My Vision

997 Words Feb 18th, 2014 4 Pages
What is your vision for the future? What is your purpose in life? What gets you out of bed every morning? These are questions we must constantly ask ourselves. As a college student, these are questions that are drowned out by the noise of academia, but as a young entrepreneur these are questions I ask myself daily.

I have a vision for change that has come from a longing of something more by a Power greater than myself.

Gandhi once said, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” I read this quote everyday and I have made the decision to stop complaining about the world I live in and take action to change a world I believe in.

It is my goal to inspire people 's imaginations again. To cause them to dream new dreams and
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It will teach kids real education. Children will learn communication skills, public speaking, sales, creativity and encouragement. I will not teach them how to get a job, I would teach them to be great. We will learn how to make things with our hands. Woodworking and crafts would be teamed up with cooking and sewing and we will all dream new dreams and imagine new lifestyles. A 5-star cook will show kids what real food taste like. I will have old ladies come in and teach the neighborhood the art of a garden. We will all plant foods and have a produce store in the neighborhood that runs like a business and it will make a profit. All of the profits will be used for a micro lending program that encourages locals to start their own small business and pursue their passion for success.

The goal is to create systems so we can use business to take this comminute to other cites in America. The whole community will be run like a business and it will run to make a profit. But it will not be motivated by money it will be motivated by love.

My vision is to be a different kind of businessman. I want to live in my neighborhood in Charlotte. I will live among the people. Because you cannot lead the people until you love the

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