Entrepreneur Learns To Do Things Her Own Way

York Daily Record:

You just never know what will be the breaking point; the moment you’re forced into action. Or, when things get so bad you just can’t take it anymore.

For Wanda Lamparter Stover, it happened the first time in 2001. After 24 years in the work force, she found herself unemployed.

“You feel totally lost,” she recalled. “I thought it was the end of the world.”

Friends told her she should start her own business. She kicked around the idea of opening a shop selling weight-loss products, but never did it. She worried it would mean long hours and financial burden.

Stover leased office space from Cameo Services on South Sherman Street for her own business, Property Management Unlimited. “I told myself if I do it and fail, at least I tried,” she said. “There are a lot of successful people out there who, if they hadn’t stuck their necks out, wouldn’t be where they are today.”

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