Selling Yourself: The Last Part

The final episode (that I had forgotten about) of my history of jobs before I became an EMT. No more after this, I promise!

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This is the final episode in what has become a seven-part saga relating my experiences in numerous selling jobs. As I come to the end of this part of my history, it has occurred to me that I have now covered on this blog a great deal of my working life; also all three marriages, as well as my day to day life at the moment.

I have commented on countless films, and quite a lot of music, as well as voicing my opinions about world events, domestic politics, and other issues. Almost 330 posts, which I have to look back on, to even remember what I wrote at the time. Am I running out of things to write about? I have lived for sixty-one years, and almost covered that life so far. I will have to hope that this is not the case, and search my memory. I may…

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13 thoughts on “Selling Yourself: The Last Part

    1. I felt so much better once I was doing something worthwhile and putting all that other stuff behind me.
      It aged me too. Before I was 30, I looked 40. 🙂
      Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. I rarely drink mineral water. When I was trying to sell it as a ‘new concept’, I used to agree with the customers who thought it was crazy to pay so much for something that came out of the ground in France.
      But I never told them that of course. 🙂
      Thanks, Pam.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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