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Robin Thomas
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Lemonade Stand..

Published on 5/9/2018
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I know with most kids in my age bracket had some sort of self employment going on.

 

Lemonade Stand, mowing lawns, weeding flowerbeds, babysitting,dog walking and other different jobs to make some money..

 

My dad tore old houses down back in the Midwest so @ 9 yrs. old I wanted to make some of my own money.

 

I started talking to people and the hardware store owner made a deal with me .50 cent a pound for square nails.. for a nine year old that was a lot of money back then..

I officialy had a Square Nail Business.

 

See these old houses were built with square nails and I would pull these nails out of the wood my dad would sell. So I took coffee cans and would fill these cans up with straight usable square nails.

 

I would then fill my wagon up and walk to the hardware store twice a month. I made around 20. to 30. dollars for my 40 to 60 lbs. of square nails.

I'm sure you have never heard of a Square Nail Business before..LOL

 

When I turned 10 I added babysitting and mowed a lawn for an elder.

@ 13 & 14 I added the hard labor of de-tasling corn and walking soy beans now days that's

a thing of the past..

 

My 1st real paying job was a janitor for $3.70 hr.. so long ago.

And from there the 90's rolled around and computes came to life

and so did my aspiration to work from home and been doing it ever since.

 

No I do not make  million's of dollars, no I do not have a big fancy house or cars.

(( I'm not a scammer ))

But I love what I do and Do what I love..and earn a decent living doing it..

 

The moral of the story is work hard and you will succeed in what ever you

want to succeed in a  Lemonade Stand or even a Square Nail Business...

 

Have a great day, with much success.

Robin

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