22 Dec '17, 11pm

Never Give Up! How Tough Times Turned George Verdugo Into a Successful Entrepreneur

1992, Verdugo was already on his second marriage and the father of three children. He wanted a better life for his family and decided it was time to change his ways once and for all. "I wanted to become a corrections officer so I went and took the test for the State of California and I passed it. WOW! But then, during the interview process, I was turned away for not having my high school diploma. So, the next week, determined to get my GED, I went to take that test and again was met with refusal. I was told because of my lack of high school credits I wasn’t eligible to take the test. Somehow I was able to convince them to let me pay the $55 fee and take the test. Six weeks later I received a letter fro the State of California stating I passed the GED exam and I went right in to JUMPING MODE!! ," George declared. "I took the test after being out of high school for nine year...

Full article: http://www.dnjournal.com/cover/2017/december.htm

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