My dad was a college dropout and didn't get his degree until his late 50's.
He bounced around several jobs and never really found himself.
He passed away with thousands of dollars of credit card debt and had two mortgages on a home that originally cost him $7,000.
Many people would view my father as a failure. While he definitely failed at managing his finances, his common sense approach to managing people was spot on.
As a little kid, he would always give me little tips on how to earn the respect of the people around you. It wasn't rocket science.
It was always about doing the “little things” that meant so much. Are you doing the little things?
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