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Old 05-26-2010, 03:11 PM   #31
Chuck Kechter
Join Date: Oct 2006
Posts: 103

I do it because I can make money doing something I care about, as opposed to working a job that I can't get into emotionally. No emotion= no commitment (for me).

Also it helps satisfy my "need" to be of service to others (whether volunteering, or whatever), by helping my clients reach their goals. I have done this job for free (and still would), but it is even better get paid for it...
Very Respectfully,
Chuck Kechter

"Who cares if your "deadly art" was originally practiced in a temple in some obscure corner of Bangladesh if an ill-tempered girl scout with 6 months of boxing can knock the hell out of its practitioners?" --Mike Driscoll
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