My Dream

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Edward Sinigayan

My Life

The sun rays from my balcony window of my 2 story mansion hit my face as the sun arose over the oceans horizon. I slowly opened my eyes to the beautiful creation God has bestowed upon me also know as my wife. When my mind came to a still, I came to realize that from all of the long hard hours of studying and working at a time was a small step in my long and relaxing life that I am now continuing. It feels great to be the owner of the multi-million dollar corporation known as SimplyFunCakes. I’m proud to say that I spent my 20’s and early 30’s getting my AA degree at Chabot in business, transferring and getting a BS degree at Stanford University in business, and to start the family business that is called SimplyFunCakes. First, at Chabot I completed my AA degree in Business in two years. A class that helped me out and taught me a lot was Business 12. This is the introduction to Business. This class was an important step in my profession because it showed me a little of everything that had to do with business. It helped me decide on what type of business I wanted to major in. Another great class I was in was Business 36. In this class we learned the introduction to marketing. Since I already knew I had a positive outlook on becoming an entrepreneur, taking this class enhanced my understanding on how to show my product in numerous ways of advertisement. Lastly, Business 26 had a huge impact on my stride to becoming a young and prosperous entrepreneur. This class teaches you all about the introduction to management. It helps you learn how to run a business from the inside out. Managers play a huge role in every business, and when I was taught how to be a manger of a business, it changes your whole outlook on ideas for your own. After taking all these classes, I graduated from Chabot with an AA degree in Business and got me a scholarship to Stanford University. Secondly, I went to...
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