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Thursday, July 04, 2013 19:51 | Luis Casillas

Community,

I’m excited about sharing a new chapter of my life with this community. Your comments have demonstrated your willingness to give your most precious resource and I will be forever thankful. I have been fortunate enough to accomplish several goals in life. I will keep my goal simple and one that will benefit all of us.    

Luis

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  • Friday, July 05, 2013 12:52 | Ruby Pena
    Thanks for inviting me to learn about and be part of the your journey.
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    • Friday, July 05, 2013 13:30 | Luis Casillas
      Ruby,

      You just volunteered your most precious resource and the pleasure is mine, I look forward to your, comments, questions, and concerns. Feel free to invite others to join us in our mission to end Veteran homelessness and have fun while we do! Our prerogative is the community.

      Our community focus will be the key to end Veteran homelessness. By building awareness in our community about the benefit of having Veterans a part of this community we will effectively end Veteran Homelessness.

      Unlike many not-for profit organizations, we are made up of 100% volunteers. We are not paying out six figure salaries which dilutes the meaning of a not-for profit. Our 3,584 online community members continues to grow a long with the knowledge about our Veteran culture.

      We are a very unique group of individuals with invaluable skills.


      Luis
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  • Friday, July 05, 2013 21:20 | Luis Casillas
    I have a few questions for the community!

    What's the point of a college degree? 38 percent of those with college degrees, 2010 graduates, work jobs that did not require a high school diploma (McGuinness, 2013). How is this suppose to boost the economy?

    Brown & Haughwout & Lee & Mabutas & Van der Klaauw (2012), stated, "The Outstanding student loan balance now stands at about $870 billion...With college enrollments increasing and the cost of attendance rising, this balance is expected to continue its upward trend." How is this suppose to decrease our deficit?

    McGuiness (2012), States that President Obama administration's goal is to boost the country's college graduation rate to 60% by 2020; awesome, but the jobs requiring that education is expected to grow by less than 7 million? How is that going to benefit our economy?

    Luis





    Reference

    Brown, M. & Haughwout, A. & Lee, D. & Mabutas, M. & Van der Klaauw, W.(2012). Grading student loans. Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Retrieved July 5, 2013, from http://libertystreeteconomics.newyorkfed.org/2012/03/grading-student-loans.html

    McGuinness, W. (2013). Half of recent college grads work jobs that don't require a degree: report. Huff post business. Retrieved July 5, 2013, from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/29/underemployed-overeducated_n_2568203.html
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    • Wednesday, August 14, 2013 08:06 | jonathan lara
      What's the point of a college degree- A college degree is just a piece of paper that says that you have demonstrated a very basic understanding of an area of study. Let’s look at a Bachelor’s Degree vs. Military Experience and why most employers believe one is of less value than the other. Employers believe that a person with a four year degree has an ability to manage time and to multitask, has Communication skills, has Analytical skills, has Perseverance, and has Knowledge in a specific area that equates to 8-16 weeks of actual experience in that area of study if they had internships. What most employers fail to recognize is that an enlisted veteran who served a four year contract has the same traits only to the tenth power. Experience– completing an enlistment means that you have spent between 2-12 concentrated months learning how to perform a particular occupation (law enforcement, satellite communications, administration, etc.) and that you have performed it well enough for the 2-3 years that followed the training to maintain employment. If the person performed that job particularly well there would be evidence of promotions and awards. Perseverance- Committing to a goal and succeeding. Basic training (“boot camp”) is hard. Drill sergeants are in your face every second of every day breaking you down in order to build you back up. For those that survive boot camp, actual military service runs them ragged, with training, exercises, deployments and long hours. Joining the military is voluntary, and by enlisting a person signs a contract. Come hell or high water, most people who join complete their contract because it is their personal goal to serve their country honorably in whatever capacity they can. Choosing to serve in the military is choosing a tough lifestyle, and these volunteers could have made other, perhaps easier, choices. Analytical skills – many hours are spent on deployments in chaotic situations, gathering information, comparing data, discussing the meaning and implications of what has been gathered and how it could impact other situations. When their analysis is correct military members achieve their goals and when they are incorrect people could die. Communication skills – Staff work in the military requires that you write papers explaining your understanding of complex real-life situations and making well thought out arguments for a course of action. Staff work also involves writing policy papers and synthesizing complex subject matter into charts, graphs or presentations to be briefed to senior leaders. Even the most junior enlisted member has been asked at least once to orally brief a senior leader. Many of them do it as a matter of routine, given the number of inspections and command visits a unit receives. An ability to manage time and to multitask – in addition to doing the requirements of your job in the military, there is no shortage of administrative tasks, “no notice” tasking’s, and things that just don’t go the way they were planned to contend with on a daily basis. The military runs on a “no excuses” mentality, so service members are expected to deal with the situation as presented, figure out how to adapt to and/or overcome road blocks, and achieve the goal. So, when you break it down like that, can you see how 3-6 years of military experience provides much if not all of the true value (as expressed by the employers themselves) of a 4 year degree.
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      • Sunday, August 25, 2013 21:47 | Luis Casillas
        Jonathan,

        Military service is a great school, if you will. The experience and professional values earned in the service may not be emulated by any other institution. By completing a college education to refine our, earned, skills, we become that much more of an asset to our communities.

        As Veterans we were forged with the skills required to be successful business owners. Our selfless service has been a journey full of great treasures. One of those treasures is Public Law 106-50; the law states, "the Government-wide goal for participation by small business concerns owned and controlled by service-disabled veterans shall be established at not less than 3 percent of the total value of all prime contract and subcontract awards for each fiscal year." With these kinds of treasures our self less service is worth every minute of it. It is up to us to keep refining our skills.

        Training never ends in the service, and that mentality will keep us on top of our game in the civilian world. In order to keep abreast our evolving professions, we must continue our education. Let's continue our quest for hidden treasures.

        Luis
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  • Sunday, July 07, 2013 17:33 | David Rabb
    Luis,

    I really enjoyed talking to you about the myriad of pressing issues affecting young veterans.
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    • Sunday, August 25, 2013 21:52 | Luis Casillas
      David,

      There are many issues affecting not only our veterans, but our community as a whole. In order to best mitigate these issues we must connect an figure out strategic solutions. How are you doing in your quest for success?

      Luis
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  • Monday, July 08, 2013 16:48 | Marisela Magaña
    Greetings,

    I am stopping by to show support along your path to success. Please feel free to contact the office of Congressman Mark Takanowith any questions or concerns. I wish you the best of luck!
    -Marisela M.
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    • Monday, July 08, 2013 18:51 | Luis Casillas
      Marisela,

      I thank you for you time and support. My tour in Iraq taught me the value of scarce resources. You have given, our cause and my self, 5 minuets of your time, a resource worth a fortune.

      I encourage you to invite others to give their 5 minutes. 5 minuets is all it takes to make a difference in our organization. Thanks to your 5 minuets, I am one step closer to reaching my goal.

      Luis
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  • Tuesday, July 09, 2013 17:22 | Karen Hunny
    thank you for inviting me to your blog.
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    • Thursday, July 11, 2013 13:01 | Luis Casillas
      Karen,

      Thank you for your post.

      Simper Fi!
      Luis
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  • Sunday, July 14, 2013 13:04 | Luis Casillas
    Community,

    Here’s some food for thought for those entrepreneurs. According to Internet World Stats (June 30, 2012), 78.6% of Americans use the internet. Ipsos media, Oct 2011, presented the stat which states, “ages 18 to 29, spend more than 40 hours a week online, essentially a full-time job” (NewMedia TrendWatch, June 29, 2013). Where should your business be?

    Continued Success,
    Luis

    Reference

    NewMedia TrendWatch. (June 29, 2013). Demographics. Retrieved July 14, 2013, from http://www.newmediatrendwatch.com/markets-by-country/17-usa/123-demographics

    Internet World Stats. (June 30, 2012). Internet users in the Americas June 30, 2012 – by geographic regions. Retrieved July 14, 2013, from http://www.internetworldstats.com/stats2.htm#americas
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  • Friday, July 19, 2013 10:48 | larry pacheco
    a veteran memorial would be a good thing it has always been on my mind I think about it day after day and it would be a good way for the city of PERRIS meaning the people of PERRIS to honor the veteran that lost they life over seas
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    • Friday, July 19, 2013 14:37 | Luis Casillas
      Larry,

      As the Volunteer Secretary for Southwest Veterans' Business Resource Center, one of my goals is to serve my community. By listening to the needs of our community, I will fine tune my approach.

      In order for us to get an idea of where you're at, in the planing process, please share some details with us.

      Is this going to be a memorial for all Veterans or a specific era of Veterans?

      Is this an individual project or do you have a team?

      Who's funding the memorial?

      Simper Fi!
      Luis
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  • Wednesday, July 24, 2013 10:22 | larry pacheco
    I have 11 veteran names that are decease how do I put they names on the veteran list Larry Pacheco
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    • Monday, July 29, 2013 11:38 | Luis Casillas
      Larry,

      I'm glad you bring this up and demonstrate your concern to honor our veterans. I invite you to make the time to come into our center and begin the process. Feel free to contact me to set up a time.

      Luis
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  • Friday, August 02, 2013 14:50 | Luis Casillas
    Community,

    My Journey has brought me to the Southwest Veterans’ Business Resource Center. My past six months at the center has enhanced my knowledge and professional development. It has facilitated a great deal of information which has unlocked a wealth of resources. I was recently awarded a grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation and the national Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) operated by the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University (IVMF), which paid for my travel, lodging and registration for the 2013 National Veterans Small Business Conference and Expo, St. Louis, MO.

    Stay connected for details.

    Luis
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    • Tuesday, August 06, 2013 20:31 | Luis Casillas
      The first day at the 2013 National Veterans Small Conference and Expo, St. Louis, MO, “Adapt and Overcome, Marine”

      I was up at 5 am, sharp, ready to take on the Conference. Before I made my way to the conference, I registered my Poken and constructed my agenda, on the VGP website, I was set. The Poken is a USB compatible device, which allows me to exchange contact information with others in the Conference. The VGP (VetGovPartner) website is where attendees plan out their schedule, for the event. I arrive a few minutes early in order to get a good seat at my first class.

      I’m pumped up, I got everything down and I know where I’m headed; I ran a few scripts in my head, which included my intro and what we do, I was gold. I arrived to my first class room and it was empty, most likely because I was early, but what struck me as strange was the sign outside said something like, “Advantages to hiring Veterans,” great, but not the class I registered for. So, I made my way to the help desk and found a line full of folks with similar issues. While I was waiting in line, I’m eavesdropping on the complaints of folks around me.

      At that point, I went back to a concept from my orientation, which defines that opportunity may arise from a negative event. So using the common ground of the issues encountered, I was able to break the ice and network with those around me. After the folks at the help desk informed me that all the classes were moved around, I searched for classes based on the signage.

      After sitting through one class, I realized that the best value was going to come from creating relationships. For tomorrow, I will change my approach. I’m not going to worry about registering for any class, instead, I will listen more than I speak. My intro will not be longer than my name and I will seek to learn more about those around me.

      The Intern,
      Luis
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  • Friday, August 23, 2013 16:11 | Daniel Carrera
    Luis, first of all I want to thank you for extending this opportunity to post on your blog.

    I am a Marine veteran and served my country honorably during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. During my military service I've had the honor to serve with many respectful and honorable individuals. Now that I am transitioning back to the civilian sector I again find myself looking to serve my community with respectful and honorable individuals.

    Luis, I am glad that we can work together to better serve our community.

    Oorah,
    Daniel Carrera
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    • Sunday, August 25, 2013 22:12 | Luis Casillas
      Rah! Marine,

      Welcome to our community and thank you for your service. You will find that your skills are what our community needs to continue to thrive. Every day spent in this community is a day full of knowledge. By harvesting this knowledge you will, gradually, obtain fruition.

      Simper Fi!
      Luis
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  • Thursday, September 12, 2013 15:16 | Calib Miller
    Luis,

    Thank you for the invitation to write on your blog today!

    I appreciate the earnest nature of your efforts at the Southwest Veterans Business Resource Center and hope to become an asset in future events as I look toward uncovering my own path.

    -CM
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    • Monday, September 23, 2013 07:33 | Luis Casillas
      Calib,

      Thank you for your service and the time you volunteered to help a fellow Veteran. The Learner program has helped me define my path and I encourage you to join me in this journey. By doing so, you will find that you have everything you need to succeed at your finger tips.

      Luis
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  • Sunday, September 22, 2013 20:45 | allan enrique villatoro cruz
    hola luis muchas gracias por invitarme lo felicito por tener esas metas establecidas y por mantener ese deceo de cumplirlas y gracias por mantener sus objetivos y el deceo de ayudar es algo muy valioso y da mucho que hablar de una persona ojala sus metas se cumplan y todo le salga bien siga adelante exito en todo....
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    • Monday, September 23, 2013 07:40 | Luis Casillas
      Allan,

      Gracias por tomar el tiempo de apoyar me en mi camino. Su comentarion me a avansado en el cumplimiento de mis metas. Como le va en su negocio? E visto varias fotographias de usdt y es evidente que a encontrado su talento. Tiene una pagina web que prodra compartir con nosotros?

      Luis
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  • Sunday, September 29, 2013 11:06 | Laurel Ho
    Hello I am one of the Founding Members that have been AWOL from this blog for a while. Dropping in to say hello and wish you well on your journey! By now u must be well on your way. All the best to you!
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    • Monday, September 30, 2013 12:00 | Luis Casillas
      Laurel,

      I have had an amazing journey as a Learner. One of my goals is to assist our communities, by building our economy. So far, I have aided one female in creating her a revenue driver. It is a pleasure to read your comments and thank you for your thoughts; stay connected, and feel free to invite others to engage. Will you be joining us at our Small Business Summit, Nov 12?

      Stay connected!
      Luis
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  • Thursday, October 03, 2013 12:29 | Jose Ramirez
    If you follow your goals your next chapter in life can lead you to achieving many new things. I have the upmost faith that you will follow through with your plans.
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    • Monday, October 07, 2013 09:24 | Luis Casillas
      Jose,

      Thank you for your service, time, and thoughts. We all should have goals which measure our ability to complete our objectives. Whether our goals are personal, professional, and/or educational, we should always strive to complete them. Since we were kids we have always been given goals to reach; the great thing of adult hood, and America, is that we are given the opportunity to set our own goals.

      I look forward to continue our mission and make a difference in our community.

      Feel free to invite others to join the fun.

      Semper Fi!
      Luis Casillas
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  • Friday, October 11, 2013 10:17 | Oscar Cortez
    Thanks for the inviting me over to swvbrc, I hope the our new relationship will be a good one. I am looking forward to working with you guys soon.
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    • Monday, October 21, 2013 12:13 | Luis Casillas
      Oscar,
      There are no bad relationships. We are constantly learning from our relationships and our ability to learn, unlearn and relearn will keep us ahead of the game. You will find, as a member of the SWVBRC, a variety of information what you do with it is completely up to you. If you ever need a second opinion feel free to connect.

      Luis Casillas
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  • Saturday, October 19, 2013 12:25 | Christian Ochoa
    Luis has inspired me to further my education after my 8 year run in the united states army as an infantryman. I have known Luis for over 11 years and his dedication to his family and overall love for life always has and always will inspire me as I hope he inspires all of you. I am proud to call him my friend as well as a fellow vet.
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    • Monday, October 21, 2013 12:20 | Luis Casillas
      Christian,

      Thank you for your service and your thoughts. As Veterans, we understand what it means to serve our country. I’m glad I was able to be a part of your transition to civilian life. Feel free to send others to our doors so that we may share the key of information.

      An old friend,
      Luis Casillas
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  • Monday, October 21, 2013 12:39 | Luis Casillas
    Community,

    As I draw closer to the end of this chapter it has given me great pleasure to be that my closer to the completion of my goal. I have made new connections and rekindled old ones. With these connections we have and will continue to share information, that has made an impact in our lives.

    I hope to continue our hunt for hidden treasures at our November 12, 2013 3rd Annual Small Business Summit. To register go to TheVeteranForce.org.

    Luis Casillas
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  • Thursday, November 14, 2013 14:30 | Sigrid Gilbert
    I am so impressed by the way you interact with other people as I read through your blog. So glad to know you are seriously working through the SWVBRC steps with Al.
    You are bright and intellectually curious, you challenge so you can learn, but are respectful to those who respond to you. You are not afraid to speak your mind which you do with passion and clarity and seem highly motivated. I was particularly interested in your exchange with Jonathan Lara, who presents quite a case regarding college. What is interesting is that with the qualities you project, there are many jobs such as a paralegal, middle school or high school counseling in schools with Spanish speakers (a lot here in Austin where that second language is gold), for example, requiring certification of some sort on top of your intellectual strength, impressive personal qualities, and military experience. But you are absolutely right about there being no better training than what you received in the USMC for so many positions. Whatever you do, it appears you are always going to be interested in a challenge,
    and eventually head some sort of team. Can't wait to hear about your next steps.
    Sigrid
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    • Thursday, November 14, 2013 19:36 | Luis Casillas
      Sigrid,

      Thank you for your thought full response. As you may know Albert, he likes to challenge folks and help them reach their fullest potential, and I have been up for the Learner challenge. Thus far I’ve learned a lot and have been afforded the opportunity to apply and receive a couple grants, which have enhanced my business. Although, the positions you presented seem noble, but I’m looking to create an impact on a national and possibly an international scale. What Industry do you currently find yourself in?

      I recently finished a Microsoft Certification, which was granted by Syracuse University; simultaneously, going through two Kaplan University courses, assisting in the Management of the SWVBRC’s 3rd Annual Small Business Summit, re-newing my Real Estate license and building my small business.

      Thank you again, your thoughts have advanced my transition. Feel free to invite others and join in the fun!

      Semper Fi!
      Luis Casillas
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      • Friday, November 15, 2013 13:41 | Sigrid Gilbert
        Wow, Luis, you are a major go-getter. I managed to read something in your blog about college that wasn't there. I figured you had been an officer in the Marines from the way you think and express yourself, and the experience you describe. But to learn about all your accomplishments with the Microsoft Certification through Syracuse Univ. and all the other education you have received, and your experience with SWVBRC, I couldn't be more impressed. I will be interested to see where you go with all this.
        As for me, I retired after 30+ years of teaching 8th grade, high school summer school, and a teaching assistant vice principal. I loved the classroom and working with kids. That is why I suggested it, because the need for dedicated people in middle and high schools is great and the work is meaningful and satisfying, and a kick with that age group. It took retiring and moving from San Diego to really get involved in what was especially important to me. If you take a look at the message I wrote for Mr. Carrera in response his question, I described my volunteer work with Operation Interdependence, which Al founded, and how it all started with 9/11 and an 8th grade class. What is fun is knowing you are building a business
        and helping to manage SWVBRC which I am certain Al greatly appreciates and thanks his lucky stars for.
        Sigrid
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        • Wednesday, November 20, 2013 22:54 | Luis Casillas
          Sigrid,

          After reading your post on Carrera’s Blog and my own the one phrase that impacted my core was, “the thread that runs through it all is being willing to helping others with time and whatever else you have.” Can you elaborate a little more on that phrase?

          In regards to helping students, what do you think students value most from the interaction with a counselor?

          Luis
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  • Friday, November 15, 2013 08:37 | Magaly Mora
    I believe you could achieve any of your goals. I am proud of how far you've come and thankful for what you do. keep it up..
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    • Friday, November 15, 2013 16:59 | Luis Casillas
      Maly,

      Thank you. We are all capable of achieving our dreams. The first step is always the hardest, after that, no one can stop you.

      Luis
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  • Tuesday, December 03, 2013 15:05 | Luis Casillas
    Community,

    Thanksgiving was delicious and my company was all smiles. This year I am thankful for the opportunity to help others, and, as always, the grace to live another year. Have a delightful day and don’t forget to smile. 

    :)
    Gobol gobol!
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  • Monday, December 09, 2013 13:01 | silvia flores
    What are you're goals?
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    • Tuesday, December 10, 2013 16:54 | Luis Casillas
      Silvia,

      I’m happy to answer your question. As you may have noticed, from my background, I enjoy working in the service industry. My goal is to help businesses cut waste and build capital, by providing innovative service solutions.

      Your question has made my day. You are the only one to ask me what are my goals and I appreciate your courage to do so. Continue your curiosity and post any more questions you may have.

      Thank you for your time and feel free to invite others to join the fun.

      Luis
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  • Thursday, February 06, 2014 12:30 | Jennifer de Spain
    Hello,

    I think that is a great goal and is one that many should try to achieve.

    Jennifer
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    • Saturday, February 08, 2014 17:17 | Luis Casillas
      Jennifer,

      Thank for taking the time to be apart of my existing network. You have great potential and I'm honored to see you develop your entrepreneur spirit. I look forward to continue to build our community, along side a fellow Perris resident.

      Your neighbor,
      Luis
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      • Monday, February 10, 2014 09:07 | Jennifer de Spain
        Thank you, Luis! I appreciate your nice comments!

        Jennifer
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        • Tuesday, February 11, 2014 20:10 | Luis Casillas
          Your welcome Jennifer. Now lets Rock our economy.
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  • Wednesday, February 12, 2014 21:34 | Luis Casillas
    Community,

    FYI. By next year video ad spending will increase from $1.97 billion to $5.71 billion.


    Luis

    See more at: http://www.insivia.com/50-must-know-stats-about-video-animation-marketing-2013/#sthash.aMbw1cHd.dpuf
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    • Saturday, February 22, 2014 15:51 | Loes Knutson
      Dear Luis:

      Thank you for inviting me to be part of your network.
      I am very impressed by your work at the Southwest Veterans'Business Resource Center as well as what the Center does for Veterans. I hope we can work together in the future.
      Sincerely, Loes Knutson
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      • Sunday, February 23, 2014 18:49 | Luis Casillas
        Loes,

        Thank you for your time. You have given me the opportunity to continue advancing my development. I look forward to explore the different avenues available to best serve our community.

        Luis
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  • Tuesday, July 28, 2015 18:46 | Luis Casillas
    Since my last comment, I've gained a few good treasures in my quest for knowledge. It has been one year since I began to work as an Auditor for DCAA. Since my first day on the job, I have learned something new. My goal for the next year is to build a solid understanding of the FAR; to the point that I can interpret the regulations for business owners who may not have a background in finance or Federal contracting.

    Luis
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  • Tuesday, January 22, 2019 15:05 | Desire Ramirez
    Hello, dropping in to show support.and thanking you for your service and advise.
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    • Tuesday, January 22, 2019 15:27 | luis Casillas
      Desire,

      Thank you for your service. I look-forward to building our knowledge bank as we develop our community. I'm excited to have you as a volunteer and grateful for your time.

      Luis Casillas
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