Best Quotes by Ann-Marie Campbell

I learned that you can accomplish so much, no matter what the limitations may be. You just gotta believe to achieve.

Ann-Marie Campbell

People know my story – how I started like they did and that I struggled with things, like being a working mom. They ask me things they wouldn’t ask anyone else.

Ann-Marie Campbell

You have to ask people for help. I wasn’t good at that.

Ann-Marie Campbell

Honestly, being a store manager was the best job I ever had.

Ann-Marie Campbell

I just like interacting with people.

Ann-Marie Campbell

Ask people who have the job you want how they got it.

Ann-Marie Campbell

I grew up in Kingston, Jamaica, as the youngest of four children and the only girl. My father died when I was only a year and a half. He was killed in a car accident when he was 26.

Ann-Marie Campbell

My grandmother was divorced, and she had 10 children herself. She never finished high school. She started selling lace on the side of the road and then grew that into a multimillion-dollar business – a retail store selling mostly furniture and appliances.

Ann-Marie Campbell

I got a part-time job as a cashier at Home Depot in North Miami Beach on April 1, 1985. I didn’t expect to be in retail all my life, but retail was ingrained in me from my grandmother. I enjoyed interacting with people, and I got opportunities.

Ann-Marie Campbell

I just love to read, learn, and think through complex things.

Ann-Marie Campbell

I finish two books a week, mostly nonfiction.

Ann-Marie Campbell

My family owned a furniture/appliance store near Kingston, Jamaica. I worked there all summer but lived in a very structured environment the rest of the year at an all-girl Catholic boarding school.

Ann-Marie Campbell