Apparently none of us work. We’re all entitled brats. We think things are owed to us without working for them. Nobody in the Millennial generation understands what it’s like to be an adult.
Understanding the “art of the transition” is the key. It’s not beginning, work hard, success, end. It’s taking each thing, moving it into the next, repeat, success.
There is no right or wrong way to live.
Will it be you?
Creativity wants to come out in play if you feed it just a little bit every day.
The key is not to be productive. The key is to ask good questions.
When we grow and gather strength from external destruction. It’s a necessity to slaughter parts of our own identity and ego. Carrying around a weak persona will spread like a virus throughout your body and mind. You have to kill it at the source.
While likely not to be super lucrative (usually minimum wage), most tasting room associates get hefty discounts on alcohol. So, there’s that.
Sometimes we don’t say “no” because something is unimportant. We say “no” because it’s the very thing we need to become better.
10 years ago she was working at Aveda in Ohio.