My week just got better!!!

Discussion in 'Work at Home Dads' started by Aspire, May 10, 2008.

  1. Aspire

    Aspire New Member

    I have mixed emotions at the moment...

    My 16 year old daughter has just quit her job at national Pizza store.

    She had excelled in learning the ropes and had climbed their ladder to sub management at her tender age - I am very proud of her.

    What doesn't make sense to me is the logic she used for quitting after winning all the recognition from upper management as being super productive and winning every competition and award they ever offered on a national basis.

    Fair enough, when she works for corporate and contributes to the success of the store in a big way, why should she quit when they decide to sell the store to a franchise. Surely she is a valuable asset and will be appreciated by the new manager?

    On the other side of the coin, with her quitting, I now have an extra 21 hours a week that I do not have to drive her to work. My life suddenly improved, and my business growth is also improved.

    She is now showing interest in doing a business course - Maybe fate is giving a helping hand here.
     
  2. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    Aspire: She is now showing interest in doing a business course - Maybe fate is giving a helping hand here.

    You are blessed to have a daughter with such ambition...I just wish I could have found network marketing at a young age like that!

    Our 19 yr old son is looking at doing network marketing as well - he has been in construction since he was 14 and is thinking he might want to use his brains rather than his brawn...[​IMG]
     
  3. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    She can earn online, there are many teenager who make money with their websites
     
  4. Twrestler07

    Twrestler07 New Member

    since i turned 16 ( i'm now 20) i've been working a really stressful and difficult job. i am in the upper echelons of this small business but i am ready to start making money with my head instead of my muscle.
    moral of the story is i'm glad to have bought into the internet's opportunities
     

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