Actually I'm not..
I got a part time job working at Home Depot while I am going to school. Every time I snag a new job there is always a learning curve.
Marine Corps boot camp (BIG ASS LEARNING CURVE)
Vending Machine Route Driver (Not bad for my first time dealing with civilians)
Home Depot Plumbing Associate (The only thing I know about plumbing is how to flush a toilet)
At work while dealing with customers, I found myself apologizing for being out of parts or not being a plumbing master. I caught myself and realized that it is not my fault and I don’t have to be sorry for anything.
It is what it is and that’s all it will ever be. Nothing good, nothing bad, nothing lost, and nothing gained.
Everyday I learn something new about myself, people, life, and success. I’m happy where I am and finally consider myself successful after transitioning out of the Marine Corps and into civilian life after 12 years.
I have questioned my moves a lot over the past few years. I’m not writing this to brag or boast, but in hopes that this inspires someone to go after their dreams.
I have left the Marines after 12 years at the rank of Staff Sergeant. I have got a major divorce and am working on repairing a relationship with 4 kids across the country. I have been flat broke a number of times. I have lost everything 3 times over and am rebuilding a fourth time.
All at the ripe old age of 32.
The point is, it is never over and you don’t have to be sorry for anything.
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