The Most Important Lesson I Learned on My First Job

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More than 122 million people are full-time employees, and spend an average of 47 hours a week or more at their workplace. Adjusting to the work environment, securing valuables, nd balancing responsibilities, assignments and deadlines are all important aspects of  being in the workforce. These are a few of the things that I learned on my first job nearly three decades ago (it was painful to type that). But there was one important thing that I learned on my first job that has stuck with me all these years. Watch the video below to find out what that lesson was, and share details about your first job in the comments section.

Adjusting to the work environment, securing valuables; and balancing responsibilities, assignments and deadlines are all important aspects of being in the workforce. Master Lock offers helpful advice and easy-to-use products for securing belongings while in work mode.

Whether starting a first job, transitioning to a new company or simply evaluating the security at a current workplace, Master Lock is offers helpful advice and easy-to-use products such as, Master Lock 5422D Portable Key SafeMaster Lock 5900D SafeSpace, and Master Lock Vault, for securing your belongings while in work mode. 

Stay Strong,

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Disclosure: I’m a paid member of the Master Lock Live Secure Squad. All opinions are my own.

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About author

Frederick J. Goodall

Frederick J. Goodall is the founder of Mocha Dad - a parenting website focused on fatherhood. He is passionate about parenting and helping men to be great dads, husbands, and role models. You can contact him at fjgoodall@mochadad.com or on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/mochadad