestyle”. I wrote my first song at 16 years old and I haven’t stopped yet.
What should our readers know about your business?
I have always been the type of man to want to know how things work. It started early in life with computers. In high school i took A+ Certification Classes for computer repair technician. Unfortunately, I dropped out of high school and didn’t get to finish those classes to complete my certification. Fast Forward 10 years life came back full circle and i ended up landing a job where i was introduced to cellphone repair world.
After i parted ways with that company, my own drive and motivation kept me wanting to fix phones and not fall behind with the advancement of cellphone technology. I was encouraged by my Aunt to start my own business. I decided on the name Middle Man Of America.
Classified as a Single Member LLC. Middle Man Of America provides a personal one on one kind of device repair, leaning more towards educating customers on technology, safe practices as well as good habits to protect your connection to the world.
I have learned so much along my journey so far, still have so much more to learn and trying to build something bigger than you is definitely not an easy task. But like anything in life really it comes down to the question, “How bad do you want it?
To me my brand represents hard work, struggle, sacrifice, trials, tribulations, good times, bad times, better times, worst times, integrity, growth, Faith, belief, and never giving up.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
In my own view some of the most fun, interesting, exciting people are my family. If I planned a week long trip it would be to see my Uncle Joel. I would pack up my newly acquired Ford Windstar take off and drive into the Hill Country.
Arriving in Lake Hills,Tx driving up to a beautiful piece of property, where my Uncle Joel, in his backyard has his own personal vacation getaway.
Beautiful outdoor vibes an all year around natural spring hole and a great place to let go of those things that can wind you up on your normal day to day routine.
We would most likely be eating some of the best homemade gourmet you would never think would taste good. We would eat like Royalty.
My Uncle has a very unique job where he is caretaker/groundskeeper/maintenance man to some of the most lavish, and luxurious houses I have ever seen in my life. So I would see if he has any interesting new discoveries to exeperience.
To continue on the Journey I would also stop to see my recently relocated Aunt (The one who inspired my business.) Also being so close to San Antonio I would definitely want to stop at the San Antonio RiverWalk. Would probably make a trip to Austin where we could enjoy some live Rhythm &Blues music on Sixth Street.
Would also like to tour some Big tech companies. And try to catch a seminar of some of the men leading the way technology and innovation.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
First i want to give all thanks to God. I really think that my family i grew up in had a lot to do with my attitude in life and towards my goals and aspirations. We were raised around a lot of love and togetherness. We still had our struggles of finding the true meaning of acceptance but i think we have all came a long way. Special shoutout to my my Mom and Dad, Sister all my aunts, uncles, cousins I grew up around. And for music i want to thank anyone who has ever given Sean G. a moment of their time.