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My Journey to Become a Proud Disabled Business Owner

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I am a proud disabled business owner. However, I have not always been. Being a bubble girl is not a badge of honor I wanted to wear.

To be frank, I found my disability shameful and embarrassing and wanted to hide it. I desired to be seen as a whole person and not “broken.” Learning young that success was only attainable if you hid vulnerabilities and put on a good game face was a lie.

Yet, it felt the most comfortable place to be and I hid it well. As a Young Girl By the age of 5, I was running businesses out of my grandmother’s kitchen.

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