To be part of a generational entrepreneur

As I head into my 20th year of being a business owner I often sit back and look at how I took my leap of faith.

I didn’t want to take a loan or borrow any money. I just knew that I could do better than what I was doing and work for myself and not someone else.

I figured as long as I had gasoline in my car and the telephones were working then no matter what I knew I would succeed. My core principals were Honor, Integrity, Trust and above all Service.

I realized that I come from a long line of entrepreneurs. My father was a dentist and owned his own practice. He came from a very poor background and he and his wife saved and scratched to accomplish their dreams. My father’s brother did as well. My favorite uncle Bill whom was a Podiatrist here worked and went to school and his wife worked and helped get him to where he could open his own practice. My uncle Bill’s daughter Nan Wolery Little followed her dreams and cut the cord from the corporate world to open her own practice.

I like to think we come from good stock, good work ethics and above all we truly care about our clients/patients.

Everyday I am grateful for my opportunities and the fact that I get to come into my office to help clients. I am even more proud of what my family stands for. I hope that I have made my father proud while he watches from above. I am always in awe of him and his brothers to think of what little they had when starting out and how much they achieved in life.

With all my heart I sincerely thank you all that have allowed me to protect you adn become a part of your life in some small way and allowing me to fulfill my dreams. I look forward to my next 20 plus years.

I hope you will allow me to help you along the way during my journey.

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