Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises.
December 8, 2006 8:37am CST
If you want to beocme a big industrialist, entrepreneur, or a boss in a firm, it is most of the time realised by starting in a small way. Experiences are stepping stones towards success. Have you experienced this in your life time.
8 Dec 06
i agree with that. i started out in my working life as a waitress...it might not mean a lot to many..but it exposed me to a lot of people and from there, i went into sales industry and it took me 2 years to be promoted from a sales executive to a branch manager. im going to be out of job soon (due to the industry being stagnant) but im sure what lies ahead is bright....
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10 Dec 06
So so true. My original proffession was a Boatswain Mate in the Navy, but after that I did security in dangerous areas. I was highly paid for this danger, but the work was not always satisfying. So after my term, I was no longer allowed to carry weapon in the U.S., so since I like travel I began a business plan for my trucking company. Now I do what I enjoy and get paid for it. I only hope that when I am a big enough company, I will still be able to monitor things and travel.