“I worked at the start of the assembly line in the welding department. It was known as the toughest place in the factory,” he says.
But Dupuis loved it. “There’s something zen-like with welding. When you get it just right, it’s a feeling of fulfilment. When things are coming down the line, you get into a rhythm and it felt great,” he adds.
Apart from the blazing heat and the off chance that sparks would enter your suit (“They dance around in there and burn you – I’ve experienced that a few times,” he says), the factory was a huge learning curve for Dupuis.
“It taught me about hard work, accountability, resilience and very importantly, how to pace yourself.”
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Gopal Sriniwasan78 days ago
Kudos to Mark,Westerners are true Karma Yogis who reach the top from bottom end unlike the inherited like the Bajaj's.Gandis, Thugrays and Yadavas who parachute themselves to top post without even moving their finger.
It is the Indian work culture and social culture of inheritance that needs to be blamed,the root cause of all social evils