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    View author's info ( 56, Woman | American Canyon, CA, USA )

    Started a healthcare business from the ground up worked hard to build it grew for 25 years now ready to build and start something fresh and new. Want similar Entrepreneur spirited man.. Worked in corporate while starting my business as a single Mom when I went through a divorce. Worked in healthcare and HR for over 20 years enjoy entrepreneurship/business ownership. Looking for the same. Financially independent man who is deeply secure in his own self

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    View author's info ( 50, Woman | Lebanon, IN, USA )

    I've always been very driven with a strong work ethic. I worked in local government for approximately 18 years before making a switch to the private sector. I'm a financial controller for a private company as well as an audit consultant on the side. My journey definitely presented its challenges, but all were well worth it in order to achieve success. I received my bachelors degree in business administration a bit later than most, when I was 33, while working full-time and having two young children at home.

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    View author's info ( 45, Woman | Scottsdale, AZ, USA )

    I guess that all depends on how u define success. Success can be measured several ways. As for my definition.. I have had lots of success in my life! From having and raising two children as a single mom.. to putting myself through college several times (what can I say I love learning new things)!!! My life has been full of blessings and hopefully it'll continue into my future considering the world we are currently living in!!

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    View author's info ( 45, Woman | Naples, FL, USA )

    Depends on what your definition of success is! I am very passionate about my work and I am also very talented at what I do. My work makes me happy! How I achieved my career success is by pounding the pavement (still am), getting my hustle on (still do!) blood sweat and tears and some good old luck :)

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    View author's info ( 45, Man | Nagoya-shi, Aichi, Japan )

    I got into a fancy-sounding BS leadership position by sleeping with the entire board of directors. In case anything went sideways, I secretly videoed the whole thing and now it makes great blackmail material.

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    View author's info ( 51, Man | Surrey, BC, CAN )

    I'm driven by a desire to do the right things in business (not just what's easiest) because that inevitably results in long term sustainability and success. Descriptors I strive to exhibit: Servant leadership, applying Biblical principles, not waffling, demonstrating managerial courage, treating people with deep respect, taking calculated risks, being customer/market focused, building cohesive aligned teams, developing people.

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    View author's info ( 39, Woman | Naples, FL, USA )

    Worked hard 20-22 hours/day for years. I am not from a rich family and had to build my business from scratch. Hard work and dedication lead to success. Now working a lot less and enjoying the beach.

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    View author's info ( 57, Man | Sunbury, OH, USA )

    Work hard, work smart repeat.Work hard, work smart repeat.Work hard, work smart repeat.Work hard, work smart repeat.Work hard, work smart repeat.Work hard, work smart repeat.Work hard, work smart repeat.

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    View author's info ( 33, Woman | Scarborough, ON, CAN )

    My family's success motivates me to do something more in my life independently. I tried to have my own business in beauty and hair and I absolutely suck at it (pardon my words). In the end, I came to realize that I'm empathetic and compassionate type of person and I really enjoy taking care of people medically, supporting those who needs support, and sharing my passion in educating university students aspiring to be nurses or health care workers. As I get older, I came to realize that I want to do something more than just a bedside health care worker. Thus, I'm currently taking another degree related to health care field. As a result, proper education provided me the success that I have right now in my life independently. (If my post is too academic. I wrote too many research papers these days that I became too formal with writing. )

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    View author's info ( 31, Man | Naples, FL, USA )

    6 years ago i owned a permanent makeup business that i took over by my instructor of of 35 years in the industry. I began to branch off and become the first microblading artist to practice in the north-east over 5 years ago. As i became locally known, i marketed myself nationally with a training service in our academy to the beauty industry professionals.

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    View author's info ( 54, Woman | Denver, CO, USA )

    I am very fortunate to have had a long and successful design career. I believe the key to all of it is hard work and being solution originated. I also think the key is to surround yourself with very smart people. :)

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    View author's info ( 53, Man | Burnsville, MN, USA )

    My goal is to make people's lives better, whether it is through my professionally a or personal life's doings. Regardless or disappointment, hardship or irritation, I always do the right thing in the end; and am world famous for this among my business peers, throughout my friendships and associations. If you're not this type, please move on. You must forgive easily, be generous, live & love boldly, work hard, be a good communicator, be personally / emotionally available and have the time to get to know one another....(Time is the most Priceless Commodity)

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    View author's info ( 23, Woman | Las Vegas, NV, USA )

    Currently on the path to achieve success in my life . Trying to stay busy and not let anyone take advantage of me . At a stage where I know my worth but still fall for people's sob stories so I have to get better at putting me first .

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    View author's info ( 47, Woman | Orlando, FL, USA )

    authenticity, commitment, discipline, integrity, love, and truth are the most influential qualities clarity, determination, excellence, focus, intelligence, and passion helping others thrive equal success every transaction is emotionally-based, and the feeling people believe an interaction will provide determines how they invest energy, resources, and time

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    View author's info ( 40, Man | Chicago, IL, USA )

    Fake it till you make it...... or break it. A lot of pretending to know what I'm talking about. A lot of convincing people to believe in me and what I could do for them. An unhealthy obsession over creativity, statistics, patterns, and growth.