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What propels Scrappers

Scrappers are moved by the belief that they can only control themself. When things don't turn out well, Scrappers ask what they can do differently to create a better outcome. They don't give up on themselves.

They know humour can get them through the hard times. They find people who can bring out the best in them and are invested in their success.

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"Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art." ~ Andy Warhol

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