A little bit about me
Born in Utica, New York.
Raised in Rochester, New York.
I set up my first home based business a Kool-Aid stand. I didn’t have enough traffic to make a big profit.
Later I had two newspaper routes the Democrat and Chronicle in the morning and, the Times Union in the evening.
I remember one morning in winter when I slipped on ice with two full bags of newspapers
it seemed like I would be stuck there forever. I finally got back on my feet.
Kind of like Internet Marketing everything is fine till it seems like you’re stuck.
How to get up again? Persistent and steady action and voila you are back in business.
mowing lawns, anything I found that I could get paid for.
I was attending Burger Junior High School in Henrietta, N.Y.
I went to Agostinelli Grocery Store for a stock boy position. Pat Deguiseppi told me that He only hired girls.
My Father told me if I really wanted a job to go back every day for a month asking for the job and I would get that job.
So every day I asked Pat again, I got the job. Lesson: Do not give up you will make it BIG, and earn commissions working from home.
One winter day in Henrietta I was standing on a mountain of ice and snow in our driveway with an ice pick chipping away when the city plow came by, the driver instructed me to get down and he cleared our drive. My Father came out could not believe his eyes; I was sweeping the black top. Another great lesson: don’t let anything stop you and you will get the help you need.