Transcript for 'The Bachelor' Sean Lowe Explains How to Ditch the Dead-End Job
Is that an entrepreneurial spirit until the very young age that I didn't wanna do my dad did in my dad's in the insurance business my grandfather was in the insurance business my brother and also in the insurance business long story short they did you want rural villagers in in what my business ventures wants stuff and so after that accident all my gosh you know my money on investors' money. I gotta get into the family business because there's nothing more say more secure than insurance then. As soon as I started selling insurance I I hated it just as much as our heartland and I just despise the fact that I had to do the same thing every day could on slacks and make cool calls and it index that's not me you're not happy you're not going to be success over me it was all about just. Taking that jump. You know knowing that you don't have the safety net of a paycheck and you might have to live your savings for awhile and that savings bull become depleted after well after a couple of not receiving a paycheck but. Her it was all worth it because I like as a don't want to being controlling own destiny and I love. Just the and I'm either gonna succeed or fail but it's all gonna come down to. We want to hear from you light gusts between us that Rebecca Jarvis and comment below. From the studios in New York City I'm Rebecca Jarvis have a great day.
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