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Ray T Isaacs
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Welfare, Learning to Move Forward

Published on 7/11/2014
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Greetings from my Laptop desk in Hamilton, New Zealand
Thank you for dropping in


Background
August '94 was the most celebrated day in my life. The day of my retirement from defense Army! I was a single dad with 5 dependent children and moving back into civilian life was daunting at the least!

During my time in the green machine I was successful in three Trade changes 1st was Infantryman, 2nd, Military Brass Band, and my last 8 years Education/Welfare corp. Obviously by the end of my service I had developed a few skills. But the most telling success was my time in Welfare! My position in the Welfare corp was one of passion for people and within the military, the soldier, their dependents and civilian staff required much attention and support in ways beyond compare.

In my own challenges being separated from my children and their wonderful mother, the military did not help me one aorta! I had to create and make my own way through many processes. Eventually I became passionate for people who were hurting and who were looking for a way forward and there were many. Even if I could help guide them to outside social services and more, I began to create these welfare opportunities and I soon began to realize my future calling ONCE out of the green machine.

Fast forward today
At my retirement, I had already made up my mind I was NEVER going to work for a Boss EVER AGAIN!

Today, 19 years later, I remain passionate for people! I've never remarried (since my defacto separation in the army (Aug '89), but I took one skill (computer/Internet) with a couple of addons and created an online Part Time biz helping people to move forward re: online Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Earning and Making Money.

Today I love what I do (now as a grand dad living with my baby daughter and my two bossy grand babies) and life is good. As a family we learn heaps and mostly through our daily domestic lifestyle, how we can offer help to others either in our community or across the globe.

How can I Help?
"Seeking Like-Minded Entrepreneurs who are Motivated, Committed and Willing to take Action"

Regards

Ray T Isaacs - Home biz Owner, Freelance Kiwi Musician

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