I am a medically retired veteran with a desire to succeed! I have started a job as a Licensed Insurance Producer and I am seeking licensing in all 50 States.
My entire life I have worked hard for what I have. I have worked rebar fabrication, construction and 11 years Active Duty Army as a mechanic. I injured my hip a few years ago and have had one unsuccessful surgery, and pending another surgery in my future. With my current situation, everything I have known how to do I can no longer perform physically anymore. Job placement is difficult for me as I cannot crouch, bend, stand for long periods of time or lift things like I uses to. My benefits pay the bills now that we only have one vehicle, but sometimes we still fall short. I dont have the funds to purchase my licensing and appointment for additional states at this time. And because I did a voluntary repossession of our second vehicle, credit is not good enough to receive a personal loan to cover the cost of licensing. And now that I pay for my families health coverage I cannot afford a loan anyway.
My desire to succeed is for my family and myself. Its for my family because my three girls and wife have only ever know living paycheck to paycheck. I finally found something that has the potential to put money into savings and eventually be able to afford not to rent a home. And my desire for me is because it breaks my heart every time my oldest daughter asks for a $15 doll, I have to tell her to wait for Christmas or her birthday because I wonder if i will be able to buy food or gas later. Or how it seems everyone can save for a Vacation and I have never taken my family on one. I desire to succeed for them! So for once in their lives they can feel like their friends and other family. But I am held short right now by my ability to expand my reach to other states.
I am asking for help so I can get licensed in the rest of the States. Whom ever helps me just know you will be forever in my heart, and you will have provided me something that would have take me years to achieve on my own. Though my daughters will not understand now. They will know about who helped them later in life.