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.
This young woman used eBay to launch a business that now employs hundreds of people here in the U.S. and is worth over $100 million. Did I mention she’s a college dropout?
No, he’s not stuck making fries at McDonald’s. This college dropout shares some of the discoveries he’s made since leaving college a year ago. Don’t miss the comments; there are some interesting stories there, too! (And lots of evidence that there are some passionate opinions about college out there.)
Entrepreneurs have jumped into the toy market, specifically to encourage kids to be creative and tech-savvy. Check out the latest in toys for future geeks and nerds.
This graphic designer is sharing her journey to becoming a successful, employed graphic designer through self-education. Her story is very specific, and full of great advice for others who wish to follow her path without running up a tab at their local community college or tech school (not to mention 4-year university!)