D.O.C.I.S. International, also known and registered under the name “Fangs”, is a very small, ve-ry small business. The sole owner and sole employee of the business are one and the same person – me – and the annual revenue of the organization could get you not more than a box of cookies. This might not sound worth the investment gamble, but I believe it is. About 30% of my monthly income, I invest in my business, because I believe that it will one day pay itself back. Royally.

That there is someone/a group of people illegally earning from my work, too, implies that Fangs is made for greatness. Because this business is so small and further unsupported (in my circle), I was very hesitant about initiating the process of justice for myself. But I’m trying to tackle this now, focusing on the case instead of focusing on Friday’s exam in law. I tell you more about this in Justice for D.O.C.I.S..

To be 100% liable for this business comes with quite the thrill. What I love about it the most is that my organization is not a slave to media-influenced “public opinion”, because I am not dealing with (demands of) stockholders and stakeholders. Because it is less capitalist, it is also a lot more sustainable. I hope to inspire others to become independent business entities as well and to turn D.O.C.I.S. International into our safety net.

Hopefully, those who I admire, who are drafted as Counselors, will strengthen this organization. Plenty of people have called me crazy for dreaming this big. But I hope to receive their support and endorsement, which will create plenty of huge opportunities for me, so that I can create plenty opportunities for others, and together we can live a life we truly want to live.

That’s me. No recent professional pictures yet, but we’ll get there somehow.