What’s Your Entrepreneur Story?

When you think about it, the world is crammed with great products that we take for granted, but that were once non-existent until they were somehow dreamed up by a budding entrepreneur. From the postage stamp to the jet engine, and the cheeseburger to the microchip, radical inventions by brilliant minds have changed the way we live our lives and shaped our futures. In recognition of these people you can now celebrate Entrepreneurship Day which, since its inauguration in 2010, is an annual event that honors those men and women who have very often created an empire from absolutely nothing, most of them making themselves rather wealthy in the process as well. America is a country made of entrepreneurs. Men and women who built something from nothing. Created jobs. Made America what it is today. In many ways, the present was built by them. e can genuinely hope that the next generation of potential Walt Disney, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Coco Chanel might be inspired to launch their business model and take the world by storm by the stories of some of the greatest businessmen and women of our time. Entrepreneurs’ Day was started in 2010 by David Hauser and Siamak Taghaddos, co-founders of Grasshopper, the entrepreneur’s phone system, as well as Amir Tehrani, entrepreneur and co-founder of The Legacy Foundation. The holiday falls on the last day of Global Entrepreneurship week, during Entrepreneurship Month and is meant to be a way of showing gratitude and respect to the people who achieved success, sometimes against all odds, and were able to help a lot of people by creating jobs for them in the process. In 2012, President Barack Obama declared November as Entrepreneurship Month. My Entrepreneur story is great to me and possible for anyone. I had a vision of a positive news source and started it in May of 2014 and I am going stronger and better than ever. I have no one to brag on but my mighty God that has made everything possible for me. Yes, I work extremely hard and yes, there are days that I work into wee hours of the morning but to step back and look at the final product makes me know that I am doing just what God had planned. My mother is a huge part of this business along with her friend that keeps us straight. I am thankful for the ones in Sylvester that supports me, I am very thankful for my supportive customers and friends in all the other counties that support us as well. We would not be what we are today without you so thank you for everything and may God bless you all.