“My most memorable lesson would have come around the age of 12. My father had a customer enter his shop and was rather rude as they did not like the price of a part which they wanted to purchase but called it junk and ‘junk should be free!’ My father remained humble and expressed that he had natural overhead expenses of running a business as well as many families that depended on their business to sustain life. He replied, ‘Sorry, things are not free.’ This lady could not understand this but my father at that point showed me that he was not there to just make money he was taking care of those who took care of him.”
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