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Jemelle Santos

Multi-Niche Vlogger and Content Creator




Age: 35  

Country: United States 

Years in business: 1 

 

Website address  

 

Business email  

 

Social media links  

Instagram: @jjemellee  Youtube: @jemellee

Tiktok: @jjemellee

 

  

 



What is your business about  

 

It's still the beginning stages, but I am creating personal vlogs to talk about starting life over in my 30s. After a terrible year, I had to move to a new city, find a new job, and find myself again after a long-term relationship. I am also discussing about personal finance because I am drowning in debt, along with saving up money for trips. I have a separate channel about gaming which I have started back in 2016 through Twitch streaming. 


Please describe your life before starting  

 

I've always wanted to be a content creator since the beginning of the YouTube early years. I have decided this year after multiple hiccups in my past life, I want to take it more seriously. I went to school for media but kept pivoting my job career because nothing seemed to fit me. From working in retail, restaurant, and video games - I either change industries or I get laid off. Now I'm trying to be more self employed and create content that fulfills my passions and needs. 


What made you decide to take the leap and start your own business?  

 

Had a real rough year in 2022 and I am starting from scratch. I made the decision to create an LLC so that it will motivate me to take this pursuit more seriously and learn how to do all the things from taxes, filling paperwork, and other things on my own.,  


How would you describe your life now, as a solopreneur?  

 

A bit chaotic and trying to fit all the pieces together. Creating a though out business plan will be helpful for me, and I am ready to take that on. 


How has your ADHD played a positive role in your business life?  

 

The fact that I have multiple interests and I want to share the world, I think it's a positive role because it means that I am multifaceted and I can't really be put into a box. I want to show off my uniqueness to the world,  


What's your top tip for other ADHD women aspiring to be solopreneurs  

 

Try not to get stuck in analysis paralysis. Just make or do something even if it's not perfect. It will get better over time.


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