The path to success may appear long and daunting but even the most successful people had to start somewhere.
The world of Twitter got inspirational over the weekend when a user named @mariancall tweeted: "What were your first 7 jobs?" and the world responded.
What were your first 7 jobs?— Marian Call (@mariancall) August 5, 2016
Babysitting, janitorial, slinging coffee, yard work, writing radio news, voice-overs, data entry/secretarial
The hashtag #firstsevenjobs began to trend with politicians, media personalities and even an astronaut weighing in on where they got their start in the workforce.
House of Cards creator Beau Willimon's answer gave some insight into the long road to success in the competitive industry of television.
1. Movie Theater
3. Car Detailer
4. Plastics Factory
5. SAT Prep Teacher
7. Campaign staff...
15. TV— Beau Willimon (@BeauWillimon) August 6, 2016
Australian politician Christopher Pyne clearly had humble beginnings but left many Twitter users wondering if 'student politician' was classified as an actual job.
Office boy— Christopher Pyne (@cpyne) August 7, 2016
Owned Cleaning business
Even Astronaut Buzz Aldrin chimed in and gave people some serious career motivation with his list. FYI, if astronaut is FOURTH on your list of jobs, you're doing OK.
#firstsevenjobs— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) August 7, 2016
Now Global Space Statesman!
Stephen Colbert showed his followers that he's clearly a jack of all trades and Monica Lewinsky looked back with nostalgia at some of her roles.
#firstsevenjobs construction, bus boy, cafeteria server, library data entry, futon frame maker, futon salesman, waiter— Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome) August 7, 2016
The hashtag continues to take off with these success stories giving people some serious Monday motivation.Suggest a correction