This week was so tiring. We did a lot of things to help my motherland.
In this issue, I'll tell you about my current situation, what decisions were made and why.
The last thing.
I'll keep working on Microns to send part of the earned money to Ukraine. I see my mission here as an entrepreneur.
All contracts are paused, but I keep paying salaries for employees in my software agency. I know that they need support. So I can't leave them.
I will help financially and do as many things as possible to support Ukrainian troops and nation win this war.
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A few days, we were living in the "safe" part of the Kyiv region with my father and brother working volunteers.
We helped people from Mariupol, Kharkiv, and Kyiv region by packing and sending humanitarian things.
We worked all day with little to no interruptions. Every day from three to five vans went to critical regions to help people survive.
It was hard work, but we understood that there were no other ways. Because if Ukraine gives up, then the EU will be next.
One day when we stayed home missile exploded near the private sector we lived.
The windows almost flew out, and an explosion blocked the ears.
After this, we decided to move to a safer place. It was so hard morally.
Mental health was down because of indefinite sirens and airstrikes.
My father sends my mom, sister, and brother to the west part of Ukraine.
We finally reached out to our relatives in the west part. We crossed a lot of block posts. The road was tiring.
My mom and my sister moved to Germany to my older sister, who lived in Dresden for a few years.
My brother and I stayed in the west. I'm praying for all the people and children in "hot" regions.
I plan to invest a lot of money into building Ukraine after the war.
🔥 Asking Price: $2,500
🔥 Asking Price: $5,000
🔥 Asking Price: $90,000
I wanted to build a side project to make extra $$$ 🤑
But struggled to build something from scratch 🥵
I failed every time and made $0 😵
So instead I focused on acquiring a micro-SaaS 🎯
And after 10 months I bought my first business 🤩
Now I can just work on growing it 📈
— bruce mclachlan (@bruce_v3)
Mar 8, 2022
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