Earlier in the week, I wrote about how I was struggling to apply for the government loan to small businesses that were affected by the worldwide pandemic.
Small business owners were instructed to go to their banks and apply for this small business loan.
When the loan process first went live, my bank was having all kinds of problems and people were unable to submit their information to the banks.
It was a very frustrating process. Zhana and I, sat in the office, trying to get the process finished.
I am happy to say that my application went through and all of my friends that were applying, also had their applications go through as well. This calls for air high-fives. Success!
It is obvious that this stay at home has been pretty tough. Not being able to see my parents or my sisters or my friends, has been the most difficult part.
I love hanging out with people and self-isolation has been the most difficult part, for me.
When I posted my difficulties with the loan process, I can’t tell you how many people contacted me, to help me through it.
It really meant a lot.It really shows me how great people are and how fortunate I am, to live in a country that looks out for their people.
The best thing I could have done, was to ask for help. In these uncertain times, we have to reach out to each other. Ask for help. Or offer assistance.
Doing this, we all grow and become more resilient. Let’s reach out and help one another make it through these tough times.
Even though my business has been on pause, I KNOW that we will be back. I appreciate all of you that have reached out, to see how I was doing.
Floss like a madman!Emilio “Feeling Blessed” Couret