I grew up and went to school in Champion, Ohio.
I wasn’t an athletic kid at all.
Actually, I was one of the kids to be picked last when it came to choosing sides for games at recess or gym class.
I didn’t get good grades. I think that was because I just wasn’t a very good test taker.
In High School I was into partying, playing drums and chasing girls.
I really didn’t like school too much because I didn’t like being told what to do.
My very first job was working after school at R.D. Banks Cheverolet in Champion.
It was just down the road from school so it was pretty convenient.
I would sweep floors, take out trash and clean up the shop.
I eventually started working in the new and used car department detaining car and later on I worked in the parts department.
One day a friend called me up at work and told me he was moving to Fort Lauderdale, Florida and wanted to know if I wanted to come along.
After talking with my friends at work I decided to go. After all, if things didn’t work out I knew I could always get my job back.
Plus, I was tired of the cold Ohio Winters and loved the thought of living near the ocean and never having to shovel snow or drive on icy roads again.
So, off I went to Florida and spent the next 23 years there.
Here is a list of some of the jobs I had.
My first job was working at Penrod’s on the Beach.
This was a seasonal job during Spring Break.
It got pretty crazy at times.
Some of my other jobs were…
- Delivery driver
- Drywall stocker
- Day Labor
- Warehouse worker
- Forklift Operator
- Maintenance Mechanic
While working at a Rehab Hospital as a Maintenance Mechanic I was talking with a guy who told me he was going to school to become a Surgical Technologist.
I had no idea what that was so I looked into it.
I didn’t know that you could go to school and learn how to become part of an operating room team.
I checked out the school and decided to enroll and I ended up graduating 2nd in my class.
It was exciting learning all the different surgical procedures and I did enjoy it in the beginning. I worked at a lot of different surgery centers and hospitals in South Florida.
Here are a few of my ID badges. I have no idea why I kept them, but I though I’d share them with you.
I was offered a position with a group of Orthopedic physicians as their private Surgical Technologist and then as a Clinical Preceptor for Sanford Brown Institute of technology.
After many years working as a Surgical Technologist I finally reach a point where I was totally burnt out and I needed to make a change.
I was tired of getting up at 5am, driving in traffic, dealing with lazy-ass coworkers, grouchy doctors, 2% to 3% pay raises, and all the hospital politics.
Plus the fact that my wife and I didn’t want to put our son Chase in daycare.
I have always been an Entrepreneur at heart so I decided to take action and find a way to replace my income.
The only thing I could find that would provide the opportunity to generate the income I was looking for, while at the same time give me the flexibility to pursue it, would have to be Internet based and that’s what I’ve been doing ever since. I’ve been bless with making 5K in one day.
Every day more and more people are turning to the Internet for a way to make more money or replace the income from a job.
I now enjoy the time freedom to do what I want when I want.
I take my son to school in the morning and pick him up in the afternoon and I have a passion for teaching and helping people generate income online.
Look, the Internet gives you the ability to generate income from the comfort of your computer.
You can start part-time and go from there.
The question you want to ask yourself is “how much longer am I going do I want to continue busting my ass for someone else?”
Imagine what you would REALLY love to do if you had the money part taken care of.
You deserve to live life to the fullest!
Here’s an options that will work for you.
Feel free to call or text me.
~ Jeff 713-703-9115