Hector Diaz learned how to work hard at an early age, growing up with seven siblings on his parents’ small farm in Guatemala.
They grew corn and beans and raised cattle, dairy cows, pigs and chickens.
“I started feeding cows when I was 7 or 8 years old, after school,” Hector says. “Ever since we were little, my father would tell us, ‘We are not rich, so I can’t give you money. But I’ll teach you to work hard, and by doing that, I know you’ll be successful in life.’”
His dad was right.