Oros Mampofu expresses excitement being a business owner, as he ventured into restaurant business named, Hotspot Grills.
The actor launched the business last year and he took to social media, reminiscing on how he was hopeless growing up as a child. However, he was certain about his greatness.
“Growing up, I always saw myself as less then the people that surrounded me. I’m not sure if it’s because I scraped through every test I ever wrote, that I couldn’t read or maybe because I was 2 years behind the grade I was meant to be inn but whatever the reason was, I believed it. I recall that a lot of the time I dreaded being at school & every day was a mountain to climb,” he kicked off his note.
“Regardless of all of that, I couldn’t shake off the feeling that I was destined for something special. To impact the world in a way I wasn’t sure how yet,” the actor wrote
Looking back I’m grateful for everything, the dark times, the teaching moments and insightful moments that forged me into the man I am today. Into the dreamer that believes anything is possible & won’t be stopped by the likes of adversity,” Oros added.
The actor inspires fans with his story, and expressed his excitement over his achievement. I never imagined I would be a business owner with multiple initiatives on the run like @hotspotgrills , excited to see where I can take them. That for me is still something crazy to think about.”
“To dreamers out there! Lets keep going guys. We don’t have all the answers I know, but it’s about getting out there & giving it a try,” he added.
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