I found the support I needed to transition from a solopreneur to a successful company through the Thrive program.
The WEV class was a life-changing, graduate-level crash course in business.
I’m so proud of our dedicated customers who can’t keep us a secret!
Traditional banks were not an option for me as they only looked at numbers on paper, however, WEV took the time to break things down and look at my finances on a personal level as well as get to know more about my business.
Thanks to WEV, I can act boldly in my business because my decisions are thoughtful and calculated.
Educate yourself. In business, it’s so important to make informed decisions as opposed to reactionary ones.
As long as the passion and the plan is there, a little hard work and time will only lead you on the path to success.
Do what you love because if it goes well, you are going to be doing a whole lot of it.
The best advice I can give anyone who wants to start their own business is to just START.
WEV’s SET program is a good way to find out how to organize and if you really want to do a business. You must have the passion to be able to survive the ups and downs.
Because of WEV, I’m a tougher negotiator and better at determining what kind of clients I want to work with!
Develop the business plan to prove the viability of your dream and believe in yourself!
Without WEV, we would still be daydreaming about our little piece of Paradise.
WEV taught me to believe I was fully capable of running my own business.
The biggest reward from having my business is making my daughters proud of me.
My business grew more in the five years after completing the SET program than it did in the first 15 years.
My advice for others thinking of starting their own business: do it. Just like exercise and dieting… no excuses. Just do it.
Success means that I have the confidence to expand my client base and services. I’m in the process of starting a second business!
WEV invested in my dream; it’s amazing what we can do when someone simply believes in us.
Be open-minded, look outside the box. There’s always a way to make it happen.