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How I went from no degree “tech guy” to helping thousands of online entrepreneurs build a life and business they love.
Before People In Tech, blogging, podcasting, teaching, I was like most of my followers. A corporate worker. Continually focusing on climbing the ladder. Looking for the next promotion, raise, or bonus. I finally decided to start small and build my business.
Hi! My name is Caleb King, and I am the founder of People In Tech. Raised in southern California, I considered myself a hybrid between academia and athletics. My favorite sport growing up was basketball, which introduced me life-long friends, created my competitiveness streak and understood the saying, "hard work pays off."
Once I realized I wasn't going to be a professional basketball player, my focus started to shift to my other hobbies, like business, computers, and health. After high school, I decided to attend Arizona State University to study Computer Information Systems. During my time at ASU, I learned a life lesson, "you can get through anything if you put your mind to it."
It took me longer to graduate from ASU than I expected simply due to tuition increases, especially being an "out of state" student. I had to get a full-time job before finishing school. This started my career in the IT industry as a Technology Coordinator. I began to gain confidence in my tech skills when my colleagues would call me the "Tech Guy." I was fixing people, computers, tablets, phones, pair programming, troubleshooting, IT support. I even had one co-worker bring me her digital watch and said, "You can fix anything, fix this."
I was fortunate and found a mentor who suggested I start learning how to code, build apps, and work for a tech company. Ten years later, I am leading a development team and mentoring other junior developers in their careers.
It was time for me to give back and replicate what others did for me early in my career. I started small with a podcast titled "People In Tech." In the first two years, I was trying to find my voice. Then I began interviewing startups, authors, founders, and experts in the field.
One of my followers asked if I would create an online course about building an app for non-technical people. Then others had a different request, which encouraged me to start a business from my platform. To help and educate others on how to leverage technology to their advantage. Here we are about to go into another year, and I plan on releasing more content to help others get into a thriving industry and find success sooner than myself. Thank you for reading my journey, but we are far from being done.