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The Intrinsic Value Of Work

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This week, Trey remembers the meaning of Labor Day by discussing how some of his earliest jobs mowing lawns, delivering papers, and bagging groceries taught him the value of work. Trey explores the way we confront our fears while in the workplace, gratitude for great bosses and the kindness and generosity of others that we meet along the way.

Later, Trey weighs in on Rep. Joe Kennedy’s Senate primary loss to incumbent Senator Ed Markey and remembers the legacy of Jo Evelyn Cox.

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