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The humbling experience from working a service job is what makes us feel more empathetic in listening and working with those around us. It also makes one embarrassed and all the more grateful for not being in that position, that it opens one’s eyes out to respect the hard work everyone grows through. A pithy aphorism I live life by is talent is everywhere, opportunity is not, is to always be giving thanks to have the opportunity to do what we do in the present current moment. Sam uses allegories such as Karen throwing a fit at Costco for being asked to wear a mask to his friends that were granted SUVs or separate homes. The feeling of being left out as a child from working in the service industry keeps one grounded, with ears open and to be more entrepreneurial to serve and create things of value.