Trenton Wallace

"If you can dream it, you can do it."~Walt Disney

"Who Am I"

What Are My Interests:

Kayaking (Its a water sport)


Computer programming: HTML (Hyper Text Makeup language.) And other such software.

Why I Like Kayaking: I like get getting some water in my face me and my dad go in the Winter and Summer.

Why I Like Business: Well, I thought I could help people in times of need. And built this company from scratch. I needed a name for this company that was going to develop this product to save people. So, I remembered a weather program me and a few others were watching they were talking about this program named TARGET-TORNADO so I did some research and found no copyright, no registration records or rights. And decided to name it that. And four years straight I've been at work making my company grow. Now lets not get caught up in that. "Dying shall live no longer."~Trenton Wallace. "People are not remembered by their features, Its by what they say."~ Trenton Wallace.

Why I Like Computer programming: I like programming because to me its fun like HTML its easy to learn and I'm really not sure why I like some of the things I do.

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"Where Am I Going"

"My career as a entrepreneur" to start a company/Business.
Job description: The highest ranking executive in a company whose main responsibilities include developing and implementing high-level strategies, making major corporate decisions, managing the overall operations and resources of a company, and acting as the main point of communication between the board of directors and the corporate operations.

Median Salary: The median expected salary for a typical Chief Executive Officer in the United States is $756,019.

Job outlook
: Executives devise strategies and policies to ensure that an organization meets its goals. They plan, direct, and coordinate operational activities of companies and public or private-sector organizations.

Work Schedule
: CEOs spend as much as 40 to 80 hours per week working to develop, improve and manage a company. CEOs spend their days managing and training sales, financial professionals and technical staff. The position of a CEO requires an individual of multifaceted experience.

Work Environment

  1. Have a positive attitude. The owner is the one who the employees look up to and look to for guidance and insight on the direction of the company. Smiling and laughing helps reduce the tension and pressure in a day.
  2. Celebrate events, achievements, birthdays, or share successful stories with your staff. When your employees make an achievement it benefits your business too! Celebrating gives yourself and employees moments to look forward to and makes working hard rewarding.
  3. Work hard to play hard. Many CEO’s think about business from the moment they wake up till it’s time to go back to bed. But having fun is just as important as making money. If you’ve worked hard, then you deserve to play hard, vacation, visit with family, and have fun. It will recharge you to get back to business and go further.

Something interesting:Chief executive officers are the rock stars of their company. As a company’s leader, how a CEO spends his or her time defines the company and determines how profitable it will be.

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"How Do I Get There"

Finish High School with a associates degree and honors.

Harvard: 1350 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA. Founded: September 8, 1636

Harvard university offers business degrees. Yes its far from home but its worth it!

There are no laws stipulating that chief executives must have attended college or that they must have a master's degree. However, very few people make it to the top of the corporate ladder these days without some sort of formal education. (But these day your required to how some sort of education.)

Arkansas Tech university: Tuition (based on 12 credit hours) $4,776 this number breaks down to $398.00 per hour.

1.Academic Challenge Scholarship

2.Governor's Scholars

3.Washington Center Scholarship

Stand out: Be different.

some entrepreneurs: Mark Zuckerberg:
Steve Jobs: Apple Inc.

Do you know why Facebook is the color it is? Mark is color blind. (He calls it Facebook blue.)