From Cashiers and Counselors to Entrepreneurs: Lessons From Our First JobsGrowth
We've come a long way. Like, a long, long way from where we were at 15 years old and working our first jobs. However, just because we didn't end up being camp counselors or cashiers for the rest of our lives doesn't mean we didn't learn incredibly valuable lessons from the work we did then. This week, we're analyzing our old jobs, what we learned, and how we use that knowledge now.
Our first jobs humble us. They teach us humility and hard work and help us decide where we want to end up down the line. The lessons we learn from our first jobs are skills we still use to this day. So, what were our first jobs? This episode, we're delving into the past and chat about the first jobs we ever worked. From cashiers to camp counselors, we've done a lot of odd jobs between the two of us — and the lessons we've learned from them have taken us far. Take a moment to reflect on your past jobs with us this week. What were your first jobs? What were the most valuable lessons you learned that you still carry with you? All that and more in this week's episode.