Normal summaries are gonna state how great someone is at their job. I strive to be different and individual so I'm gonna do things a little different. During Highschool I took 2 years of law Enforcement. The main focuses were honesty, integrity, respect, dedication, hard work and structure. I got a job as a cart pusher in the last 2 weeks of my 16 years and so I just say it's easier to say I started working at 17. Throughout my years I played football, which teaches teamwork and relationships. I deemed to further my careers so I moved to unloading trucks and stocking shelves second shift probably the best time of my life. But I was just getting out of Highschool and I was looking at going to college for law enforcement and I changed careers completely and went from stocking shelves to a security guard. Who was based at proctor and gamble, majority of the time was sitting down and watching cameras. I then realized that law enforcement is not quite the job I wanted to follow. So I went back to my original company that I have worked for. I am very faithful to a company once I start and I strive to do everything I can to stay with the company. As I grow older I start to realize that it's not about the job that you work. It's about doing everything you can strive for a job that not only betters you but that you enjoy a lot. I enjoy working and striving to be the best in a companies eyes, but also not let it get to me, and let other people get their say in and opinions and listening to a team and figure out together what the best way is. The biggest thing I've learned in this world is. There is so much more in this world to learn about then what you already know.
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