Kenny Lloyd, Son Of The First African-American NBA player, Earl Lloyd Went From Broke To Now Helping Families Become Multi-Millionaires
Kenny Lloyd is the son of the first African-American NBA player, Earl Lloyd. At 62 years old, Kenny Lloyd has recently announced that he is just starting to live in his purpose. Although many people see him as one of the masterminds behind the TLC brand and the CEO of Tava Lifestyle Health & Wellness brand, Kenny was broke and had no idea how to unwrap his gifts. Being the son of a famed NBA player brought on pressure, but also create big shoes to fill that wasn’t always doable. 3 years ago he founded Tava Lifestyle which has not only brought him and his family wealth, but it has also brought wealth to many families across the world by network building/ marketing. Hustle and Soul Magazine got an exclusive interview with Kenny
Tammy Reese: Describe yourself in 3 words?
Kenny Lloyd: Fearless, Godfearing, and Family Man.
Tammy Reese: What was the particular moment you knew that you were living in your purpose?
Kenny Lloyd: I knew I was living in my purpose when everything I touched turned to gold. Everything I was doing became easy and the people I was surrounded by also made it easy and I had the humility to receive it.
Tammy Reese: In what ways do you use your platform to help others?
Kenny Lloyd: I teach them principles of life and success. I help them build a principal and character-based business.
Tammy Reese: As the son of famed NBA player Earl Lloyd, what are some valuable lessons your dad gave to you that stick with you?
Kenny Lloyd: 1. If you’re talking about yourself more than others are you aren’t doing something right. 2. Life & death is like a doorknob everybody gets a turn. 3. Humility is the key that unlocks the door to abundance.
Tammy Reese: What do you enjoy most about the work that you do?
Kenny Lloyd: I enjoy seeing people that were broken living and enjoying their dreams.
Tammy Reese: What are some memorable moments in your career so far?
Kenny Lloyd: Some memorable moments for me were the launch of Tava Lifestyle and Today because we’re still in business.
Tammy Reese: What is next for you?
Kenny Lloyd: I’m not too sure what’s next for me. I’m waiting on guidance in the right direction.
Tammy Reese: What do you want your legacy to look like?
Kenny Lloyd: My legacy is my 3 children and I invest in them. My daughter will be the CEO of Tava Lifestyle one day, my eldest son is a Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer, my youngest son is also in the music industry.
I was taught the idea of leaving a legacy is to instill core values into the people that you will one day leave behind.
Tammy Reese: For our readers who are on the road to success, what advice would you have for them?
Kenny Lloyd: Protect your ideas and dreams because everyone isn’t capable of receiving your ideas and would rather kill your dreams instead.