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The Hustle Lessons I Learned From My Father

The painful, but useful lessons

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This was written in response to the Medium Creators Write Here prompt during an Open Writing hour. This is in response to prompt number two for the week of January 27. Please follow other people’s responses here.

I started working around seven or eight years old. That’s weird to say because I wasn’t working in a…

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Sharonda Harris-Marshall

Sharonda Harris-Marshall

is a filmmaker, photographer, and digital media artist living a stereotypical artist life. She could have been a doctor or a scientist, but here we are.

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