My interests vary, I mainly like to ride boards, (any kind) play with my kids, and get outside.
I think I like online marketing because I’m a gamer from way back, and I like technology. I’m old enough to remember when pac-man was big and there was no such thing as Sega or Nintendo. My wife thinks that video games are for kids and a waste of time (and she’s probably right) but I think that becoming the Dark Knight (or whoever) and taking out bad guys is a blast. I do get out of the house and do other activities though. I like to get out and play disk golf, regular golf, go hiking, float the river, and do a lot other things when the weather’s good. Actually my favorite thing to do is snowboarding, but skateboarding, wakeboarding, and anything else that involves a board is very high on my list of awesome things to do. Also on that list is playing with my kids and grilling out with friends and family. Oh yeah I also like to throw knives, swing nun-chucks around, and avoid hitting myself with my bo-staff.
Brian Tracy, Jim Rohn, (to be continued)
work harder on yourself than you do on your job. I don't work I am work. (also to be continued)
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For the first 25 years of my life I lived in a small town in northern Idaho. It was a great place to grow up but as I got older I realized that there weren’t that many opportunities in town. As a kid I grew up working for my dad, I helped him put in sewer systems, dig waterlines, pour concrete, fix heavy equipment, or get on the end of a track-hoe bucket 20 plus feet in the air and hang out over the edge and hook something up etc…(aaaaah the good old days).. When I graduated I went to work for a local construction company, I learned a few more construction skills and I was in charge of the smaller concrete projects. I worked for that company for about five years but my dad needed a foreman so I went back to work for him (not a good idea). I worked for my dad for about two years but there was too much tension so I quit and moved to a bigger town, and found another job. When I first moved I went back to work on a construction crew but eventually I found a niche’ installing window coverings (blinds). Now I have a small business installing blinds and shutters. I’ve been working for myself for about four years but even being my own boss wasn’t what I thought it would be. Sometimes it seems like my business owns me and not the other way around. The cool thing is that since I took my network marketing business online it seems like I can accomplish more with less effort and it truly feels like I own my own business.
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