Growing up, much the same as other kids, I always dreamed and thought ahead to what it would be like in a few years - little did I know about business until I took the extra step and looked into it, not knowing anything about management or entrepreneurship whatsoever.
There aren't many 14-year-old children who want to start a business, who want to turn a passion into something memorable and lasting, however, as you are probably aware, I don't fit that category.
I had always understood that there were different ways moving forward - just the same as their are different perspectives prevalent towards one event. I also pressed on my ambitions to create something which would bring value to others, and, allow others to understand that my intentions were to satisfy them, not just myself. While I am often criticised for not doing the whole fast-food teenager experience, I am fortunate enough to lead myself and my own path forward through my own ventures. Other than working from home, choosing my own hours to accommodate my education, and seeing how I can lead my ventures instead of someone else doing so, I would comfortably say that it isn't the normal thing, but it sure is the right thing for me.
So, why this path?
As things started to evolve within my first venture, my mind started to grow to the opportunities in front of me which barely anyone around me would even look at. I had grown up in an environment where most things had been done for me, there were always multiple people supporting me, and by this time I had realised that I needed to jump off the cliff myself and do things my own way - fully aware of the potential risks involved.
The biggest take away for me is seeing my clients succeed and grow their own value. Whether this be through photography, business, education or charities etc, my intentions remain consistent among all of them. I have always stood by my conscience and goodwill when talking with clients, meeting them face to face, and then transforming their business immensely. People often say that I would be great for real estate because I would be able to produce something different: my presence of trust and respect.
Retrospective attitudes are the forefront to promoting prosperity, and looking over the past couple of years I have played an important part of my own development, and I can't wait to share more with you in the very near future.