About twenty years ago, my son got talked into going across the country to Morristown, New Jersey and to try door to door sales of a cookbook encyclopedia. After failing to sell anything, and having to borrow money to eat, then running into debt to the hucksters that gulled him into this scam, he phoned home to California for train fare.
His report to himself was quite illuminating.
I am broke! (well, I do have 17 cents to my name). I am too tired to meditate, which is the only thing that gives me inspiration these days.I am IN DEBT! About $300 to X Corp. $15 to Brad. I do not like being in debt. I will never get a credit card!
This sales stuff is not what I’d like to be doing right now..
Flash forward about twenty years. After much experience in Real Life, my son, who was raised on welfare, and had to go and collect aluminum cans for spending money, finally had the courage to quit a lucrative job and launch his own company. This is all without rich parents, a college education, or student loans.
Being the CEO of your own company has its’ ups and downs, but the satisfaction of going on your own compensates for everything else, even the insecurity of not having a steady paycheck. He says that word of mouth is his best advertizing, so here is the word from his mother’s mouth- go to Chiapas EDI Technologies and see if you are in the market for his services.
It is not a rags to riches story, only a steady climb and putting any profits back into his company that reflects his philosophy in life.
He is here to help people, and provide the software to help them live a better, healthier life.