Whammy of life
In all types of hypotheses there is some or the other form of constructive result that oozes out, but when we assay life, the results reverberate to be inconclusive. You do a lot of things in life, and keep what works. That is the philosophy of Mark Brandt Dayton, born January 26, 1947. Who has recently finished his office service as the governor of Minnesota from the year 2011, all the way through to 2012.
It is known to less people that he is the great grandson of the great businessman George Dayton, who founded the Dayton retails, which later transformed into Target Corporations, a S/P 500 Index. He graduated from the Blakes, and it was here that his keen interest in the field of ice Hockey kicked in, but later things didn’t go quite well, to make it into a concrete career domain.
Early Life, and Juggler of Careers
Then he attended the famous Yale University, receiving a bachelor in psychology, but still this was not the destiny etched for him. Then he became a teacher in New York, but even this did not catch hold of him. Then he tried his career luck at a social service agency in Boston, as a CFO, yet even this did not incite a sense of excitement for life in him.
It was only then he came across politics as a career, when he first protested the Honeywell, and other areas where he rose to prominence gradually, which made him realize that it was this arena that he was keenly looking for. Then he went on to wear different political hats, ranging from local area politics, to campaign manager, to U.S. senate, and then later become the governor of Minnesota. This man is a sterling example as to how one should explore and keep exploring, and indeed never settle.
One can reach and contact Mark Dayton through the following means:
Office of Governor Mark Dayton
130 State Capitol
75 Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155
Toll Free: 800-657-3717
Minnesota Relay: 800-627-3529
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