What really stood out to me about everything Ben Breier said was how much Kindred focuses on effort, whether it be work ethic or social efforts. When thinking of companies, they can seem intimidating and I automatically think of them as this collection of very successful people who are essentially geniuses. In reality, as portrayed by Mr. Breier, there are companies that encourage--and even prefer-- employees who give their all, who are fun and kind, and who can empathize with others as opposed to people who are crazy smart. He even says, "We're not always going to be the smartest or the best, but I bet you we'll outwork you here at Kindred." Overall, it was nice to see how much value Kindred puts on being kind and putting your best foot forward.