Author John C. Neyland is Today’s Honoree

johnneylandJohn C. Neyland was born into a troublesome home environment in South Louisiana. With an abusive father and a depressed, alcoholic mother, John experienced a hurtful and unloving childhood. At the age of fifteen, shortly after meeting the love of his life, he developed a severe case of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). From that moment on, John struggled with his family life and the rigors of living with OCD.

After years of progressively overcoming his pains, John transformed his life into a monument of love, strength and success. Today, John is the President and Investment Advisor Representative at JCN Financial & Tax Planning Group, a financial advisory firm in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

With a passion for helping disadvantaged youth in his community, John, through his firm, has not only sponsored local charitable organizations over the last sixteen years but has also founded the John’s Dream Foundation, an organization dedicated to positively transforming the lives and mindsets of inner-city children. In a further effort to make a difference, John’s first book, How to Live the Life You’ve Yet to Dream, explains what he learned, how he grew and how he has made it his life’s mission to help others achieve their dreams.

John Neyland is a dedicated husband and father of three. He attributes his successes to having passion, a mission and a goal. He is dedicated to enabling people to enjoy a life they otherwise would not have.

Visit https://johnneyland.com/the-man/ for more information.

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