The Wall St Journal – Wed Feb 07, 2018 11:59:13I spent much of my childhood growing up in the South, in the Deep South.
When I was a kid, it was a place I would spend a lot of time walking, riding bikes, and playing.
I loved the thrill of discovery and discovery in new places, and so I spent a lot.
But as I got older and more aware of what I could accomplish as an entrepreneur, I realized that I had more to give, and the more I gave, the more potential I had.
I started my own startup in 2015, and after two years, I launched my first online business, MySpace.
Since then, I’ve grown my business, built a new business, and built more businesses.
In 2018, I started building an online marketplace called the Entourage Network, and since then, it’s grown to become one of the most popular social networking platforms.
In 2020, I opened the first ever startup accelerator in San Francisco called Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch.
Today, I’m a leading venture capitalist, and I’m excited to share with you the story of how I started a startup and how I went from an idea to a business that I love today.
I started my first company in 2015.
In the early days, I would walk around the neighborhood in a suit, tie, and a tuxedo.
I would meet people, and they would ask me, “What are you doing?
How did you get here?”
That was my introduction to the world.
At the time, I was working for a big tech company, but it was not a good experience.
I was in a horrible situation where I didn’t have a lot going on and I was miserable.
I had no direction and no way to express myself, so I just wanted to meet people.
I knew people would want to meet me.
I figured I would make friends and build a business together.
In a way, I wanted to be like Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple.
I met a woman at the Startup Week party, and we started chatting, and she was like, “Oh, you’re from the Entrance.
You’re an entrepreneur.”
I thought that was pretty cool.
We started talking, and then we started talking and she told me I was amazing.
And then I realized she wasn’t alone.
I just thought, Wow, this girl is totally amazing.
She was a very smart person.
She had been to a lot places, she was a great cook, she had done some crazy stuff.
She told me, you are a unicorn.
I think she was just telling me that I was an amazing person.
So we became friends and started meeting other entrepreneurs, and that’s how we started the Entreourage Network.
I was a little naive.
I thought, Oh, I can do this.
I can be an entrepreneur.
I will build a website and start a business.
I’m going to get my first clients.
I’ll be an overnight success.
I don’t know what I was expecting to get. But I didn