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Old 03-18-2004, 10:16 AM
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The Last Piece Of A Huge Puzzle

Today I complete the final stage of the Free Mitch year. I have decided to make a 180 deg turn in my life and here is how it went. My Marriage was a sham so I ended it, my physical condition was a joke so I went to the gym, lost 20lbs and 4 inches and feel much better, I lost my go fast boat during the Marriage so I am buying another, and last, but not least, my job sucked the life out of me and made me a tense and agitated person, I enjoy my field and have been doing it for 19 years, that is not the problem, it was the place I worked Now I am going to Huntington Bank, here in Holland MI, and will be able to use the vast Customer base as a tool for success. I will also be giving up the thankless task of Manager, which in reality paid nothing and required 70% of my time in reports, recruiting, meetings and customer service issues...this leaving me with 30% to earn my living. We work on straight Commission and that is it, so I need to spend 100% of my time on earning a living I start Monday (don't worry ReBarBox, I have you covered) and can still be reached here, at my e-mail or cell 616-886-0077. I am very excited about this and thought I would share this with you. Now I can truly say "the World is my Oyster"
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Old 03-18-2004, 10:20 AM
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I just told my boss now so my access to this computer will end very shortly. I am off for the UP to ride one last time so I will talk to you Monday.
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Congratulations for making some very major life decisons and commitments to change all at one time.
Happiness and contentment is everything.

I was divorced 16 years ago and plan to stay that way.

I tired to change jobs too by getting fired and quitting but it did not work for me. I own the company.

Good luck to you.
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Well done, Good job. Great luck in it all.
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Good for you Mitch! Best wishes and good luck!
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Congrats Mitch!

I already have my next house designed (at least in my head) and I'm sure we will be talking again in a couple years.

Give me a shout when you make it down to LOTO.
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Way to go Mitch !!!!
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Awesome Mitch! Good to hear all the positives. Good luck!
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I too was in a simular situation about 12-13 yrs ago when i was 35-36. So i divorced my wife sold my 2 business. Scarey at the time but it has all turn out great, met a wonderful gal went to work for someone else doing what i had always done but with alot fewer hours and no weekends. Know if i can just convince the new wife to move to LOTO i would quit my job and move in a heart beat.

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