StarforceHH.Com’s Brendon Green Shares The Story Of His Journey

Growing up in a broken family was demanding for Brendon Green. His father was a biker, and his mother was left to pick up the pieces and restore some sense of normalcy to their lives. Unfortunately, she lost custody of the children, and at the age of 11, Green had to move from upstate New York to Long Island to start a new life.

Despite his challenges, Green was forming his thoughts and ideas about the world. He had been exposed to hip-hop music and culture upstate, and this exposure would shape his perspective on life.

Although his father couldn’t always be there to provide for them, he taught the young protagonist and his siblings the importance of self-reliance and hard work. By the time the protagonist was 16, he had already outworked most men in their careers, thanks to his father’s lessons.

Brendon always felt like he was living in the shadow of his father, a renowned General Super with HRH/Trump World. Despite being a union carpenter himself, he never enjoyed working with his dad and decided to make his own path. For the next 12 years, he worked as an operations training director for Jiffy Lube, overseeing all the quick lubes in the North East. But things took a turn for the worse when Shell sold the corporation back to franchises, and Brendon witnessed the single owners cheating customers. He decided to quit and went on a spending spree with his 401k.

His dad warned him that he was going to blow it all, and unfortunately, he was right. That summer, Brendon caved and worked under his dad as a safety carpenter at the Ritz Carlton in White Plains, NY. During that time, his dad mentored him, and it set Brendon’s path to success. But tragedy struck when his dad got sick with liver cancer and passed away on December 24th 2003.

The week after his dad’s passing, Brendon found himself drunk in his home office, and in a drunken stupor, he stood up, whacked his head on a shelf, and passed out. When he woke up, his dad’s Rolodex was on his chest, opened to Don Trump Jr.’s contact information. So, in a moment of fate, he called Don, who actually called back. Brendon told him that he wanted to be a rapper and record label owner, but Don urged him to follow in his dad’s footsteps as a super.

Brendon was an assistant super on his dad’s project three weeks later, and his career began to soar. He was now making high six figures, running his own corporation, still a licensed super in NYC, and running a construction operations firm for a friend. But that’s not all. He also pursued his passion for music, started a label with popular artists, formed a band, and even owned a tattoo shop franchise. His knowledge of Freemasonry also caught the attention of TV history and travel shows, where he was featured as an expert.

All of this was possible because Brendon had the will and drive to succeed, but he also had luck on his side. His chance encounter with Don Trump Jr. was a turning point that set him on a path to success that he could only have dreamed of. Despite coming from a broken home with a 1%er biker dad and a mom like Jenny from Forrest Gump, Brendon proved that anything is possible with a bit of fate, will, drive, and luck.



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Written by Cesar

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