It was a normal day at my 9 to 5 translation job. I had told my coworkers I was having a baby so we were happy that day, even more than usual. We had come to know and care for each other. We were like a big family.
Suddenly, the General Manager appeared at the office. We were all confused. It wasn’t someone we were used to seeing every day. This smelled like bad news.
“CSA is closing its office in Argentina, effective immediately”, she said. We were supposed to just grab our things and go home. And so we did. I was devastated.
Next thing I knew, everyone had an opinion: “The best thing you can do is find another 9 to 5 job. Who cares if it’s not translation-related! You have a family to think about”.
Fear was all I could feel, but I wasn’t ready to let go of my dream career. It was high time I taught myself how to become an entrepreneur. And so I did.
You probably know the feeling. You’re frustrated, confused, and scared about your own or your company’s future. But I have news for you:
You don’t have to feel this way anymore. I can use my words to fight for your business as I once fought for my own.
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