According to Fast Company, the average time someone stays in a job is 4.4 years. I'm still pretty young, and I can confidently say that my average in this regard is no where near the aforementioned statistic.
Fun Fact: I received for my first paycheck when I was 16-years-old. Believe it or not I was an amateur model, learning the ropes and doing odd jobs at malls and large events. What happen to that you ask? Well, one day I realized I liked burgers...and just like that I willingly relinquished my modeling career. ;)
My teens and early twenties were spent working in different departments at my alma mater (Southeastern University), and this gave me the opportunity to work with and for a handful of great bosses.
Long story short, I've learned a lot over the last 10 years of my collegiate and professional career. I am still learning! My hope is that you will take to heart the lessons that have shaped me over the years, and that I have allowed to influenced my life and leadership.
19 Lessons I've Learned From My Favorite Bosses
BONUS: Creativity is truly for everyone! Yes, that includes you!
Did you find this list helpful? What are some lessons that you have learned from your favorite bosses? Share them in the comments section below!
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