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A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about how failure is necessary to move forward in life.  At the present time, I feel like a bit of a failure.  I’m still in the process of building so I really shouldn’t call it that but I haven’t found the success I’ve set for myself.  I’m talking about the “side hustle” I officially communicated to the public in July of 2015; VNC Image & Leadership.  I’ve had many individuals connect with me to say things like “I love what you’re doing”, “there

Inspired by #firstsevenjobs trending on Twitter, I got thinking about my first few jobs.  Some of them were menial but served the purpose of generating an income to gain purchase power as a teenager. Others were necessary to save for the pursuit of higher education.  Still others just paid the bills. Regardless, every job I had gave me skills and attributes that have molded me into the leader that I am today. 1.  Snack Bar/Gas Attendant My father landed me my very first job.  It was working at a variety store/snack

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