Mashi Epting: Creating Opportunities For Others Is My Passion
Life is all about opportunities. Yet creating them, identifying them, and exploiting them for maximum gain is not always easy unless you have a helping hand. That is why entrepreneur and self-made woman Mashi Epting has proved a god-send for thousands of individuals looking to improve their circumstances and build a better life for themselves. Born into poverty and a childhood of testing circumstances, Mashi Epting cultivated her resilience and hunger for success early on. Such character traits have stood her in exceptionally good stead when it comes to helping others realize their dreams.
“Creating opportunities for others is my passion because I know from personal experience that it only takes a narrow window of opportunity to achieve the impossible,” explained Mashi Epting, who elaborated, “There was little social expectation for someone from my background and environment to do anything of note with my life.
I come from a poverty-stricken neighborhood in Monroe, LA, where I was a teenage mom who also had to care for their terminally-ill mother. Yet I refused to believe that I couldn’t improve my station in life and did everything within my power to get where I needed to be. I now help others find their inner strength to do the same thing, and that is both my passion and purpose.”
Through an integral belief in the power of education and self-improvement, Mashi Epting took the long road and walked it for the sake of a better future. As a multi-faceted business mogul, with many strings to her bow, Mashi Epting is in the enviable position of being able to employ others and help them benefit from her hard-won experience.
She prides herself on being able to identify strengths, and skills in other people that they may be unaware of, and she is a big believer in the philosophy that nothing worthwhile comes without a fight. Yet her key message to everyone she helps is that they must also be prepared to believe in themselves and accept that the hardest part of any journey is the first step.
She explained, “How much are you willing to bet on yourself? When will you stop wading in the water and jump in? Do you not believe that you are capable to adapt and create the life you desire? Are you afraid of the pain and discomfort? I’m here to tell you that if you stop contemplating and do it now, you will indeed adapt, you will indeed succeed, and you will indeed help someone else along the way! And the pain will become purpose and the discomfort will become a strength. Together they will shape you into a force that cannot be reckoned with! Success is like beauty. It lies in the eyes of the beholder.”
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