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AT WORK ? FEELING TIRED ON LABOR DAY? MY WORK HISTORY IN SHORT FORM TO CHALLENGE AND ENCOURAGE YOU.


     FOR NOW I JUST BASK IN THE SWEAT EQUITY OF THIS LEGACY.  A STRONG WORK ETHIC ROLE-MODEL  FOR MY FAMILY.       I began working on weekends and summers before I was in elementary school. Not steadily, but whenever we would … Continue reading

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