Modern two-parent households or
single entrepreneurs are having
difficulty keeping up with the daily to-
do’s in their personal lives
Provide affordable assistance through
an Angel you trust to tackle the daily
chore list for you and your family
Percentage commission on clients’
monthly package for our services
Busy singles or two-parent
households (middle/upper class)
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USE OF FUNDS
40% legal/security, 30% client
benefits, 30% Angel benefits
How has Georgia State supported you as an entrepreneur?
I took an entrepreneurship course my sophomore year that got my brain churning. I worked with a mom, who was a Georgia State graduate herself as well as an entrepreneur, who helped me push this concept along.
What does entrepreneurship mean to you?
Pursuing your calling through finding affordable and creative solutions for our ever-growing society.
What inspired the idea behind your company?
I began as a nanny in college then ventured off to personal assistance. I was assisting and nannying about 12 families, seven days a week. Obviously, one human is limited due to time and hands. One of the moms I worked with made a comment about me possibly taking advantage of my word-of-mouth network by starting a business in the assistance field.
What advice can you offer to entrepreneurs?
Don’t start a business because of the money. Start or join a business because you are called to be there. You will naturally be led by faith-driven hard work.
Was there ever a moment you wanted to quit entrepreneurship?
Yes, and more than one. As a business owner, you hit these walls where you just want to toss in the towel. I’ve slammed into so many “I don’t want to do this anymore” walls, and God always finds a way to show me why I do what I do. Money gets low, clients call with complaints, an Angel quits and leaves multiple clients hanging — those are just a few examples. If you’re in the field you are called to be in, God will show you 10 bigger yes’s to your big no.