Saturday, February 21, 2009

Not exactly what I want to be doing at 100

However it beats being dead...

Kudos to Max Fabian who seriously reminds me of my oldest brother...

[...] Anxious employees clinging to their jobs in these uncertain economic times might do well to heed advice from Max Fabian, who next month hits the century mark and is still working.

Make yourself invaluable, he says. And pay attention to the boss.

"Do the job the best you can and listen to the man on top," said Fabian, who turns 100 on March 9. "That's how you keep the job."

Five days a week, Fabian climbs into his Buick LeSabre and drives from his Niles home to A-Z Industries Inc. in Northbrook, where he has worked for more than 20 years as a "jack-of-all-trades." [...]

How can you not be impressed...

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