I started selling cars in 1977. Don't hold that against me because right from the start, even though I worked with some really "bad guys", I decided to be one of the "good guys", i. E. doing business with complete honesty. After a successful career in sales and management, 4 1/2 years ago a motorcycle crash changed my life instantly and forever. Now, after several surgeries I live with chronic pain(sometimes I can barely pull on my socks), but I am so fortunate to be up and around, and realize that it could be much, much worse. I truly thank God for that.
Now at 69 I am searching for how to supplement my retirement by working from home. I am not very tech-savvy but am motivated to make this work.