Virgil was stunned. He stammered, “J-Jared, t-this is too much. I have no idea how to manage a company!”
“No one's born knowing how to manage a company. You can always learn.” Jared stuffed the contracts into Virgil's hands and insisted, “Work hard, and I'm looking forward to calling you CEO, Mr. Hancock!”
Virgil's hands shook as he held the valuable contracts. He blushed, overwhelmed with gratitude.
He became absorbed in daydreams of his future life as a CEO.
Virgil was now the envy of every classmate. After all, he had become the CEO of two multimillion companies in the blink of an eye.
Some of them regretted their decision to scorn Jared instead of supporting him, like Virgil, from the beginning.