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Get Back Up: From the Streets to Microsoft Suites

George A Santino, George A. Santino

An Inspiring and Often Humorous Rags-to-Riches Story With rare humor and the instincts of a born storyteller, George A. Santino describes his rise from rags to riches through a series of adventures, which range from opening a sports bar with no walls to cursing out a drill sergeant and battling a hiring manager to get a job that he intended to turn down.

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Publisher: Not available
Publish Date: 06/14/2016
Pages: 344
ISBN-13: 9781626342767
ISBN-10: 1626342768
Language: English

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An Inspiring and Often Humorous Rags-to-Riches Story With rare humor and the instincts of a born storyteller, George A. Santino describes his rise from rags to riches through a series of adventures, which range from opening a sports bar with no walls to cursing out a drill sergeant and battling a hiring manager to get a job that he intended to turn down. Santino's adventures culminate in enjoying a long, successful career with Microsoft, building a family, losing (and regaining) a small fortune along the way, and triumphing over a freak spinal injury. Throughout, Santino shares his perspectives on business and mentorship and stresses, by example, his central lesson: No matter what life throws at you, get back up. George A. Santino has been a fast food manager, life insurance and liquor salesman, shoe repair owner, real estate investor, software engineering manager, recording artist, and Microsoft partner. Most recently, he has worked as a professional speaker and author. Get Back Up is his first book. Contributing author M. J. Beaufrand lives in Seattle with her husband and two children. She is the author of the young adult novels Primavera, The Rise and Fall of the Gallivanters, and Dark River, the latter of which was a finalist for the Edgar Awards.

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