How did you get into your field?

Saif Ullah Khalid
27 replies
Was it your choice/passion or did you just get into it by chance?


Chrystal Cienfuegos
Chance. I always had ideas but one day I decided to actually act on it! Here I am.
Abhishek Swarup
Mainly choices, a series of choices to lead to this stage.
Bouchard Entertainment
@abhishek_swarup I think this best describes how I got to my current business... it's crazy how simple choices in life will put you on a path you never expected to be on!
Denis Pimenov
Let's just say I wanted to change the field of activity and I was lucky. An opportunity arose and I took it))
At first it was my hobby, then it turned into my main job
Saif Ullah Khalid
@ruslan77 If you are passionate about something then you enjoy it. A hobby turned into your career leads to eternal job satisfaction.
I started marketing when I was a kid. I worked at my uncle's grocery store and developed interest in this field.
krumbls dot com
purely by chance, but started off as a hobby for a kid with too much time on their hands.
Irete Hamdani
I like to say that I didn't found my startup, my startup found me! I AM passionate about the environment and my startup's purpose is to help reduce our carbon footprint. Check it out here:
Ivan Ralic
When I was extremely young cassettes containing games for my Commodore 64 were lagging and Joystick broke a lot. So I've started programming 😂
Saif Ullah Khalid
@ralic Now you are breaking the keyboards??? 😁😂
Ivan Ralic
@saif_ullah_khalid hahahahaha, I did actually broke my keyboard recently by cleaning it with some kind of cleaning solution 😅🤦‍♂️
Amelia Charlie
I'm studying it that's why😅
Saif Ullah Khalid
@amelia_charlie Don't you have interest in your field?
Ivan Vorobyev
It was simply necessary. Because I understood that there was no worthy competition at the moment. But that was a long time ago. Since I entered, the market has changed a lot, and worthy competitors have appeared. There is a company that is a global provider of managed DevOps services and cloud computing. It seems to me that the better a company focuses on providing uncompromising stability and security of IT infrastructures the better for consumers