Vivianï¿½s belief of thinking that anything is possible if she just puts her mind to it helps her deal with and hustle through the challenges she faced as a teenage mother, young wife and high school dropout. This no-limits attitude has led her to opening a restaurant, starting Signature Flan and becoming the author of her first book.In 1993, Vivian was a 16-year-old high school student who became pregnant by her then high school sweetheart and now husband of 16 years.In 2005, after 6 years of working in the software industry, she co-founded ï¿½Mofongoï¿½ with her husband, a Puerto Rican restaurant based in Texas. The restaurant was ultimately closed, but her dream of entrepreneurship did… not die.Later in 2009, Vivian decided she wasn't comfortable with someone else calling the shots for her, so she started her newest business venture, ï¿½Signature Flan.ï¿½ www.signatureflan.com. Getting her pink slip in 2010 was possibly the best thing that ever happened to Vivian. She now has plans to create an online channel (www.viviantenorio.com) where she will interview other small business owners and industry professionals. Vivian also plans to continue her speaking engagements, where she can share her story with others who wish to start a business and live a no-limits lifestyle.