Sorry to Disappoint You

A memoir of work

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Being a curious thinker, it should have been no surprise to my dad when I asked him what I needed to do to be successful in life. His answer also did not surprise me. Thinking back to the stories that tickled my ears as a child, it was the theme in all their plots. Longevity was the magical ingredient to your work success.

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Occupational Therapist - Consultant — Business Owner- Helping people build skills and reach their goals to live a happy life

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Laura Potter

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Occupational Therapist - Consultant — Business Owner- Helping people build skills and reach their goals to live a happy life

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