One of my long term goals has always been about the ability to conceptualize a sound structure that attracts money making ideas. Whether it was Centuria Group or the CentEx Cargo Blog, the inspiration for their inception was to build a strong foundation for under-represented people and those too timid to go mainstream. This structure would allow them to bounce off their business ideas with others. The name Centuria was chosen by our 2004-team for its meaning and represented to us a business capable of having 100 different units.
It is an ‘on-going’ process. CentEx Cargo blog posts range from a substantive discussion about ‘pervasive corruption’ in some Caribbean customs to allocating adequate resources to tackle the huge US domestic market. For example, ‘freight broker training’ came from one of my colleagues as a way to get his foot in the door and deal with the slow cycle of international shipping service from the US eastern seaboard to the Caribbean. This blog doesn’t have a fancy organizational structure: What we have is ‘good old American ingenuity,’ the power of unlimited imagination, positive energy and synergy that allow any of our active participants to make more money, access to an abundance of valuable assets, and opportunities to re-invent themselves at any age. ‘I strongly believe that your most valuable asset is yourself.’