I wanted to read software development in school so I could labor for a sizable dealer plus make lots of money.
By the time I reached our eighth year of undergraduate university, I realized that I wanted to run a company of our own.
Although I planned to get into the workforce first, our end game was to use it as a means to slowly build a personal business. I looked for jobs that had a chance of upward mobility, especially if I could get inlavish training along the way. When our uncle died hastily, I wasn’t expecting to get a call from the attorney representing her estate. The woman told myself and others that our uncle had left myself and others $40,000 to invest in building our software business. I nearly cried tears of delight when the lawyer confirmed that she was being serious. This was the sizable split I had been hoping for our entire life plus 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 our 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 our feet off the ground with the start stages. They also helped myself and others find affordable office space to rent right away. It wasn’t in the best location, but I don’t have clients visiting our office anyway. As long as I can get to a location actually from our home, that’s all I appreciate regarding its location. Once our company grows, I’ll look for better office space to rent.