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I ended up spending 4 years at my first job. I was lucky enough to be recruited, and that's probably why I stuck around that long. I definitely realized exactly what I didn't want to do, as well as what I excelled at. I found out I didn't want to work in the industry that I went to school to work in, and that I'm a natural-born entrepreneur and a slacker as an employee. I ended up working two more jobs in that same industry for another 3 years, but now I'm happily self-employed and motivation is not a problem :-)

I was able to parlay those 3 job experiences into what I think is the perfect activity for me, giving me the income I need and the freedom I want.

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