Taking Charge of My Life

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Taking Charge of my Life

During my five years of service at Comet Cleaners, I experienced a lot of joy, satisfaction, highs, lows and respect for the job I did and the people I worked with and served on a daily basis. Later, after I had been on board for about two years they sent in a new manager Mrs. Brenda Burns to replace Shonda Johnson and things as we knew it were changing. We had our fair share of good and bad days from machine breakdowns, to keeping employees and customers happy, doing payroll, deposits, etc. I’m determined to keep my job and make the best of any situation that comes along because working in this environment would put my intelligence, patience, and moral ethics to the test. Yes, I’ll definitely open my own cleaners I have five years experience under my belt. I’m determined to be a successful business owner with a company of my own that’s every bit as successful as the one I previously worked for. After I began working at Comet Cleaners under Mrs. Shonda Johnson getting to know the team of ladies I would be working with on a daily basis was fun and interesting. You learned quickly how to avoid gossip and the mess it caused. Of course the work was hard and the hours were long but rewarding. Don’t forget the heat it was so hot like a sauna but only in the summer months. During the winter months it was warm and cozy and we could work at a slower pace, relax a little with out having to rush to get the work done like in the summer months before it was to hot to function. Later, after I had been on board for about two...
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