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Trump Cheered Patriots to Super Bowl Victory with Founder of Spa Where Kraft was Charged in Sex-Trafficking Case

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MIAMI – Asian Spa owner, who joined the US president Donald Trump’s Super Bowl watch party at his West Palm Beach country club in February is implicated in a sex trafficking case. His team New England Patriots played the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta, and Li Yang, the founder and one-time owner of Asian Spa was seen in a blurry selfie with Donald Trump when the latter was sitting in a round-table decorated with paper-cutout footballs. However, after nineteenth days, the Spa owner, Robert Kraft was indicted in a case of soliciting human trafficking case at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in nearby Jupiter, which was founded by Li Yang more than a decade earlier.

According to authorities, Kraft visited the spa on January 19 and was caught on cameras paying for oral sex while having an erotic massage (Erotische Massage Wien). After that, he flew to Kansas City, where his team was playing that night in the AFC Championship game. However, Kraft has denied the charged framed against him and sent the arraignment for March 28 in West Palm Beach.

On the other hand, Yang was not charged in the multiagency anti-human trafficking operation in which 25 people were sent behind bars. Also, about 10 Asian day spas in South Florida were shut down. The non-involvement of Yang, in this case, is due to the fact that he sold Jupiter Spa to Hua Zhang in 2013. None of the spas are registered to Yang or his family’s name. Zhang was charged with running sex rackets at his spas but he was simply denied all the charges well as allegations against him.

Yang’s family has on its name several Florida spas and it’s Tokyo Day Spa branches have attracted the attention of at least two police agencies. In a phone interview with police, Yang has admitted that she and her family have not broken the law. She said she is out of the business and would come to Washington. Also, she requested the media not to show any negative things about her family in order to avoid negative media attention.

Yang didn’t take part in voting for the last 10 years until 2016 but she has become a fixture at Republican political events on the East Coast. She had been seen with Donald Trump, his family members and other Republican personalities on many occasions. Records since 2007 show that Yang has donated more than $42,000 to Trump’s victory. But Yang has declined all the claims about knowing Donald Trump personally. She also called coming to his events as a normal thing and denied any link with Donald Trump on political grounds.

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What does it really mean to be an Entrepreneur?

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We see that word a lot, especially in the business world. Entrepreneurship is an idea that is often tied to the concept of the American dream. An individual chooses to put their head down and work hard to open a business and are now reaping the benefits of investing their time, money, and energy.

For those of us who have a job in the traditional sense working for a company that we do not own, the idea of becoming an entrepreneur can be both exciting and intimidating. Not everyone is built to start a business and pour their soul into helping it grow and become their main source of income. So what does it really look like to be an entrepreneur in 2022?

Betting on yourself

Anyone who has started a business themselves will tell you that the key to success is believing in yourself, as cliche as that may sound. With all of the responsibility of the business falling on your shoulders, there is a lot of weight that you have to carry. Figuring out the product or service itself, marketing the brand online or through your network, and handling the logistics of owning a business are just some of the tasks that will fall on you. Depending on what industry you are in, you may need to take the time to be certified, especially for some trades where a license is required. Getting through “impostor syndrome,” or the belief that you do not have what it takes to achieve your goals, will be key to creating long-term success, but this is only possible if you truly believe in your abilities and your business.

Assuming all of the risk

The scariest part of being an entrepreneur is the inherent uncertainty. Will your business be successful? How long before you start to turn a profit? Will this business be able to support your livelihood both in the short term and in the long? These are questions that you will undoubtedly face as a business owner, especially early on. All of the risk associated with owning a business is yours. The best way to manage this risk is to seek assistance in the areas that you feel uncomfortable in. Don’t understand how to keep track of clients and invoices? Research the best software to help you. Having trouble with taxes? Hire a tax professional to work through the details with you. There will likely be aspects of owning a business that you will not even know exist, so be sure to do your research.

Reaping all of the benefits

While there is significant risk associated with entrepreneurship, there is also the possibility of success. In the event of success with your business, you will reap all of the benefits of your growth. Whether that means achieving financial independence, or simply living out a purpose and feeling fulfilled, you receive the full reward as the owner of that business. This is what most entrepreneurs keep their focus on and what gets them through the long hours and extreme investment of their assets. They look forward to the day when they reach their financial or personal goals, which makes the whole journey worth it. 

The freedom of choice

This factor is especially evident with the wave of new businesses that have started since the beginning of the global pandemic. A huge number of workers have filed applications for new businesses in the last few years, with over 551,000 applications in July of 2020, a huge jump from similar time periods in years past. That trend has continued into 2022, with many workers leaving their regular jobs in order to pursue entrepreneurship. One of the main draws is the freedom of choice. You can choose what type of business to run, what product or service you will sell, what your company culture will be, where to allocate resources, and even what hours to work. People may have left previous positions for any number of reasons such as low pay, feeling undervalued, poor management, long hours, or simply burnout. By starting a new business, an entrepreneur has the freedom to customize the role to suit themselves. Even if there are long hours, the feeling of self-determined fulfillment can override the difficulty of running the business. 

Entrepreneurship should not be taken lightly

As stated before, becoming an entrepreneur is not for everyone. Even if you come up with a great idea for a product or service, you may not have the capacity or the drive to turn it into a thriving business. It is important to spend time in reflection and doing research before taking the leap to make sure that you understand what you are getting into and what it will take to be successful. Lay out your goals, come up with a plan, seek outside advice from people who know you and professionals in the field you are interested in, and then make a decision. If you choose to go for it, then be ready to defeat that impostor syndrome.

 

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