Insight Into Our New Inside Sales Representative

I grew up with a total of 10 siblings including myself. My father and mother moved to the U.S after Vietnam just shortly after the Vietnam War. They had nothing coming over, with children already coming over, and more to come in transit. The struggle was real for them, my mother and father did whatever was necessary for us to have a good life and experience nothing but good and wellness. There is not a day that goes by without me thinking of both my parents and what they have gone through. My love and appreciation will always be there for them, even through the argument and disagreements we may have had in the past, I owe everything to them, I mean everything.

I have one word that I remind myself every day, “gratitude.” A word that reminds me, that life is short, those who help you along life have used up their time and sacrifice so much for you to have a life with less struggles. My parents are the ones I owe most, if not all, my gratitude too. And the reason I say most, is because we can go through life solo or we can accept the hands of others and learn from that experience. My mother told me, “Never expect anything in return and always help those who need a hand.” As I pondered her words, I knew what she meant, I understood her words as, I will never completely know the outcome of any situation given in life, but I would at least know the outcome of my choices and how I present myself in this world to others.

Her words kept me to be grateful under any situation, getting cut from a team, failing an exam, not getting the job I applied for. I can’t even imagine the hardship my parents gone through to even give us these opportunities. With this mindset, I know that others go through difficult times to, maybe they are having a bad day and need the moral support. My father or mother didn’t have to tell me how important it is to work hard in life, I believe it’s something you must see and experience first-hand, and I saw it through my parents, even my older siblings. I was given the gift of Choice, to choose what I wanted to do in life and what to experience.

FRAME USA has given me the opportunity to be a part of their team, and I am unbelievably grateful for that. It shows that they are willing to give me a chance as an Inside Sales Representative to prove myself that I am a dedicated and smart worker. I cannot wait to grow within this wonderful company and see where it takes me from here. Thank you FRAME USA.

~ John Nguyen

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3 comments

  1. Mira Naanes says:

    ‘Don’t know how I stumbled upon your site, but am intrigued by your business. Love the “American made”.
    One thing I could not get a grasp of is your pricing. ???? Where can I find this information?
    I am doing water color paintings and am considering wood frames with mat, either standard size mat or possibly custom size matting, depending on the painting. I will want plexiglass in the frame to protect the watercolor surface. I would like an idea of the range of costs. I love your old/reclaimed wood frames, however many of my paintings would not look best in them. However, It is possible that some landscape paintings I have in mind to do may look best in them….to be determined.
    Sizes of my paintings: 8”x20” 11”x14” and 16”x20”
    These measurements are of the painted areas, no allowance for mat sizes

    Would you be able to give me a range of pricing based on the information I have provided?

    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Mira

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