I'm a young writer who enjoys telling stories. Entertaining others that need a little adventure in their lives...
I'm also an entrepreneur since 2009, avid reader, and swim enthusiast
There is this huge buzz about social entrepreneurs. Apparently, the guy that came up with the term didn't produce a clear definition. I was originally told it was an entrepreneur that doesn't have a storefront, doesn't necessarily sell a product or a traditional service, and only uses social medias to get business. That makes perfect sense to me. But after some research on the subject, I found it to mean something much much more.
Being an entrepreneur myself, I know how hard it is to find clothes that speak our language, whether you code, own a shop, or have a service. When you go into Walmart or JCPenny you don't see anything just for us. People that aren't entrepreneurs don't always understand our entrepreneurial vision. We change the world every day with new technology and ideas. With the power of the internet, however, it is now easier than ever to buy entrepreneurial trending items.
Why Contracts Are Important
When I ask my friends about contracts, they usually go to their phone service contracts, and how confusing they are. A lot of contracts do have a ton of legal jargon in them, but that doesn't mean when you write your own contracts or use an attorney that they have to be wordy and lengthy.
Asirvia... Great Product or Not?
Asirvia Go is a brand new way to reach out to customers without spamming them with text messages. After seeing it work first hand I am convinced that it is the wave of the future. By using just the Bluetooth feature that 95% of people (including myself) have on while walking around, it's now simple and easy to talk to potential customers.
Modern Day Cinderella
Since I was little, my father would call me names. When I was 3 years old he took my binky around, because, "I was too old". When I started 2nd grade, my mother became very ill, and I took over the household choirs; cooking, cleaning and taking my brother to and from his bus stop, while my father was "working". He lied always about where he was. He would always come home smelling like food, and my brother and myself would be left to fend for ourselves.
Why Successful People Stay Successful
Every success person I have I ever talked to or read about have one major thing in common... A Success Notebook. This notebook not only holds their thoughts and feelings, but their goals, people they've met, and, of course, an outline.
19 Years and Counting
19 is a weird year. I kind of knew what I wanted at 18, but then you know, real life had to kick in and change all the rules. Like, having to pay to go in for a check up to needing to pay taxes, which I will say I never learned with my 3.75 GPA.