A self-made man.
April 29, 2018 5:07am CST
He was born to extreme poverty, didn't have the means to education. He sought work menial way, starting out as a janitor. He ventured as extra in the movies and made a stint in radio broadcast, but he wasn't for that. Then he tried the food chain, where his natural affinity in serving earned him recognition. But his craft was further enhanced when he joined the supermarket. Years of dedication made him the store manager. Fifty-three years of his seventy plus age has given him more than the needed money he desired when he was young. His name is Mr. Kit Satukapo and he hails from Quezon City. The money is not of prime importance, because the zeroes keep pouring each day. What matters is sharing the positive outlook in life with the employees, and the love of his family before he retires at night.
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Rags to riches stories are always fun to hear about. They are especially important for those who tend not to believe that riches can be achieved no matter how hard you strive to reach it. People get rich because they work hard, are good at what they do, always improve themselves, invest wisely and spend frugally, and simply don't stop trying to become richer.
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