Like every entrepreneur, I was so excited when I decided to make the jump. I had rented an old house on Whitsett Street in Greenville SC, I had an office telephone number, and my desktop Gateway computers were on the way! I had this grand vision of what my office would look like based on too many years of watching Dallas as a child and LA Law as a college student, and as you may guess, reality was a bit different.
My first day in my new office, May 22, 2002, looked something like this:
I had no assistant. I had no coffee machines or copiers yet. I had no rugs, so the hardwoods echoed like an empty warehouse. I certainly wasn’t JR Ewing or Michael Kuzak (those of you too young to remember those names, Google them right now).
But it was mine. And I was thrilled beyond words. I was ready to get to work, and later that same day, I had my first client. I was off to the races, and I was certain that nothing could stop me.
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