For week twelve of the Business II course, I only did one lesson: Lesson 56 on app development. In this essay, I am going to talk about this business idea and if it would suit me.
App development is simply creating your own app that solves or makes the lives of others easier. Like the business ideas from week eight, this business allows me to get customers from all over the world and I can offer my services on freelance websites.
The only downside to the business is that it requires me to know how to code. I am always open to learning to new things, but I have already attempted to learn how to code a few years ago and I have concluded that it is not an interest of mine. As Mr. Emmons says at the end of every lesson, if the particular idea is not part of your interests, do not choose it. Forcing yourself into a business you know you will not like is setting yourself up for failure.
App development is a super cool idea, and for those that enjoy coding and are good at it, this would be a fun business to run. However, coding is not my forte and it is not something I enjoy (or am good at). This business idea is not for me.
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