I can’t fix my past and I can't restore the trust with many people I have let down and disappointed. I have started so many projects and businesses with hopes to find financial breakthrough but never come right. even worse I owe some of the people I have let down.
I am trying to find ways forward but I with this load on my shoulders filled with regrets and guilty about my past and I am unable to. I am trying to do the right things but everything I try I am hiding and afraid that those I have let down will shame me again and again in public and blocking me from moving toward a hopeful future.
Day in and day out I am looking for ways to make it through but with the number of people I owe and with the number of people I have let down and disappointed I am not sure how I will get through life. I keep hiding trying and to fix my problems behind the scenes, hoping all will come right but as I do, I keep making more problems and letting down many people.
I am at the point in my life where I need to find a clear path in life before I do crime for a living or to find ways to survive. All the businesses and projects I have started haven't worked for me due to lack of base I can build from.
I want to make ways to build a better life and stop feeling sorry for myself and my past. I want to pick up the paces and move forward with my life but with all the troubles I have brought to my life it has being hard. I am tired of hiding and keep coming up with different ideas, projects and businesses to survive or to pay rent and food. So I am looking to go forward and build a better start in my life by starting an Internet Cafe Business to create a base where I can work from everyday and where I can server others in need.
I know I have asked for so much help from so many people but I am asking if you can help me with this starting this cafe to build from.
Use of Funds & Cafe Details:
Selling Price: R68 000.00 (once off)
Shop Rental: R 15 000.00 pm (for 2 months rental and deposit)
Location of the Shop: 240 Louise Botha Avenue, Johannesburg, 2019
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