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44 Things That You Don’t Know About Me
I figured some time has passed and by now there are surely 51 more things I can share with you. So, here goes…. I like people, I just really enjoy my own company and solitude. I still remember ballet warm ups from when I took classes as a child and will often do them at the kitchen counter as I wait for the kettle to boil. I will always stand up for myself and get my point across but I loathe arguments, raised voices and drama.
I am me! Who else would I be? Indeed, I am me. Good question. This is not a personal blog about Ken Wert.
When I started the Celebrating Financial Freedom blog and course in , it was very difficult to share anything personal with my readers. I didn't want it to be about me. After all, my story is one that can and has helped a lot of people live a better life financially and spiritually! My aim is to continue that journey with you guys as long as I possibly can. I chose the profession before I started my freshman year of college and stuck with it through 4 years of college and 4 years of dental school.
51 Things You Should Know About Me. The very first blog post I did on here back in was entitled 51 Things You Should Know About Me. I.
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My nickname is Bill and has been since I was My hair is naturally red. During high school, I tap danced my way to teaching qualifications. I thought it would be a good back up career. I have a completely frustrating and uncontrollable blush response. Unfortunately that kinda makes me look stalker-ish too [when I remember those too].