Completed Level 1 Today, Common Level 2
Finally, I completed level one of The Entrepreneur Certification Course, I'm very excited, and I feel closer to Achieving my goal. At times, it seems a bit strange, not many people would understand me right now if I explained that I have or that I'm working on my own business online, from home. It seems that most only view a business or a job if you are somewhere physically; getting up and commuting to work, that sort of thing. Even when I started working as a freelance courier using the Postmates app some found it and still find it a bit odd that you can just get up and go to work wherever, whenever and only through an app with no boss behind your back, no interview process to get started, all I had to do was sign up like I would for a social media account and that's it. I can't express enough how happy I am to go this route, quitting my IT job was a great decision because I wasn't happy having to follow orders from IT managers, and even though I've had jobs with minimal supervision even then I didn't feel completely free; no matter what if you're working for someone you will have to follow rules and having that in the back of my mind made me feel like a slave, and the perks such as free food, gym and shower access at the workplace didn't help much either, I felt I had to hurry up and get back to work. Now I get to ride my bike freely early mornings, listening to music, and just enjoying the day and go home when I feel like it, or until I get tired, and now I have this platform WA to work with when I get home and my back is getting better and better every day and soon I'll be back to boxing training and on my journey to becoming a pro fighter. Another thought I had recently is to start my own boxing coaching business and my own bike messenger service that I can work on now while I'm out there doing Postmates orders. I thought about ordering business cards for boxing personal fitness and to promote my bike courier service which I can hand out or simply throw them inside customers orders. As a Postmates courier I get to meet all kinds of people, a lot of wealthy people I've even met celebrities like Omar Epps so I see this as a great opportunity to promote both my businesses. I imagine myself every time I am out there delivering packages having my own courier service as well as training the rich, and I've even imagined myself giving boxing lessons to celebrities. I'm such a huge dreamer, and I am always visualizing my success and places I want to visit. I imagine myself owning my dream home, with the woman of my dreams, nice car, a personal jet would be nice, and often I imagine myself by a nice beach or resort, under a palm tree sipping on a very cold beer or a good drink and just think about all the good times and bad times and then think damn, look at me now, unbelievable! I believe in myself and my dreams, and I know that with God on my side I will accomplish them, I even have faith that I will become Champion of the World and I am lucky that I am more than just a fighter. I have other plans too, and all these businesses I'd like to have is great, but the one that I dream about most is running, and being the 2nd hispanic to own a large successful boxing promotion company. Oscar De La Hoya is the first, I was a fan of his right after Julio Cesar Chavez retired, I always admired him, his passion for the sport I love so much, and just recently had an interview with Forbes Magazine and I'm sure many of you know what that means. If someone appears on Forbes, you know that person is very successful and wealthy. I want to aim for that too and be on Forbes list of wealthy people.