I like this commencement address by Charlie Day (but it’s not super-amazing). What I do like is something that he says a little more than half-way through:
One of the very first jobs that I had when I was young was a bag boy at Publix. My father believed that my brother and I should earn the right, literally, to own and manage a car and so we worked at our local supermarket to pay for it.
It’s there that I was told, in orientation, that “the customer is always right” – and I, being a young and generally naive worker, believed this to be true.
A great question via Wiselike (this one gave me reason to pause and really consider the answer – I like that):
This was an interesting question to answer via Wiselike:
Here’s an important question asked about work and family via Wiselike: