I used to be lazy at work (Joyce Kettering)

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Bio: Joyce Kettering is a growth marketer who records music beats for fun. Her resume doesn’t make any sense until you realize she loves to learn new things. And her dog, she really loves her dog.

Description: When I worked in Fortune 500 companies with strict hierarchies, I felt entitled and would get annoyed every time I needed to work a second overtime. Now I enjoy what I do so much that a lot of my time off is spent learning about writing code and APIs so I can be every better at my job and create even cooler things.

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Joyce’s workplace: Holaspirit

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