My father’s web company began over 10 years ago. During those 10 years I have gained a fair bit of experience working for him; at times in a full-time role, and also part-time to support my work with YWAM. This April I returned to my native land and have taken the bold step to start my own business. Sound tricky? It wasn’t really. I simply registered as self employed, called the tax office, filled a form in online et voila!
There’s much talk about ‘tent making’ skills, but the short of it is by working for myself I can make money (important), can carry on with my missional activities (also important) and keep flexible for some pretty exciting projects on the horizon (important and cool).