For me, Mark's story is an inspiration for Career Mavericks everywhere demonstrating that good guys do win.
They're also loathed (and fired) because they get restless or don't toe the line, Kevin Marron writes.
Mark Hanley's career history reads like an episodic adventure story.
In a breathless résumé spanning 33 years, his changing interests and passions have led him to work variously as an auto mechanic, scuba diver, salesman, retailer, venture capitalist and manager in a municipal government business development agency.
It's a story that might entice a literary agent more