Cornerstone interview

My grandfather and I discussed his work history in order to derive career advice and important lessons that are learned from work experience.

Jorge’s Interview

In this interview, we talked about my fathers life growing up. We also spoke about his work ethic.

The Truthful Interview!

In this interview, we talked about my Dad’s life at school, work and his ethnic background. I asked him a couple questions about me and some details about his life and the adventures he has been through.

Work ethic serves family well.
November 30, 2017 App Interview

My grandfather shared his childhood on the farm, and the impact it had on his life. He also mentioned his career as a teacher and his military service.

Interview With My Mom, Gail Linda Nagy Marner

This was an interview with my mother talking about her childhood, my childhood and her hopes for my siblings and I. We talked some differences in today’s society compared to life when she was a child.

Growing up

My dad talks about what it was like growing up working for his dad and the different challenges and life lessons that came from doing so.

The Key to Corprate Success

“It’s not about the hardships we’re faced with, but it’s how we get over them.” On January 8th 2019 in Los Angeles, California, Oliver Pozil sat down with his father, Bennett Pozil to find out what the key to success...

Profile Interview: My Dad and I

We started with my dads childhood, worked our way through his early educational life focusing on college and his first job. Then, I let him reflect on his current job and the balance between working and family.

Taking a Step Into My Fathers Life

In this interview we dive into my dads life and the many influences on it, shaping him into the man he is.

Emily and Paul Winters
November 23, 2018 App Interview

A chat with my father about dedication, changing times, and life lessons. Having worked consistently since the age of 11, I feel my father embodies resilience and drive. Never making excuses or complaining is something very rare and quite admirable,...

Family is the Foundation for Living your Best Life

Today we talked about important family members and what they have taught us.

Dad’s Reflections at Age 86

Growing up in the 1940s and 50s, Korean War, Jewish humor, 60 yrs of marriage, love, relationships with siblings and having a work ethic.

Interview with Bryan E Brown.

We briefly talked about my dad’s childhood and experiences growing up. I learned about my grandpa, grandpa Brown, that I never got the chance to meet. Also, we talked about great grandpa Brown and his war experience. We closed by...

Cole Panzardi interview with Alex Panzardi, Dad

My father, Alex Panzardi addresses what his childhood was like and how it was growing up with two deaf parents and living with his grandparents. He goes into details about his Grandparents and WW2, and gives insight on what it...

Interview with Shawn

I interviewed my stepfather, who works in IT at the Univeristy or Iowa

Introduction to Grandpa Smith

Grandpa Smith’s reflections on work ethic…… what it was for him and the mind set for being a good worker.

First Generation College Student

My Father (Mario O. Ramos Jr.) Was born in 1969 to parents who immigrated to America for better way of life.

The Older Generations

We began by talking about our families immigration story and moved into how the older generations of our family influenced my father’s life.

In a moms world

The harder you work the luckier you become. Always try your best.

Deep Thoughts From Daniel Hinojosa (2017)

We embark on the journey to discover the Deep Thoughts on family, religion, work ethic From Daniel Hinojosa

Thaddeus Murphy’s Take on Progressing from a Poor Childhood to a Successful Lawyer

Thad Murphy discusses his timeline from working as a minor in order to help his family to working at his education and law school. He discusses law school as he experienced it: difficult and stressful, yet fulfilling and gratifying. Additionally,...