I love this story from the UK about a young man who doesn’t make much money but figured out a way to provide affordable shelter for himself. He didn’t wait for a handout in a challenging situation but instead did something about his problem. American children need to think like this young man did.
Don’t miss this terrific article about how one dad is teaching his children to learn to work. A great read!
Charles Hugh Smith takes a jobs report from this summer and dissects it. Note in particular the chart that shows the three (of nine) job sectors that have actually expanded since 2000. Just as I explained in Thriving :)
It’s September, and many recent college grads haven’t found jobs yet. Here are a few reminders as you hunt for a job. Good luck!
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