build with purpose


I thought I was going to be a game developer

When I graduated from high school I figured I'd work to get all of the skills I'd need to be a videogame developer. After all, that's why I started school in the first place and I'd always been thrilled by virtual interactivity. I enjoyed a wide variety of games, but couldn't play just one repeatedly unless it was a game I really loved. I didn't know until later that I was simply trying to focus on what I knew rather than focus on what I was actually good at doing when choosing my future career.