The Stories Of Entrepreneurs
Dreams are real. They are the movies that play free of charge in our sleep and even while were awake. Some people grab hold of their dreams while others are too afraid to believe in them. Excuses, Excuses, Excuses!
When people fail to do something, they always have an excuse. However, if analyzed closely an excuse is a self-destructive alibi for having failed to do something, especially when it involves attaining a goal. Instead of trying to persevere in finding ways to achieving goals, some resort to excuses.
You will never be a successful entrepreneur if you let people hold you down. Or if you think the little guys didn’t stand a chance. Anyone can start a business. It’s not just for the guy with the Harvard MBA. If you have the passion and dedication you can start your own business too.
We think of entrepreneurs as national assets to be cultivated, motivated and remunerated to the greatest possible extent. Entrepreneurs can change the way we live and work.
If successful, their innovations may improve our standard of living. In short, in addition to creating wealth from their ventures, they also create jobs and the conditions for a prosperous society.
Entrepreneurship is a key driver of our economy. Wealth and a high majority of jobs are created by small businesses started by entrepreneurially minded individuals, many of whom go on to create big businesses. People exposed to entrepreneurship frequently express that they have more opportunity to exercise creative freedoms, higher self-esteem, and an overall greater sense of control over their own lives.
As a result, many experienced business people political leaders, economists, and educators believe that fostering a robust entrepreneurial culture will maximize individual and collective economic and social success on a local, national, and global scale.
It is with this in mind that NATLUXMAG was founded to help inspire would be entrepreneurs, to develop the insight needed to discover and create entrepreneurial opportunities and to keep pushing, fighting and clawing to succeed in an entrepreneurial economy.
Confessions from the Quarantine
By Ron Johnson 06/01/20: As a priest, Father Al has none of the responsibilities and duties of a deacon. In addition, his duties do not include teaching, baptizing, administering the sacrament, visiting members, ordaining others to the Aaronic Priesthood, and assisting in missionary work.
Father Al is a different kind of priest. His purpose is to bring humor to help ease and release stress even if it is for a second or two. His mission is to ease your minds of the worries that life brings.
Confessions from the Quarantine is a comedy about a priest named Father Al who host a live call-in Internet radio show, where sinners call-in to confess and receive an entertaining punishment for their wrongdoing.
Similar to Talk Radio sinners call-in via Facebook Live during the 60 minutes show. As one of the Internet’s latest talk show host, actor, director and multi-award-winning screenwriter, Al Jones (IMDb XIII) portrays Father Al, who offers entertaining punishment for wrong doing to sinful listeners who call-in to confess. His streamed broadcast, Confessions from the Quarantine, which is a concept created by S. Hobbs, is heard exclusively on Facebook Live from 2:00pm to 3:00pm, PST, and is rebroadcast YouTube.
Father Al’s support for depression, anxiety and loneliness comes from personal experience. He is on Facebook (@confessthesins), Instagram (@officialconfessthesins); Twitter (@confessthesins) and YouTube (https://tinyurl.com/fatheralyoutube). Show themed merchandise can be found at http://www.CafePress.com/confessthesins
Father Al’s fundraising campaign, Friend of the Father Partner program raises dollars where proceeds go to defray show production costs. This program offers two methods to give; Private (https://tinyurl.com/confessthesins), where the donor’s name and amount contributed is not disclosed, and Open (https://tinyurl.com/friendofthefather), where the donor’s name and amount contributed is disclosed.
Be sure to tune in to Confessions from the Quarantine with Father Al.