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Time to Say Good-bye

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Posted by Peter Grandich

on Friday, 27 March 2015 05:32


Dear Readers,


Another factor I discovered that makes me feel there’s not much gold in one’s “Golden Years”, is having to say good-bye’s that are likely for the rest of one’s natural life. This is one of them.

Having devoted my full-time energies to my businesses down here in the states since January, 2014, the good Lord has blessed an abundance of new business opportunities. Not only has my work with professional athletes increased, but professional teams and sports agencies are now in the mix. This is in addition to the dramatic increase in interest from the general public.

Because of this, and the fact that each of my businesses down here have a blog, I’m unable to devote the necessary time and energy to maintain my position with MoneyTalks and deliver the high quality content it deserves.

This action is especially hard for two reasons:

  • Simply put, Michael Campbell is the best of the best. His business partners are second to none and everything associated with MoneyTalks is first class.

  • Canada has been a major part of my life since the 1980s. Countless memories and once-in-a-lifetime events shall remain with me until my last breath.

I also like to thank Paul Philip and urge all my readers to consider his services.

I’m very emotional at this point of the letter so please allow me to leave you with a song I feel is so appropriate at this moment.

God Bless,


Peter Grandich


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