Bill Windsor is a retired guy, kind of.
Bill is a serial entrepreneur who has started over 50 businesses during his career. He has started and operated businesses in a wide variety of areas — T-shirts, screenprinting, fraternity and sorority merchandise, bail bonds, university services, credit cards, research, retail, wholesale, manufacturing, advertising specialties, premiums, magazine publishing, trade shows, conferences, consulting, advertising agency, typesetting, printing, bars, restaurants, membership campgrounds, fundraising, coffee, donuts, travel, film, and more.
Once you are an entrepreneur, it’s hard to break the habit.
William M. Windsor has worked in recent years as a writer. He has several books in various stages of completion — completes, almost complete, somewhat complete, not very complete, and not even started. Bill has developed a couple of ideas for TV shows, and he worked with an agent in New York, but no success.
He has also done contract writing work. He has found himself writing about things that he knows little about, such as perfume, and things he knows a little about, such as auto parts. Many of the contract writing assignments involve researching topics such as fire safety, home remodeling, and commercial real estate financing. Then Bill gets to write about topics he is very familiar with, such as business management.
But Bill Windsor’s greatest passions are helping others and battling the pandemic of judicial corruption, law enforcement corruption, attorney corruption, and government corruption. His primary websites are LawlessAmerica, American Association of Non-Lawyers, Jeffrey L Ashton, and Coach Houses at Leesburg. He has helped several thousand people, and he does it for free.
Bill Windsor was seriously injured when he was hit by an 18-wheeler at 70 miles per hour. He has four herniated discs in his back, five in his neck, and an allegedly inoperable abdominal injury. A corrupt judge has kept the case from going to trial. A second accident on 12/26/2022 aggravated the injuries. Bill has lost the use of his left hand, and the surgeon says it is linked to the traffic accident because the nerves in the neck control his hands.
Bill falls a lot, and he can’t get up. He has an alarm that will wake the dead that he now wears around his neck with his cell phone. He used a cane, but he couldn’t walk far. He then had a four-wheeled Walker, and it really helped keep him balanced, but his back couldn’t go far. It broke when it had ceased to be much help. He anticipates delivery of a battery-powered wheelchair, but he needs to live somewhere he can better use it.
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