"I would rather die of passion than of boredom." - Vincent van Gogh
All businesses start somewhere. Large corporations have their roots set in small suburban garages; multi-million dollar companies began in small home offices.
Where a business starts is no indication of where it will end up.
What matters is the driving force behind a business. Passionate people are what build businesses. So many people have taken the plunge into business ownership, somewhat disregarding the outside pressures to stay in a 'stable job'. And you know what? Good on them.
I'm here to help these people succeed - because I see no reason why should they not. If someone is passionate about what they do and they dive headfirst into it, there will inevitably be some tasks they cannot tackle on their own.
So I do that for them - I take charge of the niggly things they can't find time for, the big things that they can't wrap their heads around and anything in between.
So for this reason, I'm sharing what the start of my business looks like. This desk, gifted to me by a local community member, was restored by myself over a short time period, then loaded with all my varied stationery, files and equipment. And you know what? I wouldn't trade this beginning for anything.