Do you remember your first job? For many of us, our first job started with weekly chores to earn our allowance. Some people begin working in high school, others work to help support their family, whatever the age you start your first job it is a memorable experience.
A job is a very important part of gaining your independence and learning how the world works. We all need money to survive, but becoming truly happy, independent and providing value to society is the most rewarding of all.
The idea of success depends on who you ask and what their expectations are. You get paid for your value, not your time. Some people value money, quality time, good friends, and traveling. Whatever it might be, we all have to work to have these dreams come true.
Ryan’s grandfather who lived till he was just shy of his 105th birthday always told him that nothing comes easy. He said, “you work hard, you never stop and you never give up.” He built a strong foundation early on in his life and he shared his way of life to all of his grandkids as they started to grow up.
The more people our organization comes in contact with the more we learn about all of the amazing qualities of those living with Klinefelter syndrome. We give you from all over the world, a real list, from real people with amazing and unique careers. Each one of these jobs requires hard work and dedication to hone their craft. These are not just ordinary people but eXtraordinary.