Grinding It Out - Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 Summary and Analysis

Kroc and the McDonald's brothers formed a partnership and by 1954, Kroc was ready to work. He had numerous physical ailments, but ignored them. Everyone called him Danny Dreamer while he was growing up because of the different schemes and ideas he thought up. To Kroc, work was play. He could turn arguments around to favor his position. He even convinced his father that by getting a sales job with the Lily paper cup company, he was ready to marry his girlfriend, Ethel, in 1922. Kroc worked hard, using his evenings to play the piano for extra money. His wife complained about his long hours. His cup sales with Lily were increasing and his customers appreciated his sales pitches. He never pushed a sale nor tried to convince people who did not need paper cups to buy them.

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