One thing that I always live by is don’t sell myself short or anyone else. I have always lived with the credence that if you say I can’t do something, I will prove you wrong.

In this day and age, every day can be an intense struggle. You have to be well organized and be a step ahead of your competition. We live in such a fast-paced world that you must really work at staying ahead of the game.

Now that my life will be changing big time, I am looking forward to a less stressful and hectic day-to-day grind.

Listen, I really thrive on hard work, but sometimes in a person’s life, they need to step back and smell the coffee. I have been put in situations many times in my life when people doubted me in one capacity or another. Almost every time I have proved those people wrong. It’s almost impossible to do this every time, but I have always really tried to find out how to complete the circle.

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Hall of Fame shortstop and former captain of the New York Yankees, Derek Jeter, said, ”I love it when people doubt me. It makes me work harder to prove them wrong.” I burned that into my brain many years ago. Long before Jeter was even a Yankee.

People doubt people all of the time. But let me give you a piece of advice: don’t. When you start doubting people for whatever reason, you will get cut at the knees. I pride myself on proving people wrong, and it’s my incentive to perform well and learn new skills. Don’t ever doubt me or anyone else.

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