Past, Present, Future

Good morning Grizzly’s!

Wow what a week it has been for us over here at Sudo Grizzly Gents!  Well lets say less  of a week and more of a YEAR! What did we learn so far? Well I for one learned that I despise the word “Niche”.  On top of  taking a crash courses in Java, CSS, Domain attributes, maneuvering through G-Suites, launching a store, closing it to relaunch it, then closing it, then relaunching, to changes in our team and team roles, creating some awesome products that just blew sales out of the water, to others that didn’t do so hot, to learning that we can’t and really don’t want to shove products we ourselves aren’t passionate about down your throat.

I stopped to think about what our core values at Sudo Grizzly Gents, LLC really are.  And because I myself love prime numbers I came up with ” The Seven Cores of Ursa Majoris”

  1. Creativity
  2. Compassion
  3. Integrity
  4. Innovation
  5. Dedication
  6. Courage
  7. Forgiveness

Throughout this year we’ve come across many obstacles. Many stemming from ourselves, others stemming from competitors, but we have learned and continue to practice the wise words of Buddha:

“Homie, let that shit go.” – Buddha

There’s a reason we chose to stop our FB ad’s (other than not having a budget for it).  We don’t want to target anyone specifically with our shenanigans. Same reason we never check out our competitors websites, frankly to us they don’t exist in our universe. We are only on a constant path of self growth.

The idea behind this company from day one was to encourage creativity in any way shape or form.  Creativity being one of Oscar Rios’ most breath taking qualities (our Manager of Social Media content and our Prodigy on Twitch ( Who not only came on board our team as an intern, but has managed to achieve Partner Level on Twitch, Raise $500 towards suicide prevention with his channel, and still become a shareholder in Sudo Grizzly Gents, LLC.

These feats come at no easy price.  All of us at Sudo Grizzly Gents, LLC still work a 9-5 job. Some of the team members take days off their 9-5’s in order to work sometimes up to 18 hours working on everything from legal, accounting, Streaming, testing, debugging and I assure you (and the cash flow statement doesn’t lie lol) we don’t turn the profits many assume.  We do this for people like our intern Ashlynn whos been taking over posting on the FB page with some….racy content I see. People like our good friend Joey, a 19 year old aspiring programmer slowly inching towards his goals. People like our friend Taylor the humble unspoken satirical and analytical genius. Bibi a girl who for some odd reason is always the first to encourage our manic ideas. Our new friends “Saint Angel” , Irene, Ann, everyone at Platino Graphics, Honson LTD, Jessica, Lee, Mark, Other Mark, Dennis Gordon, Jerson Flores, The Team at Milton Security, Edgar Uribe, Nick, Jessica Rodriguez, Brandon Jeffers, Oscar Romero, Dennis Hall, Ivan Rios, and many many more.

I myself do it for my mom, my dad, my brother. Because though it may be difficult for them to understand my current views and choices, It is their voices I hear in my head when I am on the edge of giving up telling me ” Just hold on for one more day”.

So what’s the future hold in store for the Grizzly Gents?  I’m not sure to be honest. I spend so much time thinking about the future and my past that I forget to live here in the present.

Thanks guys!

We are also still keeping the Tee-Spring open as well as offering discounts on VPN subscriptions. All your patronage helps us continue with the Jimmy Rustling and content.

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