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I was very fortunate because I discovered that I was born to be an entrepreneur when I was 16 years old. I had a job working for the water department for the city of San Francisco. I could not first of all, stand to have to be there at a certain time, etc. Then my job was clerical. That is when I discovered I hate paperwork. Then I flew to Hawaii to live for 5 years. The first job I had there was working for McDonalds. I did not even wait until my first paycheck. I walked out the door one day and said, "never again will I work for another person".
At that age I was still concerned about how to pay the bills since I was on my own but I took the leap of faith. I believed in my heart that I would find a way. I believed that if I lived life on my terms and loved what I did- then it would all work out.
I became a model, opened a design studio, became an actress and traveled to Japan and China. I loved living life on my terms. I then became a wife and mother always starting new businesses, I then became a realtor and still have my license. I opened and owned Tae Kwon Do schools in the 80's and 90's where I became very very successful. I homeschooled all 6 of my children, still homeschooling one more. All of my kids are entrepreneurs except one. I now have a consulting company that coaches and creates SEO, social media, online marketing for realtors. I created a product that I sell online and it is the best training that agents can get in the market right now. It is the best decision I ever made to decide to never work for another person! There are just way too many ideas to start making money with- I have a list longer than I will live to startup!
2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/229965
@greenmountainboy6 exactly, they also lose money for each child not on their roles at public school
5 months, 1 week ago on Could Democrats End Homeschooling?
@Geneww1938 Yes, another reason why I homeschooled 6 children and still am homeschooling my youngest son, and now my granddaughter.
This is why I homeschooled six children all the way to college. I am not homeschooling our miracle baby who is now 10. No way is he ever going to public school!
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@AndrewJStein Ah so true!!! I get that from people too, you are spamming me on Twitter and I am going to unfollow you. Go ahead, unfollow, you were never going to be my client anyways:) Right? The nut cases don't know marketing.
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I am a female member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and we do not practice polygamy. Polygamists are excommunicated from our church. THe media likes to tie them to our church but that is not the truth. We did at one time practice polygamy and that happened to be at a time when women could not vote, did not have rights so when their husbands were killed in the mob attacks and in the Mexican war- there was no one to take care of these women and many times their children- so men who were well to do enough to support more women and children married these women. Also, there were more women than men and in order for the people to have posterity they would need to marry a man who may have more than one wife. Back then you did not have children out of wedlock. When the Saints arrived in Salt Lake Valley Brigham Young exhorted the women to go to college, to become doctors, Utah was the first state that gave women the right to vote.
While we don't practice polygamy many nations do. Not only that but polygamy was practiced in the old testament times and even by the order from God did prophets of old have more than one wife and concubines. So polygamy is not comparable to Sodom and Gomorrah. It is hardly every used for sexual pervasiveness. The women who choose to live in those polygamist marriages, like that show on TV where they followed that one polygamist family- like the support system from the other women.
This woman who wrote this article though is way off base on the lesbian factor. That is not seen in most polygamist families.
1 year ago on First Same-Sex Marriage, Now Polygamy