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Richard Vinzenz Schiele
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about 1 month ago

Are you an entrepreneur in the agriculture or manufacturing industry, striving to grow your business but facing financial challenges? Look no further! At Alzeerah Group Holding, we specialize in providing tailored financing solutions to support businesses like yours.

From agricultural start-ups to established manufacturing firms, we understand the importance of having access to adequate funding to fuel growth and innovation. That's why our team at Alzeerah Group Holding is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs in the agriculture and manufacturing sectors secure the financial resources they need to succeed.

Whether you're expanding your production facilities, investing in new technology, or launching a new product line, we're here to support you every step of the way. With flexible loan options and competitive interest rates, we'll work closely with you to develop a financing solution that aligns with your business goals and objectives.

Don't let financial constraints hold you back from realizing your vision for your agriculture or manufacturing business. Reach out to us today and let Alzeerah Group Holding be your trusted financial partner. Together, we can fuel growth, drive innovation, and achieve success in the agriculture and manufacturing industries!

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Monroe Aaron
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over 6 months ago

When you’re consistent, patient in your passion or minding your own business investing on yourself you’ll definitely grow

This drives you straight to success no matter how long the process takes even sometimes we're tested not to show our weaknesses, but to discover our strengths along the journey passion to continue doing so will surely lead to destination.

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Willy Olsson
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over 6 months ago

What a great way to start the day #interview #Entrepreneurship

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Dana Rankin
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over 6 months ago

I use Upwork to get legitimate jobs from home. I work as a freelance virtual assistant setting appointments and doing telemarketing. I also know that there are other tasks you can do on there not just the ones that I am hired for. I have an agency on there where I hire other virtual assistants. Maybe this can be helpful to some of you. The website is www.upwork.com

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Tim Person
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over 6 months ago

I been a warehouse associate recently and I’m just going to keep on doing my thing. I’m actually going to start at a new company called CTDI. I’m interested in electronics and I think it will be a great experience to have.

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Aaron Wallace
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over 6 months ago

I’ve bounced around in the workforce world since I was sixteen years old. I’m praying for the security and happiness of being self employed one day soon.

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Troy Jones
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over 6 months ago

I ran the bar for about 5 years. Between my partner and I we built the bar from scratch, we put the kitchen in, and the bar. We added 25 pool tables. I designed the menu and priced everything. At the end of the 4th year my wife and I bought a franchise of the American Pool Players Assoc. And had that for 16 years when we sold it. We started with 0 teams and 0 players and ran it into over 300 teams in 7 years. We were the biggest league in Indiana. While in the growing process there was not a lot of money to be made till we achieved 100 teams. So I was asked by a friend to start a poker game for a VFW which was in Marion Indiana. It started iff slow because of all the competition of clubs like that. But it eventually grew to where we had 70 players (max) plus had as many as 3 cash games start from that. We had 15 employees and was pretty successful. After our league grew so big I bowed out and let a couple friends take it over. It still goes today. Mainly as a 2/4 limit cash game. Since selling our league I have been giving pool lessons as often as I want. My wife and I are professional pool players and have a lot to offer. And we also have a horse farm that takes a lot of my time.

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Dee L Y
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over 6 months ago

Hi everyone, I'd like some neutral advice. I'm sort of at a crossroads right now and figuring out which way to go. I feel it's time after sacrificing all these years to do what will make me happy for a change. My family supports me (everyone in the household but me is unemployed right now, so where I go, they go. :) The big issue is I have an elderly mom who refuses to be mobile. She depends on me to get around and does not get out otherwise. Her friends have mostly passed on so in my opinion it doesn't matter where she lives, she can always talk to them on the phone like she does now. Sooner or later she is going to need to move in with us whether we stay or go. I have lived in Baltimore all of my life and am miserable. I have been wanting to leave MD for almost 30 years but have stayed behind (I am an only child). My mom does not get out all over the place and just doesn't understand my frustration with traffic, crowds, crime in our neighborhood, etc. Anyway, here is where I am at.

  1. My family and I have identified properties in GA that are about half the cost of what we are paying for now, PLUS lots of land that we've been wanting. I would not have an issue with a job. This move would allow us to get ahead and pay off bills with the money we would be saving and prepare my husband and I to be on track for retirement in about 10 years. The only thing holding us back is mom.
  2. I could stay a few more years at my high-stress job with at least a 1 hour commute each way until I would definitely be able to transfer to GA. By then though, the housing market may not be so cheap and all of the stress has started to affect my health.
  3. I have a chance to get another job in MD closer to my home (traffic wise it would still be about 40 minutes travel time each way) and much closer to an area where we would want to live if we stayed here (if we could move, much less travel time). I would make more money and have less stress. There's no guarantee that we would find something we could afford though, but it would put us in a little better position. If we don't find another house closer to that area, then I am looking at option 1 again. I don't want to be a job hopper ,(never have been) so I'd like to go somewhere and stay put. I want to be happy for once though. In the meantime, I am praying and also working on becoming self-employed. Any thoughts? Prayers are always appreciated!! Thanks for reading and have a blessed evening.
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Linwood Shields
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over 6 months ago

I recently was laid off from a job I had for nearly 8 months. I work for a Temp Labor provider here in Delaware so there were no benefits offered by the construction company I was contracted to. I am very good at re-finishing and repairing furniture so my question is what do I need to do (legally) to have my own business?

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Teddy Mosier
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over 6 months ago

The same thing has been happening to me for the last two years since graduating college. I am 52 and have a bachelors in marketing and have interviewed many times and not been hired. The employers have passed us by in favor of younger less expensive help. I am going the self employed route. If you can’t work fir yourself. Then you may have to change careers.

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