My name is Brandon Saunders and I was fortunate enough to be the first intern at “Pencil Me In”. The volume of what I learned far exceeded any expectations. I figured I would come in everyday and complete small tasks to help things operate more quickly around the shop. But being an intern for the summer wasn’t a job, it was a learning experience. I learned what it takes to start a business and more importantly keep it running and how to communicate to multiple generations in order to fit the customers’ needs. I got the opportunity to go to a workshop on generational insights run by Gary Tomlinson and speaker, Cam Marston. At “Pencil Me In” I learned that before you can allow people to love your business and product, you have to love it yourself. I am lucky to have worked in an environment that helped me grow as a person and better prepare me for the workforce after college.
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