Q: Why did you decide to become a business owner?
A: To show the positive side of autism, I wanted people to know autistic adults can be business owners.
Q: What was your mission at the start of your company?
A: To raise Autism Acceptance and Activism, show how autism can really be awesomism, also to use the 2 proceeds to help other autistic adults and autism families.
Q: What services or products do you offer?
A: Handmade chalk items, mugs, shirts and building websites.
Q: What makes you an Expectational Entrepreneur?
A: I make all kinds of handmade items, I sell them in my store, and the proceeds from all the sales will go to help other autistic adults. My mom and I are setting up a new project called Team Awesomism Virtual Academy, and we’re going to be having a private online academy for autistic adults in which we will help them develop their life skills and social skills, this is to help them for their future. Our main goal is to help turn autism into awesomism, and by me selling all of my items and helping people with their websites, all the proceeds from the sales of everything I make, or get paid to do, can help keep our virtual academy free, that way autistic adults don’t have to pay for anything at all.
Expectational Entrepreneur Social Following:
Twitter: @teamawesomism @PeytonAwesomism
Instagram: teamawesomism, peytonsyearofawesomism