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Jack Kovic

Jack Kovic - Signed Articles of Agreement January 8, 2010, 61st Learner

United States Navy

This is my beginning to My Life, My Lineage, My First Paperback Book. I invite you to read my journey as I compose each chapter of the 14 Level Reintegration Program. My success is your success and our community's success. Thank you for your courage and support. To post comments you must register with our community. You can view this outline  I am using to map out my progess. Thank you for your comments, I value them.

  • Saturday, January 09, 2010 22:24 | Jack Kovic

    Jack Kovic

    Business Address: 125 S Main Ave, suite B, Fallbrook CA 92028

    Business Type: Music Store: Jack's Music

    760 723 3249 Studio   760 672 5814 Cell

    (((Please note: I request you to reply to my Blog after you read it)))

    I always like the "Who am I" question. Everyone always goes into what they "Do" to let people know "Who they are."

    I like talking about what I do because it's fun, but that's not who I am. I like the way God puts it. He just says, "I am," and that's it. He's pretty smart, if you think about it. But I am much less than God, so I can't just get away with "I am." I humbly say that, “I am a servant of God, and realizing that, I am a vehicle to continue His work." God's work is to CREATE and LOVE. This works for me, because I LOVE to CREATE. CREATING LOVE is a little trickier, but I'm working on it.

    WHAT I DID:

    Bachelors in Business SIU

    MBA UOP

    10-years Navy Corpsman

    10-Years Financial Advisor

    WHAT I DO:

    Music Store Owner/Musician/Teacher

    Music is great therapy. As a stockbroker, I enjoyed a highly elevated blood pressure of a constant 198 over 160. Realizing this might be my "last" job, I prayed for "More Harmony in My Life." I dreamed that night that I was the conductor for Heaven's Orchestra...millions of musicians performing to my direction. Upon awakening I wondered, "What was that all about?"

    I thought about it and concluded, “I am the conductor of my life. If I want/need more harmony, it's up to me to choose the song; the notes; the tempo, etc." So I let go of the $100,000,000 I was managing and started the music store--five years ago. This job I do now is more in line with who I am. The business of MONEY is all about LOVING MONEY AND USING PEOPLE. I see now that it's the other way around.  So now I am proud to talk about who I am and what I do...because I am co-creating this experience with God and You and Me. In theory, we should all equally benefit.

    I am trying to grow with this blog and if I can contribute to your growth too that would be great.

    NOW RESPOND TO THIS BOG. I am looking forward to seeing what you have to say.

    Jack Kovic 

     

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