Anfractuous (adj): full of windings and intricate turnings
Greetings, I am Dr. Michael Fisher, COL (US Army Ret), husband to one, father to three, grandfather to six. My favorite quote is from Albert Pike, “What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.” Having achieved sufficient personal success, I am looking for opportunities to enable the success of others.
Why Anfractuous? Because the FSIS bureaucracy is full of windings and intricate turnings. My FSIS career provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities to deal with that bureaucracy. My US Army career instilled the values that motivate me to live out Albert Pike’s quote.
Let me help you navigate the FSIS bureaucracy, reduce your regulatory burden, and improve your profitability. Talk is cheap. An email or phone call costs you nothing. If I can point you in the right direction and you solve your own problem, your good will is sufficient. If you engage my services, then we will work out some form of compensation.
Please, Contact Mike. I look forward to being of assistance.
Thank you for visiting me today.
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