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    joy2theworld Posts: 72, Reputation: 2
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    Jun 17, 2015, 04:52 PM
    Nervous about first day at Dairy Queen
    So I went on an interview last Friday and today the lady called me and said I got the job! I'm 16 and it's my first job so I'm pretty nervous. It's Dairy Queen so I'm nervous about messing up when I make stuff for people. I just feel like it could be hard for me, so I'm just really nervous about it. I start next week so I have a few days to panic!
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    Jun 17, 2015, 05:19 PM
    Congratulations on your first job! No doubt they will train you, so just be attentive, ask questions if you aren't sure about something. You may make an occasional mistake, but that is often how you can learn as well.

    Be pleasant with the customers and your coworkers. Follow company policies and show a willingness to help out as needed.

    After you get started, you'll likely find it fun and your nervousness will start to fade. Good luck!
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    Jun 18, 2015, 12:25 AM
    Guess what, yes you will mess up, it is called learning, They will show you how to do things, and you ask, if you forget.

    New people normally do the simple things, you will do fine.
    I had one McDonalds in America, that I would get the wrong order 4 out of 5 trips.

    At Dairy Queen I would get wrong flavors, so don't worry, just listen and do your best,

    Worry does not help anyone, and merely hurts you being happy

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