legacy?As a child, I lived in British Columbia, Canada. I watched my father grow a honey business. And then a granola business with my uncle.
I watched them sell that business to Kellogg’s in the late ’70s for a big profit. My father introduced me to by handing me a copy of .He embodied the idea that good business isn’t about numbers but about people.
When he became an investor in oil and gas, it made sense for us to move to Oklahoma City. It was a big change, but I was used to moving around.Read more on success.com