What is an Indigenous Entrepreneur? A person who is willing to go the distance to provide more for their family and is willing to take on the risks of failing.
This past summer I was able to truly feed my spirit by fully engaging in entrepreneurial practices. I started up my landscaping business after several years of being closed and dove into my media production company on how to grow and evolve the overall business. Traveling between states and Internationally is something that I want for all Indigenous Entrepreneurs. The gift of creating your own hours and making your dreams come true by stepping into the unknown is essential to growing as not just Entrepreneur but as a human being.
When you support an Indigenous Entrepreneur, you are not only supporting the individual, but you are now positively affecting the staff and their families.
Siyisgaas (Thank you) to my community for supporting my businesses (Emil & Kristen Starlight, Lyndsay Crowchild, Twylla Starlight, Taide Crane, Kyle & Margo Dodginghorse, Tyanne Meguinis, and Tsuut’ina Nation Public Works, Running Strong for American Indian Youth and staff, Sydney Farhag, ilead and staff, Terry Rose, National American Indigenous Business leaders, Urban Indain Center of Salt Lake City, SLC Air Protectors, Simak & Lisa Khadjenoury, Roy & Jan Whitney). Shoutout to the team for working with me throughout the summer (Adam Conte, Micheal Redhouse, Bryson Manyhorses, Dominic Bigcrow, Sherman Manywounds, Tibald, Dan M.C, Jeremy Crane, Leon Crane [his son’s], and Sun Crane). Special thank you to my wife @saharspice for believing in me while I undergo this journey.
Graphic from @nationalaibl T-shirt. 👨🏻💻💻
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