Julie Gichuru didn’t have an easy life abroad, Opens up how she did some tough jobs

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Julie Gichuru is from a rich family but don’t think her life has been all smooth for her.

The former Citizen news anchor recently took to social media to open up how she worked in several blue collar jobs while studying abroad.

According to Gichuru, she did it whole-heatedly and always had a smile whenever she was working.

She asked Kenyans never to give up and most of all, to give their best in everything they do.

Julie Gichuru holds an LLB Law and an MBA from Cardiff Law School University of Wales and Cardiff Business School University of Wales.

She has lived in Bangladesh where her father was posted for military training. She then back and took a degree at USIU before transferring to UK where she did a one year pre-University Course at Warwick University. Julie then accepted a place at the University of Wales, Cardiff for her Law Degree.

Here is what she said:

I salute the young men clearing drains this morning near Nyayo Stadium, Nairobi.
It was incredible to watch them working hard with passion & bright smiles👌
Hongera! 🇰🇪
Let’s keep this up! This is just a start!

I have worked all kinds of tough and unpleasant jobs as a student.
But I always put my best into everything & I did it with a smile.

In each job I did as a student & thereafter I LEARNT.
I soak in KNOWLEDGE.
I draw WISDOM from every experience, positive or negative.
#Life 💙

#TheJourney I salute the young men clearing drains this morning near Nyayo Stadium, Nairobi. It was incredible to watch them working hard with passion & bright smiles👌 Hongera! 🇰🇪 Let’s keep this up! This is just a start! I have worked all kinds of tough and unpleasant jobs as a student. But I always put my best into everything & I did it with a smile. In each job I did as a student & thereafter I LEARNT. I soak in KNOWLEDGE. I draw WISDOM from every experience, positive or negative. #Life 💙 To grow, you must be wary of ‘success’, it breeds complacency. You must embrace the pressure if you seek the strength & value of a diamond 💙 All the ‘low value’, tough/unpleasant jobs I did forged me into tempered steel. Each gave me something invaluable. I am thankful for that 💙 So… Start where you are with what you have. Seek to LEARN & GROW in every situation. And as SteveJobs said, “Stay hungry, stay foolish.” The BIG question is, this is where you are now, where are you going from here? 🙏🙏🙏💙💙💙 #Life #Journey #SecretsofSuccess

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