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Entrepreneurial Whiz, Or Just Another Crazy Old Man?

Aug 8, 2008 9:18 am

Since raising my family gobbled up what little extra money I had early in my life, I never had the resources to learn to play golf very well; plus my lack of patience with a worm and a hook left me a pretty mediocre fisherman. So when I retired at age 58, I decided I was going to do what I knew how to do best: continue working.

Make. Work. Better.

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