Doe Deere On The Entrepreneurial Spirit

Doe Deere is proof that the entrepreneurial spirit starts young and is the life force in many new immigrants that come to America. The Russian born young woman arrived in New York City, about twenty years ago. She was only 17, but had big dreams of attending the Fashion Institute of Technology and becoming a fashion designer, while her mother wished to pursue an accounting career, and her sister wanted to attend college. However, they had to place their dreams on hold because of a streak of bad luck that was aiming to kill their entrepreneurial spirit.

Shocking New Reality

After arriving in the crowded and very noisy city a shocking reality settled in for them. They were ill prepared for life in the big city and living in an expensive little apartment. Doe Deere’s mother soon ran out of money and they were forced to move to a homeless shelter and take low paying jobs to survive. Times were tough, but they managed to keep their heads above water. Soon, a lawyer that worked for an organization that helped immigrant women, new to the country made contact with them. She made sure that Doe Deere enrolled in the Fashion Institute Of Technology, her sister attended college, and helped Deere’s mother find an accounting position with a New York firm. Things were starting to look up for the three women and Deere still held on to her entrepreneurial spirit.

Big Changes

Soon, Deere and her family had enough money to move into their own apartment in a rough section of New York City. It wasn’t the best place to start their American life, but they didn’t complain. At least, they were together and had their own home with a kitchen, bathroom, and bedrooms. Doe Deere believes that the tough beginnings made her more resilient and determined to succeed in her career.

Success On The Horizon

A few years later, Deere started achieving success and founded the Lime Crime Cosmetic Company in 2008. Today, she is a major success and a role model for the numerous women and immigrants that have dreams of achieving great success in America on their own terms.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/cherylrobinson/2019/01/09/doe-deere-poppy-angeloff/#8c96ac3bbf90

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