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🌮😍💞 Gladly. #2313inc #positivity

Everyone, meet Pav, the lady in the middle! ➖ She went to Oakland University where she studied Business Marketing + Management and minored in Finance. 🎓 ➖ Before joining the team, she worked in the banking and financial industry. 💰 ➖ She joined 2313 Inc. because she loves helping others and growing businesses. 🥰 ➖ Her hobbies are playing piano and badminton. She loves hiking, being outdoors, and gardening. 🎹 🏸🌷 ➖ Her current goals are to develop her team, get promoted to assistant manager and then manager, and then start consulting by age 35. 💃🏼💪🏼 ➖ Her favorite mantra is “WORK HARD… PLAY HARDER.” 💥 // #2313INC #MEETTHETEAM // Follow us on Instagram @2313inc

Everyone, meet Pav, the lady in the middle!
➖ She went to Oakland University where she studied Business Marketing + Management and minored in Finance. 🎓
➖ Before joining the team, she worked in the banking and financial industry. 💰
➖ She joined 2313 Inc. because she loves helping others and growing businesses. 🥰
➖ Her hobbies are playing piano and badminton. She loves hiking, being outdoors, and gardening. 🎹 🏸🌷
➖ Her current goals are to develop her team, get promoted to assistant manager and then manager, and then start consulting by age 35. 💃🏼💪🏼
➖ Her favorite mantra is “WORK HARD… PLAY HARDER.” 💥

#2313INC #MEETTHETEAM

Hard work is a lie. You can’t tell me the average CEO is ‘working hard’ for those millions....

‘If hard work paid off, every woman in africa would be a millionaire.’ Hard work doesn’t pay off. It makes billionaires. My dad works for an electrical company. He risks his life EVERY SINGLE DAY to make sure people to hospitals have power. Do you think the rich CEO of his company risked his life a SINGLE day? FUCK NO! When I think back to when my parents were in their 20s/30s, 2-3 kids, and all the vacations and stuff we got to do….do you think my siblings get to do even a fraction of that?! hahaha. if work is involved, maybe…and not until our 30s….not 20s…so we had to work an extra decade to get it, and it’s not much. Straight up, my parents want me to be like my sister, but I know she has had good tipping jobs in he past (waitress-men NEVER get tipped as much. Let’s be real), side gigs, and a roommate the whole time to make by. How is that not struggling? That doesn’t sound at all like freedom and independence. It sounds like one 5k hospital bill and she’s fucked. She may refute some of this to save face, however.

Just…the happiest people I know only fall into 3 categories.
-family man (loves their family, and all the pains of work are worth it for them)
-does their own thing (makes their own job/pay, or does something that they get treated fairly for)
-retired. The happiest AND saddest people I have ever seen are retired. Happiest-no more work, REAL freedom, and you got time to do what you want. Saddest-same reason. They have NO personality or idea on what to do outside of a job, so they go back to work usually.

Just saying…working for most of your life to barely survive, and finding happiness once you retire (IF you live that long) sounds like a fucking bull shit game I do not want to play. I’d rather have nothing and be happy than work all my life to buy something that resembles happiness at the end of it.

ps-do not give me the bs line 'well, you find happiness. I have happy days all the time.’ No shit. But when most of your waking hours are work & errands, and you get MAYBE 2 days a week of happiness (weekend) that still seems like a fucking bull shit trade off.

Once while I was trying to clean the public bathrooms Tony from the grocery department came in and I was like “fine, but please hurry up.” He did not. I waited from probably over 20 minutes and eventually had to just leave cause I had other things I needed to do so I never finished cleaning that bathroom. I saw Tony the next day and asked him what happened and he was just like “Oh I just had some stuff to do.” From then on if anyone tried to use a bathroom I was trying to clean I made them use a different one.