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Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out. Robert Collier

Published on 5/19/2017
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Never esteem anything as of advantage to thee that shall make thee break thy word or lose thy self-respect.

 At the age of five, I started wearing my first pair of leg braces along with a pair of crutches to walk with.  Up until five years old I either crawled on my hands and knees or I was carried by my parents.  Getting around with Cerebral Palsy was always a major slow motion, painful time consuming struggle.


Then being enrolled into public education in elementary school was even a bigger struggle keeping up with my classmates wearing braces made of leather and steel from my waist to my shoes.  There was no special education classes, which I was very grateful for.  All I ever wanted was to go to school like all of the normal bodied children, who were my friends and classmates.

 Cerebral Palsy and independent business people are about as similar as a catcher and right fielder in a baseball game.  Each having completely different equipment and skills.  But a catcher and right fielder, in a baseball game also have different skills but they are still playing the same game, following the same rules.


As independent business owners we are in the same game of making a profit at our best skilled levels.  Myself playing with my classmates, we had our different level of skills, just as a baseball catcher and right fielder.  And just as independent business owners, each has their own special skills and positive strengths. 

 It does not matter if you are in a business or want to start a new business all of us need little victories.  What we need is, “little victories, little steps, one at a time in our business victories.”

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