Wow The last time I posted a blog on WordPress was in February 2012. I’ve been through a lot since then. Life is better now. Thank God. In a nutshell, shortly after successfully launching my cornbread career in 2010, I ran into major setbacks due to a need for operating capital. I sought high and low for investors and found none. It was a disguised blessing. At the time, it felt like a living nightmare straight from hell.
Birthing a dream, on a shoestring budget, is not for the faint of heart. I started my cornbread career, based on grandma’s secret recipe, with just $10. I moved from my foreclosed home into a shelter. From there I launched the business, determined to snatch back my foreclosed home at the upcoming auction. The bid went to the person with the most money: $73,000. To this day, I still have not given up. If the house ever returns to the market, I’m not sure I would buy it. Why? I’ve got a new dream for a new house. When one door closes, another opens.
I was 100% determined to get my life back. I wasn’t prepared for the bitter struggle nor the length of time it would take to get my life back on track. Living in shelters is a nightmare beyond words. I decree and declare in the Name of Jesus, I will never again be a shelter client. I will be a 100% successful homeowner. It is so in the Name of Jesus. Power in words we speak and write.
Long story short, I survived. On June 24, 2013, I was blessed to get CornbreadMillionaire.com back online. I’ve had to restructure the business, which is 99.99% complete. I still have some back issues to resolve and am making great progress. My success story will definitely have a chapter dedicated to the details of my setbacks, the prayers, the acts of faith, the actions taken to make my dream a reality. A winner, never, ever quits.