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Last month, my son informed me that he quit his job. Even though he has formal education in the field, was the only staffer under 40 with his own office, and was good at doing what he was hired to do, working in the accounting department of a company is not his passion. He was doing it because it paid the bills but it is not the thing he wants to do in his life.  The security of a job was not enough to keep the entrepreneurial yearnings at bay. As a Mom, my heart skipped a beat when he…

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