Monthly Archives: July 2016

July 27th, Wednesday of my discontent

A guy I once worked with said, “You don’t become a salesman as a last resort…you don’t decide to be one when you’ve run outta options. You’re either one or you’re not. You can learn technique, style and all that … Continue reading

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