The Underdog With A Imaginative And Prescient

Starting out young and having lots of little jobs, whether it’s working for the town delivering papers, pumping gas, working in an Italian restaurant, pushing shopping carts at Finast Supermarket.
He won out because he gave customers what they wanted, and the business was successful enough to pay for his college education.
The jobs he had as a teenager set the stage for the rest of his life as a highly successful salesperson.
Aged 11 he had a newspaper route and more than doubled his customers by delivering the papers exactly how people wanted them.
He got paid around $2.30 an hour, and took on extra jobs as a handyman and as a waiter at a fancy Italian restaurant.

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