February 19th at 5 PM EST marked a day in history for the culture of those living with blindness.
The Launchers event was born and it displayed to the world that blind people, disabled people can start their own business and be empowered.
I talk with business want a bees every week that are stuck in one place.
Want to know what place they are stuck in?
They call it starting a business for a reason…
It’s so you can go into business.
If you want to work and you need help from a team of people that was just like you.. at one point in life.
You have come to the right place.
Fedora Outlier LLC works with all individuals. We don’t work with disabled.
We work with everyone willing to work.
I thought it was your case?
My wife asks me if it’s her money then why am I spending it. LOL
If it’s your VR case then why are they telling you what you want?
Why when you ask for something and even justify why you want it in your mind…
Opportunities come to those who create them. Maryann saw her opportunity in the (ACSP) Apple Certified Support Professional course that is offered through Fedora’s Teach Institute.
She was scared initially…
She didn’t know where the road to passing the test would leave, but…
You have a dream! You can see it clear as 20/20 vision in your head…
You have no money to see your dream through to the light.
What do you do?
I get this question on our platform allot. Here’s some answers…
It’s literally been almost a year since we’ve posted about a contestant on our television show titled Blink.
Usually Brie would write this post, but it gives me amazing joy to talk about Shelly Smith from South Carolina from my perspective.
So after 4 incredible seasons interviewing the worlds most amazing people living with a disability, we bring to you…
the Delivering Access network
and Outlier’s, the podcast.
You heard it right…
We created a media network for the rest of us.
Denise wrote in on this post http://www.fedoraoutlier.com/ive-told-you-what-it-is-how-it-works-now-heres-how-to-get-it/
wanting help with creating a new product for those in wheel chairs that are blind.
Michael writes in and says…