If you’d have told me 5 years ago that I would be supporting myself at same existent on a single income from money made online, I would have thought you were crazy (or that I was officially a scam artist). Yet here I am, making an honest living from online business and now experiencing a life of freedom I never knew was available to me.
That being said, I’m not a popular blogger or a YouTube celebrity, I don’t have the online impact of Tim Ferris nor do I have an impressive email list like Pat Flynn. I am Depute Alphonse Ndayizeye, a 23 year old freelance web designer and Web developer. He was born on the 1st January 1996 in the Neighboring Tanzania Cyabarisa II (Former Rwandan refugee camp) and grew up in Rwanda after a short period of the Genocide against the Tutsi happened on the land of thousand hills-Rwanda. He’s the first born of a family of four children and two parents.
There’s nothing overly fancy about me – I’m a pretty normal guy and I don’t put tremendous value on material possessions, fancy cars, mansions, or being perceived as high on a socio-economic ladder. What I do value is my amazing family, my intensely lovely little sisters and brother, parents, relatives, travelling, life adventures, and happiness. I don’t consider what I do to be “work” — I call it my mission — and each day, my mission allows me to be home with my family doing what I love. Wake up with determination go to bed with satisfactionMy Story-The Story of a Dreamer
I used to dream of being a Doctor. It wasn’t just because I loved Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology (MCB)—it was because I thought it was the only way I’d be able to live a dream life. I trained & educated to be a Doctor, but I soon realized it wasn’t my calling.
I might sound crazy, but hear me out: I may have my head in the clouds, but that doesn’t mean I don’t know what I’m doing. I’d been freelancing as a
web designer and developer on the side for a few years at this point. I’d built up enough business to be confident in my ability to provide for my basic needs, and that was a risk I was willing to take because it would mean that I would be home with my relatives— 100% of the time. Let’s just put it this way: It’s been more than 2 years since taking the leap, and I’m living my dream life.Why Read My Blog?
I believe everybody has the ability to live their dream life! Sometimes the “real world” is just too low a bar to aim for. I’m not trying to say everybody’s dream life is the same — not everybody wants to travel the world, live entirely off passive income, or work from home.
What I’m trying to say is, you really can achieve your dream life — Whatever it may be. And you can start today! Don’t waiting tomorrow or other person to bring a change in your life in-stead of you, a society waiting you for. Never be shy but shining, never be cowardly but courageous, because he who gets challenge in life gets a success in life.
I write about starting a freelance career, I show how to grow a thriving online business, and I share my successes and my failures in life and in business.ONE LAST THING
I want to add value to your life. I want to inspire you. I want to help you get your head in the clouds.
What I write about here works for me — not everything I share will work for you, and that’s okay.
Thank you for taking some time out to read this. I hope to see you here soon — the view is quite nice from up here in the clouds 😉
Depute N.Alphonse #BON Technology Ltd