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PAR_Stories - To: Rick Murdock From: Tyler Clark RE: PAR...

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To: Rick Murdock From: Tyler Clark RE: PAR STORIES ONE-THREE The following stories are stories that show (a) creativity, (b) persistent, and (c) personality; attributes that would be marketable to Franklin Covey. Creativity: “Light- stop-lemonade stand” Throughout my life I have shown my creativity by doing things that no one else had ever thought of. One experience comes to mind of when I was a small boy and wanted to earn some extra money. As I thought about how to do this the common practice of lemonade stand came to my mind. However, this was a tedious job, with few to none whom would stop and buy lemonade. I began to brain storm and came up with a way of maximizing convenience for the costumer to buy our product. I recruited a smaller boy with dimples and a smile that had permitted him to get anything we wanted. We Went down to 9 th street in Provo Utah, and as cars stopped at the extra wait of the stoplight; I would send him out selling lemonade car to car as I would fill up the cups. I had timed out the wait so as to give the
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2011 for the course MANEC 387 taught by Professor Crawford,l during the Spring '08 term at BYU.

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