Monday, August 17, 2009

"Live From Sour Apple" -EP. 13 Terrell Dyson Edition

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”To inspire and influence is the greastest wealth one could ever obtain”-Terrell Dyson

Terrell Dyson was born on January 1, 1976 to parents Arlender & Tyler in Chicago, Illinois on the South Side. He is the younger of one brother (James) and three sisters (Miriam, Millicent and La Donna). As a youth he was raised in Chicago and attended Charles W. Earle and Walter Q. Gresham Elementary School. After completing the eighth grade, and wanting to have broader experiences and opportunities, Terrell convinced his mom to let him move to the south suburban area of University Park and live with his Aunt Gina and Uncle Johnny and cousins Lolita, Michelle, Gina, Candace and Crystal. He attended Crete-Monee High School in Crete, Illinois and graduated in June 1994.

In November 1996, after a two-year hiatus from school, Terrell enlisted in the United States Army for three years; serving his basic training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma and, afterwards, stationed at his assigned post at Fort Polk, Louisiana. It was during this period that Terrell was highly influenced to become an entrepreneur. It was also during this time that Terrell became a father to two beautiful girls: Sierra in 1998 and Katelin in 1999. In his barracks room is where Terrell first had "Dynaukn" as just a name. After receiving an honorable discharge from military duty in 1999 Terrell returned back home to Chicago.

In 2002 Terrell became a proud father again; with the birth of his son, Miles. That same year he attended ITT Technical Institute in Matteson, Illinois and, in 2004, received his Associates Degree in Computer Information Systems. In January 2005 Terrell incorporated his own company, Dýnaukn Co.( and, in 2009, became the creator of a highly, inspirational blogsite, Powerful Unknown: The Dýnaukn Dialogues ( An avid vegetarian and disciple of Buddhism he constantly volunteers himself in community projects and donates to various charitable organizations, including Deborah's Place & Prevent Child Abuse America (both located in Chicago), to help those who are less fortunate. Terrell also speaks to and encourage others (especially the youth) to pursue their dreams, always be selfless by helping others, and to always truly believe in yourself.

Peace & Blessings,

Terrell Dyson

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