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About bradleybertoniere

Leader. Strong communicator known for building successful teams while establishing long-lasting relationships and customer bases. Skilled in change management by guiding teams through transitional periods. Creates positive learning environments by mentoring employees. Thrives in high-pressure situations while meeting tight deadlines. Strong business acumen with ability to analyze turnover data and understanding financial functions of an organization. Passionate about helping others succeed in life. "The moment you become an adult is the moment you accept personal responsibility for your life."

What I Learned Exercising 1000 Days In A Row

“I want to instill the work ethic that my father instilled in me.  And I understand fully that no matter what I tell them, my actions will speak louder than my words ever will.” Continue reading

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My Ten Commandments of Social Media

Thou Shalt Defend Thy Opinion with Evidence Explanation: If you are passionate enough to have a strong opinion about a subject, then you need to be passionate enough to offer the evidence and reasoning that convinced you and made you … Continue reading

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Interpretation of Current Events: 1/11/2021

Although private companies can censor whom they please in accordance with their policies, our communication channels have become so intwined with the usage of said technology that the line of dividing free speech and big tech/social media censorship has become blurred and we must tread carefully. Continue reading

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United We Stand, Divided We Fall

What transpired yesterday was despicable, but not surprising.   This was done by a group of people that are close minded.  There’s a difference between being ignorant and being close minded.  Being ignorant means, you don’t know something.  Being close … Continue reading

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The Prioritization of Ignorance

There’s a difference between being ignorant and being close minded. Being ignorant means you don’t know something. Being close minded means you are choosing to be ignorant about something. In this day of near unlimited information we need to prioritize what we can and cannot be ignorant about. We must be open minded and listen. Otherwise our ignorance will be our doom. Continue reading

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Why I Bought A Tesla

When I was a kid I use to tie a sheet around my neck like a cape and run around the house pretending to be “Electric-Man,” (my super hero name). Electric-man had the ability to control electricity and shoot lightning … Continue reading

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Gain Wisdom, Then Take Action

A man became aware that he wasn’t spending his money wisely.  When shopping at the grocery store, he would just buy things without looking at price, purchase his items, and then would go on his merry little way.  When he … Continue reading

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Dave Ramsey’s Debt Snowball Method Worked For Me.

$50,000 in debt between the student loans and credit cards. Every other Friday my paycheck would enter my bank account and I would go through which bills were due and make payments until a little bit was left. That $100-$150 … Continue reading

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Is Success in the Eye of the Beholder?

To some, success is fancy cars, big houses, fat bank accounts, and popularity. And I think a lot of people would agree. They see a super skinny model or a famous actor and feel as though that person represents success. … Continue reading

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One Single Push-Up

Depressed… overweight… weak. I stared disgusted at the reflection in the mirror and asked, “what in the hell happened?” It was November 21, 2018. After a few more moments of turning around and looking at my physique from different angles … Continue reading

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