I'm requesting your assistance in getting back into college, for entrepreneurship and other business management courses. I have some debt that need to pay off before being eligible for federal funding.
My last experience was cut short due to some family matters that I had to attend to out of state for an period thatade me unable to continue my courses at Phoenix University for IT at the time. I know that everything is beginning to culminate iny life towards my goal of owning amd running several successful businesses amd passing those off to each of my children. In realistic and focused, I'm able to control wherey life goes.
Ten years ago I couldnt have honestly said that, but here I am today a father, husband and son to a great and blessed family; past the hurts amd hangups, I'm ready to do this and you can help me today.
I come from a history of trouble and being on the wrong side of business after going to prison for the second time I realized something that put the spatm in me to change things. You see while I was inside taken care off my family was on the streets suffering without me therein I realized that day for day their suffering caused more pain in us all than the few years of happiness and the "things" I could buy them do the wrong thing. Although, if I could learn how to do legal business I could make the happy for longer and not have to worry about wether they'll be taken from me, or me from them. So I started school. Though unable to finish I still managed to create a small business thanks to the social amd technical certifications I earned while incarcerated. I have since run that business learning what I can to prepare myself for others, but I'm lacking formal education to continue to scale higher. You may be able to push me in that direction of my dream. I am now a better man with your help I can become a better provider, a mentor and a better businessman.
You all are the dreamakers for so many people a blessing. Thank you.
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