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I put my pride on the shelf and applied at a certain 24-hour chain restaurant famous for its hash browns.
After working there for over six months I applied at a more upscale retail location, and to my surprise was offered a job after three different interviews.
Today, I have been working there for almost two months and I am the top sales associate for my department.
He uses the money to pay his college tuition and living expenses in downtown Los Angeles. "I realized that if I wanted to be a successful businessman, I needed to start now," said Kozlovski.
"I thought I'll learn a lot more from actually running a business while in business school than waiting four years to get started." But running a business while attending school isn't easy.