Hard Work Never Hurt Anyone
I wish there could be a way to relive the first fourteen years of my life in my current situation and in a wealthy situation just to compare the two to see how life would differ. Growing up differently from how the kids I was going to school with was a big challenge. I could not fit in with them correctly or really have good conversations because what I knew was totally different from what they knew, life was hard. Most of the kids I was going to school with at the time were rich, snotty brats that got everything they could ever imagine plus more, while I sit there with what can get me by being perfectly happy. Being raised by a parent that had hardly anything growing up has its perks and its downsides just like a parent who has had everything they could ever want. Those who grow up with less distractions as in fancy vehicles, big houses, expensive clothes, and more toys then they can play with, have a better life understanding. I did not grow up with much to my name and honestly I am glad it happened that way. Though I do wish to know how much different it would be if I grew up with money, but I believe everyone wishes that. What I did grow up with, is a tight knit family and a hard working attitude. I hope one day that this hard working attitude pays off so when I have kids I can give them what they need and a little extra. In today’s society finding an employee who is hard working is really hard to find. With all the computer and robotics that are becoming more sophisticated and costing less than paying a human by the hour is taking a toll. As in the industry I will be in, hard work is a necessity and those that try to cut corners could be hurt badly or even killed. Going into landscaping and becoming an arborist takes time, obviously hard work, and an open mind to new techniques or designs. With landscaping needing expensive equipment and a lot of materials for any set work site, I cannot expect to do a little bit of easy work...
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