How to love being an introvert - or an extrovert!
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My daughter has been running a candy shop for years, but recently she has really upped her game.
tell my story...
First caller: I have my own company that I have run to varying success. I have recently come up with a business plan that seems too good to be true and have run it by several people who think it's a good idea. The reason why I think it's too good to be true is because it's looking like I could make $1.5 think a day at the low end. The risk is an initial loan of about $100k for machinery and initial tools. I have so far talked to a banker, a machine specialist, and several successful business owners in the family about it. It Stef has time, I would like to run it by him to make sure my head isn't in the clouds.
Second caller (0:33): In one livestream, I asked you a question about how to deal with thoughts of revenge. You gave me great advice, and mentioned the call in. It turns out that the anger and thoughts of revenge towards the father of the girl I wanted to be with are just one part of a larger problem. After the relationship ended, the girl got stuck in my mind for a far longer ...