Starting out on your own isn’t easy. That’s why, as a society, we laud those that have taken a step into the unknown. Many years ago I gave up a career that I didn’t want to pursue anymore (IT) to become a photographer and open up my studio. It was and will probably always be, a work-in-progress. You have to wear a lot of hat – marketing one day, photographer, customer service, accountant… It’s not an easy path, which is why I was delighted to hear Marcus’s story.
I didn’t get much further than Lego (admit it, nor did you), but hat’s off to people like Marcus who clearly have a knack for building the stuff that improves our lives on a daily basis.
I’ll let Marcus explain a bit more about his business, it sounds like he knows his stuff inside and out.
Marcus is a wise head on young shoulders but he’s also a genuinely nice guy. It was an easy session, Marcus speaks with passion about his path and how he got there. If you’re in the market for the kind of engineering work Marcus delivers, I’d strongly encourage you to check out his web site and give him a call.
Best of luck for the future Marcus.