I have been working hard on building a successful life. I get my first job when I was 14 years old. I come from a family that has been deeply affected by the grips of poverty. I grew up in a single parent household, raised by my mother. Me and my four sisters never knew our father. We were too young to remember when he left.
With an adverse background comes many barriers on the road to success. Families who come from adverse backgrounds do not understand the concept or even support the notion of entrepreneurship. I always though I could raise my family out of poverty alone, but at this point in my life I realize that success come with the help of others.
I started a technology firm that focuses on leveraging the use of technology. My main clients are those who can use my expertise the most: Small businesses, non-profits, and other entrepreneurs. We live in a digital age and the effective use of technology is key to almost any business venture. I have helped dozens of people build a business that they never though they could have. I can work with any budget to make a business owners vision come to life. Digital literacy, innovation and creativity is the key to success. My team can do anything from web design, cyber security and infrastructure, application development, you name it, we can do it, and quite well I might add. We’ve built everything from intranets to cyber schools. There are no limits on what can be achieved and I love doing this every day.
With that being said, I’m at the point where I am stuck. I have to maintain a day job in order to continue to make my dream a reality. I’m stuck at making the transition from full time employee to full time entrepreneur. I have an established clientele base that I cant fully cater to because 8 to 12 hours a day is being spent at someone else’s company. I did the math, and with $10,000 dollars I can transition full time into making dreams come true. I have the skills, the clients, the passion, and the expertise. Now I just need the funding. I do have a brick and mortar office that you could visit anytime.
If you got this far. Thank you for taking your time to read this. I appreciate you. I love you.
Thank you in advance for your help.