Gawain Murray had been dreaming of building his own house from the ground up since he was 11 years old and this motivation steered him to pursue a career in construction.
Murray grew up in humble beginnings with his three siblings and parents in Rockfort, Kingston. There, he learned the importance of separating oneself from the stigma attached to living in the ghetto.
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At 13, he moved to Sirgany, a nearby community located off Windward Road, and despite his time there being bittersweet, Murray said that the amazing experiences outweighed the low moments.
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“I am just glad that I’m a part of a family where them put a lot of effort in raising their kids right,”he told The Gleaner yesterday. “I grew up understanding these morals and it become part of me – even putting it within business makes you a strong human being overall.”
Despite the bad influences within the community, he realised from early that it was imperative for him to stay on a path that would guarantee success.
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