Thrive in Venezuela: will it be possible? | Support me in my project.

2019-09-26T06:12:54.000Z Honest Cash

My name is Ramón Oropeza, I am a 25 year old man. And my country has been going through an unprecedented social, economic and political crisis in the Americas. The country was stagnant about 8 years ago, but during the last 5 years I have seen an accelerated deterioration of life in Venezuela.

It is very difficult to describe my personal situation. I am better than many other compatriots, but I definitely do not lead a decent life, a life that my mother could give me when I was a child. So far I have not been able to give it back.

I will try to give a brief description of my current life: I am a cook, for economic reasons I left my university studies and started working in the kitchen. I have frozen my cooking classes to less than one course in order to graduate for lack of money.

The situation in my home is this: The money is only enough to eat and pay for basic services (which are very cheap in Venezuela but of poor quality). For example, we have more than 5 years without a refrigerator, the bathrooms do not work properly, the dishwasher does not work, a stove and oven works in my kitchen. None of this can be fixed with the money that enters my house now. There are three salaries, but only enough to eat. I must take more than 10 years without buying clothes, like my mother and my brother. My last shoes, are some worn by a friend who has given them to me and with them I work and take them everywhere. Perhaps these little details can give an idea of ​​how complicated my situation is. I'm ashamed to tell you this.

My cooking classes have been able to pay them to cryptocurrencies, which have allowed me to meet and communicate with extraordinary and detached people. Money is not everything in life, but it is very important to have a dignified. The last thing I managed to do thanks to cryptocurrencies is to pay for a bakery course. Little by little, I am being a better cook and this is also prosperity, not only economically, but in knowledge.

I believe that, if it is possible to forge your own destiny, here in Venezuela there is still a small possibility of being able to prosper from scratch. Little by little I have been acquiring knowledge and experience, meeting people (having relevant contacts is important). So I'm just looking for that opportunity that drives me to start my own business.

My project is about making sweet bread from my house. Wholesale. And thus be able to generate a little more income. In order to have a decent life, with my family and friends. I am ambitious and I am already thinking about possible expansions of this business and all the possibilities.

I am not sure that, if it is possible to prosper in the situation in Venezuela, but it is true that there are people in Venezuela who work in their businesses honestly and with sacrifice making good money in the midst of the crisis. And I have faith to be able to do one of them.


"I am looking for an opportunity to get out of this bad moment in which I find myself trapped. I hope to find your support to raise only $ 300 to start my own food business and continue my cooking studies. This would really help me and my family. I consider myself a person who thrives in many ways and I am sure of achieving economic prosperity through my passion: cooking. If you can help me, I will be very grateful."



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