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I Was Fired By The Person I Hired

The only resemblance to a diamond my next call had was that it was hard.

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It was a slow day at my small investment firm. When I say small I’m not exaggerating. The company consisted of a receptionist, a trainee, my friend and colleague Brooks and I. I brought Brooks in almost a year ago when I expanded into selling mutual funds from just owning and managing…




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Brian Dickens Barrabee

Brian Dickens Barrabee

Involved in life and writes stories about the experience, Consistently Medium Top Writer: Sports, Humor, Parenting. His book: Confessions of a Real Estate Man.

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