Jaunta J. Rudison Takes Three Years Off to Raise Brother’s Children

 

Jaunta J. Rudison, owner of Rudison’s Enterprises, loves her work as a business consultant.  However, when her brother died in 2005, she didn’t hesitate to take three years off to provide the critical time needed to get her brother’s children acclimated to a new way of life.

“I wanted them to have a better life since the first five years of their lives were spent in difficult circumstances.  I knew that they were talented children who needed direction to become the best they could be. They needed to understand … your environment doesn’t shape you; you shape your environment.”

Jaunta speaks from experience. She faced her own challenges growing up in low income housing and later worked in a transitional school with troubled teens. Her experiences prepared her to help the children adjust from a tough Chicago neighborhood to the quiet suburbs of Georgia. The sacrifices have paid off. Her niece is graduating from high school this year with honors and she is looking at colleges to attend. Her nephew is looking toward becoming an “A” student, elevating to his senior year, and doing extremely well on the football team.

She helps her clients find the same kind of success as they face their own challenges and stresses that come with change. “Many people are facing losing a job or financial struggles and most are starting over in an economy and market that has deep-sixed,” she explains.

Jaunta enjoys teaching clients to create successful business plans and budgets. She also instructs them on attaining financing and grants, making intelligent decisions about their businesses, and stepping up to the next level.

Pulling strength from her spiritual principles, she is able to give her clients encouragement and a desire to succeed. Businesses are able to create jobs which are good for the economy, good for families, and good for the future.

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