How I Started My Paper Flower 6-Figure Income Business With Just $10 of Investment? The Crafty Sagittarius was conceived 6 months after I first arrived her in the United States. After few months of settling, I finally feel that I needed something to do than rearrange our house furniture 3 or 4 times a week. So, picture this: you are in a foreign place, shocked of how intense the life here, doesn’t know anyone around, closest family member is almost 2 hours’ drive away and don’t know how to drive. That was my situation. But my gracious husband agreed to take and fetch me to and from work if I find any. So I did found one; in a coffee shop. I guess my personality isn’t for that environment. I’m too sensitive to be yelled at over a coffee that is 2 degrees warmer than the customer wanted. Or being lectured in a belittling way of the nutritional value of donkey milk (exaggerated) over the regular milk ahahaha. So first day of training I quit! I’m not a quitter in nature, however, my gut tells me there’s no growth for me there. Nor, the environment will attribute to any potential success in the future. So I told my husband I’m going to start a business. What business? God knows what. I just knew that I would be so much better working by myself and working for myself. I’m an extrovert, so it’s not like I don’t get along with others or feel awkward with others. However, I’ve been employed almost 8 years before overseas, and the only one who benefited my hard work, our hard work was the owner of the company. So days of figuring out what to do, I end up wanting to start baking. From the very start, event industry seems to pull me like a magnet. I love to be in social events. So to start, why not begin with something small and offer cupcakes and desserts to events around here? Make sense, right? The problem is, I don’t have a proper baking training and I’m not the most precise person on earth which is prerequisite in baking. I cooked like my grandmother: a little bit of this, and a little bit of that. We never had measuring cups or spoon growing up, and well, looks like we turn out fine.
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