Working is inherently good. Most people have worked or will work for a period of time in life. My passion is derived by the talents, skills, desires, and motivations of people like you. You are the one who helps us all. From the family unit or in the skyline of universal connections, we all have a valuable part to play and our work is a direct contributor to this connection.
I believe that we are not only connected through our work, but we are encouraged, reminded, led, and mentored by one another, based on life and work experiences. I do not believe that we can do it alone, no matter the job, because we require human interaction, through any means necessary, and this podcast will be here for you.
You are the most valuable asset to @WhyWeWork, because I want to talk to you about why you do what you do or what you would like to do, in terms of work. And others, like you, want to hear about what gets you up each day and what drives you to keep keeping on, even during the hard times...
Cassidy speaks of her role as a homeschooling mom of three and her successful part-time work cleaning for military personnel while in South Korea. You can find her on her Facebook page: Waegwan Cleaning Services @waegwancleaning