September 21, 2021

37 thoughts on “"I QUIT"… Leaving Corporate America & Moved To AFRICA! | MOTIVATIONAL

  1. Hey coop dont 4get to apply for that Afrikan Diaspora Passport so that you can move to all the countries in Afrika without and applyn for Visas!!!!goodluck blessings n enjoy home🇰🇪🇰🇪 Kenya is amazing with amazing pple.

  2. Why is it soo hard for foreign nationals to go to South Africa. I notice even Steve Harvey and some other Americans choose Botswana and other African countries for to settle in or start businesses.

  3. Well done bro! I'm Kenyan 🇰🇪 living America🇺🇲, we hope to relocate back home soon. All the best in your endeavors…👊🏿
    Meanwhile, enjoy my country as I enjoy yours😅…

  4. Love your videos. I just finished watching your veneer journey & now this one as I feel like it’s confirmation to my current life. Thank you for walking into your purpose. I wish you nothing but the best for your future. You have my support ✨🤍

  5. CONGRATULATIONS on your move, Coop! I was scheduled to make my exploratory visit to Kenya (May 1 thru June 5) this year, until the five county lockdown was announced the first of April. I hope to reschedule soon.

    Until such time, I’ll keep my ears and eyes on you and others who are on the ground. PLEASE respect the culture and seek to become a part of it before trying to change it! I’m disappointed in those of us who want to “Americanize The Motherland”; I don’t get a sense that that is you. Best wishes!👍🏽👊🏽🙏🏽✌🏽❤️

  6. This is what Marcus Garvey talked about back to Africa repatriation. Africans we can do it. We now have the knowledge, the know-how and the resources. No one and nothing can stop us. This could well be the century for Africa

  7. Grew up in Africa Nairobi Kenya. Back then in class 1 to 3 we spent the afternoon running and chasing gazelles, giraffes and zebras on the African plain on the edge of Nairobi, which was not yet built up. We never could catch any, but it was great fun as kids running up and down the African plains with the wind on your face, pretending it was a hunt. Been living in the west now for 20+ years holding a professional job in Engineering in a mind-numbing, stupefying corporate 8 to 5 routine all to pay bills. I should be happy. No. Now I see everything I had in Africa and lost and what I got now. Here I am a slave. The slave of a ruthless corporate system. In Africa, I was a free human. Money is not everything. Working on something to reclaim my heritage. Here money is King; In Africa community is everything.

  8. I am a Canadian kid. White as snow lol but I know exactly what you are talking about. I wanna be free and live a life and help. I just have no idea where to start. I’d love to even come help you in Africa myself if I could. Really commit to just helping people… make something of my life.

    Any advice helps.

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