I have always been a self-starter, the independent sort that cares about to beginning a business, build it up, then sell it so that I can move on to another. As a kid, I used to walk the neighbor’s cats as well as was easily able to sell our client list a year later. While I was in university, I made money by collecting bottles as well as cans from everybody in our dorm, taking them to the bottle return arena down the road. Last year I opened a gym in an fancy suburb as well as had no problem getting business. The location was perfect, I found a partner to help finance the equipment, as well as our splashy promotionals easily drew people to the site. The rented space already had a current heating as well as cooling system, so all that I needed to do was decide at what temperature to set the thermostat in the strange rooms. Each room had its own separate thermostat so that the heating as well as cooling could be set as separate zones. The way I looked at it, the people who signed up for the aerobic exercise classes wanted fast results. I convinced their professors to tell their students that by setting the thermostat to seventy-nine degrees, their sweat would lead to fast weight loss. In the weight lifting room, I had the thermostat set much cooler, only sixty-seven degrees. I wanted weightlifters to want to job out longer, as well as a cool room would encourage that. Finally, in the yoga room, I set the temperature at an even seventy degrees. After all, those folks wanted to focus on their exercise without thinking that they were too moderate or too cold.