Going Rogue: Advice for Budding Entrepreneurs

Alexis Chateau

Last summer, I went rogue when I quit my corporate job and decided to travel and write for a living. I also started this blog to document my adventures – and misadventures – so other people could learn from my experiences. Since then, many people have reached out to ask:

How did you do it,and how can I mirror that success?

This has been a hard lesson to teach, since writing is more an art than a skill. To add to this, many of the ventures readers need advice with require large capital and hiring outside help; whereas I was able to start my writing business with my old laptop and 10 years of professional writing experience.

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of speaking with Alexander Powell, a fellow Jamaican entrepreneur. He too believes in the importance of turning our dreams into achievable goals, and making…

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