"A moving target is harder to hit."

Demitrius Katsikapes









Job History

This is my rich and varied work experience starting from my first job when I was about 10 or so until now:

  • Field worker picking strawberries
  • Babysitter
  • Pea tester in a frozen food factory
  • Grocery store clerk in several mini-marts
  • Receptionist/Bookkeeper for a general contractor, a furniture store, a telephone company, and a welding supply company
  • Organizer for a women's free health clinic
  • Bartender
  • Short order cook in a bowling alley
  • Motel maid
  • Clam digger
  • Laborer for a sand and gravel company
  • Skidder operator for a logging operation
  • Construction laborer
  • Carpenter
  • Owner/Operator of a roofing company
  • Salesperson for building supplies to retail customers and builders
  • Construction estimator
  • Project Superintendent for construction of a mini-mart
  • Real estate agent
  • Published author
  • Outside salesperson for real estate marketing/promotional supplies
  • Outside salesperson for a floor covering company
  • Retail sales clerk for a metaphysical bookstore
  • Landscape gardener
  • House remodeler
  • Sole Proprietor of a polar fleece clothing company
  • Website designer
  • Teacher of website design classes
  • Vibrational healer
  • Life coach
  • Author
  • Reiki Seichim Master
  • Workshop facilitator and teacher of self development and spiritual classes
  • Tarot professional
  • Spiritual Teacher
Each of these jobs had learning opportunities in them, which I greedily gathered like rare jewels. There is a wealth of experience and knowledge in the treasure chest of all my jobs. I store these experiences within myself because they are the grandest of riches. They exist to be brought out and utilized when the proper occasion calls for them, which most often is when I can be of help to others.



Kathy Wilson
680 Rainier Lane, Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Phone: 360.437.9328

Email kwilson@under-one-roof.net

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