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A Practical Guide to Honoring Vets on Veterans Day

In 1918, at the close of one of the most horrific wars in modern history, the fighting officially ceased at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. The day became known as Armistice Day around the world. The United States Congress officially recognized the day by making it a national holiday in 1938, but it wasn’t until 1947 in Alabama that a young WW2 veteran named Raymond Weeks called it a “National Veterans Day”.

Planting Seeds of Success in the Lives of Others

I recall the emotion as if it happened only yesterday: the overwhelming pride, the pure joy and the unshakable belief that I had truly helped another human being. Two years ago, I began mentoring a young veteran on how to start a small ecommerce business. Six months ago, he notified me that his online niche t-shirt business was earning just over $100,000 per month in gross sales.

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