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Larry Weltman; Larry Weltman
  • Most of us have been there before – all day we’ve been mentally committed to going to the gym.  We’ve set aside time for going, even marked it on our daily planner.  But, when the hour comes to actually get

    I, Larry Weltman, will be the first to admit that it’s boring doing the same thing over and over.  So when it’s something as important as working out, We need to find ways to mix it up. Don’t become a creature of habit!

    I’ll begin by saying that I love my work. I work as a Customer Service Representative at AccessEasyFunds, a commission advance company for Canadian real estate agents, and it’s been one of the most rewarding positions I’ve had so far in my career.

    You want to be fit, to have endurance and speed. But you want to gain muscle as well. Can you do both? Yes, you can. Even though the experts don’t all agree on this idea of balance, I, Larry Weltman, believe it can be achieved.

    I’ll begin by saying that I love my work. I work as a Customer Service Representative at AccessEasyFunds, a commission advance company for Canadian real estate agents, and it’s been one of the most rewarding positions I’ve had so far in my career.

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