Bryan Bruns formed some of his strongest ideals while away from his Annandale, Minn., home, but the ideals tended to have a hometown connection just the same.
His best career advice came while he was working at a summer camp. Bruns didn’t get along well with his boss at first, and he mentioned that fact in phone calls home.
“One day my dad said, ‘quit complaining about it, figure out a way to make him look good or give your notice and move on,’” Bruns said. The advice stuck with him.
After high school, Bruns was “bound and determined . . .
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