Everyday Leadership: “Leaders Respect Past Achievements”

Late in the summer of 1965, my family moved to Morehead, Kentucky. My mother only had three semesters left to complete her teaching degree at Morehead State University. So, we rented out our farm in Malaga, Ohio and got a small house in Morehead.

I was only 5 feet tall when we moved. While in Morehead, I grew seven inches. It was tough being the new kid in class, especially with my awkwardness due to the growth spurt. All the other kids had their friends and cliques. I had a paper route that consumed much of my time.

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