I wanted to study software development in college so I could labor for a large contractor and make lots of money.
By the time I reached my third year of undergraduate college, I realized that I wanted to run a company of my own.
Although I planned to get into the workforce first, my end game was to use it as a means to slowly build a personal business. I looked for tasks that had a option of upward mobility, especially if I could get incostly training along the way. When my aunt died quickly, I wasn’t expecting to get a call from the attorney representing his estate. The guy told myself and others that my aunt had left myself and others $40,000 to invest in building my software business. I nearly cried tears of joy when the lawyer confirmed that he was being serious. This was the important cut I had been hoping for my entire life and I jumped on it to not waste such a special opportunity. One of the first things I needed to do was find cheap office space to rent while I slowly grew my company from scratch. That’s what led myself and others to a local company development center because I knew they could help myself and others get my feet off the ground with the start stages. They also helped myself and others find affordable office space to rent immediately. It wasn’t in the best location, although I don’t have clients visiting my office anyway. As long as I can get to a location definitely from my home, that’s all I care about regarding its location. Once my company grows, I’ll look for better office space to rent.