Happy early Thanksgiving!
I n my family, we will all gather together this Thursday for the traditional feast. One thing in particular that we will enjoy is hearing stories and experiences of the past from my in-laws as well as my mom and dad. Fun filled wisdom that can only come with gray hair.
This issue of Greater Fayetteville Business Journal takes time to reflect on this kind of applied knowledge. We’ve interviewed some retired businesspeople who have pearls of wisdom for all of us. I’m sure you will enjoy reading their answers to our questions in the pages ahead.
That brings me to my own experience of receiving advice and direction. My dad has been a great mentor of mine over the years. His career in electronics and communications spanned over 57 years until his retirement in 2017. An Air Force Veteran and the owner and leader of four different businesses, his advice has been lived, and still rings true to my ears today. Here are some of his words of wisdom.
My dad is still actively living out his faith today. Teaching his family how to grow old and stay on mission. That’s the bottom line!
God bless you and yours!
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