Change is inevitable.
I hate it
but I am also thankful for it.
I have never had a job that I loved.
Until my Sophomore year at USU.
I worked at State Farm for roughly 10 months.
and I enjoyed every minute of it.
My boss was Tyson Luthi.
The most down to earth,
and reliable person.
He was super laid back,
but meant business at the same time.
I learned a plethora of things
from beginning to end.
Even outside of the insurance world.
goal setting and making,
and allll about commission pay.
It's true when he told me I wouldn't
find a cooler boss than him.
And I totally cried about leaving my job.
I know God has this plan for me
that will work out in the end.
I am seriously soooo sad about this.
I could have stayed at State Farm forever
and been completely fine with that.
He bought me Costa Vida,
a fabulous gift basket filled with yummy
bath and body works products,
and allowed me to gain a humble heart.
But I am so grateful for the opportunity,
the lessons I have learned,
and this change that is taken place.