Hello friends, it's certainly been quite some time since I've been active here. I decided to come back to write this journey as both a way to keep track of how I'm doing managing all of this and also to guide and inspire others. The road to owning a million dollar company needs to start somewhere, and unfortunately many don't realize the difficulty in creating a startup business. From the very beginning it'll be loads of work, and the longer it takes to finish, the tougher it'll seem. You have to have a passion for these kinds of things. I'm really, really good at what I do. But it's very limited. Without me, the company wouldn't exist. But also without others involvement in this, I would undoubtedly fail. I have two partners as of this moment, one with years of experience in Sales and Business Development, and another who's in charge of the day to day operations (this includes accounting & finances, graphics, and some lead generation). We're currently really focused on expanding the business and helping out as many people as we can. So far the two main clients we've worked with are very pleased, and we hope to reach around 25-30 clients by the end of the year. We mainly focus on social media marketing, however we also offer email marketing, PPC, and SEO services. We can do graphic design and web development for clients we currently work with, but we don't offer these services just by themselves as it takes a lot of work and the margins are minimal. The reason I decided to create the company around 2 months ago was because I was approaching the end of school and I knew I had to move to a new apartment in June. I was near broke after I lost my previous job as a social media manager for an MMJ startup, and I also sold a lot of my accounts. I had only $1,000 and my skills and experience. I decided to venture into unknown territory after a gentleman reached out and asked me for my help. I discovered he wasn't the only person who needed digital marketing yet knew nothing about it. And I also discovered that many companies charged enormous amounts for something that just was sub-par. I've worked in the social media world for over 6 years now, and since then I've created and managed hundreds of pages with a total network of over 10,000,000 followers/fans. Anything from creating Buzzvines (and 10 other large vine youtube pages back in 2013 when it was all the craze) to owning a network of over 300,000 followers in the MMJ niche to being one of the first people to create People Are Awesome compilations. And since then I've always had an eye for spotting viral trends and capitalizing on them. Since then, I've had to replace my CFO/COO, I've dealt with some scammy web developers who wasted weeks of our time and cost us thousands of dollars in lost leads, and dealing with both prospects and current clients has been a nightmare at times. But I know the end of the tunnel will be very bright, and everything will be worth it. I know this is the right path for me. It's do or die. Not only are we a bunch of highly talented individuals with a vision to change the world, but we also need this to work or else we'll go homeless. We've burned the boats to get here. We can only move forward. There is no room for failure. I will try to update daily with in-depth write ups of what we've done so far and what our plan is. I hope you will enjoy the content I shall provide.