Epilogue. . . . .

Well, as expected, I grew tired of this, too. Before I could act on this, a decision was made for me. The company was sold and was going to relocate. I didn’t want to uproot my family (they didn’t want to either). I tried finding a job, but wasn’t successful. There was only one thing to do. Hang up a shingle and go at for myself. I hired a small PR firm to help me get started. It wasn’t long before I had my first client. This client knew other people and I was on my way. This was my first experience with networking, although I didn’t give it that name. I was doing a lot of the things that with which I grew bored, but somehow this was different and fun. As time went by I learned different things (I learned NEVER to say “No, I don’t know how to do that”). I worked longer hours, traveled a lot and started my day earlier than ever. I Love It! MBR Consulting was born.

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