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Seeking second job to work

http://youtube.com/watch?v=4VwtbZoqQh8

Are seeking a job to work? What it will be then?




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Very nice.

I suggest look around see what people need and then fill that need.
Vandalism is increasing and instead of putting up ugly bars on doors and windows I came across 3M safety security film.

This would be an awesome business for anyone to get into with increasing growth potential as the economy gets worse. IMO

http://www.michiganglasscoatings.com/Residential/SafetySecur...

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Jesse?

Is that you?

Thank you for this post, Christian - that also regards education

I think you said two very important things. First, about finding what your "passion" is. That's what makes work wonderful - when you're doing what you love to do.

There's a lesson there for education. Children's K-12 education should be well-rounded so that children can be helped to discover what they are good at and/or like. In ancient times (I'm joking, I'm talking about when I attended school), while things could have been better, perhaps, there were still required courses that involved "working with the hands" - practical things that some learned came naturally to them! Girls learned to sew and cook; boys learned about HH tools and basic carpentry & auto maintenance. THAT had to go once liberals/feminists took over the education system. It was SEXIST! They preferred that no one be capable rather than support the historical, stereotypical division of labor in running a home (without having to rely on buying products & services) AND that held career opportunities for some. Today, some of those are "electives" open to all. (At my children's private elementary school, all children learned such things, beginning in kindergarten.)

Even at the college level, I 100% support the good ol' freshman "core curriculum." See ISI's fantastic guide for (the few) colleges that have retained that. ISI also offers a brief guide for college students to help them plan out a responsible core curriculum of their own (from within and satisfying "distribution requirements"). With all the worldly experience of 18 years, there is a breadth of knowledge out there freshman might not be aware - maybe that area they'll only then discover their passion. (For me, it's when math "clicked.") http://www.isi.org/books/bookdetail.aspx?id=ac1284a7-fdd5-43...

Second, I liked what you said about finding what contribution you can make that is "unique." For one, it makes you and/or what you have to contribute "marketable." But to me, there is a more important reason. We are each unique individuals, and I believe we are each here - in the time and place we are - for a reason.

Lastly, it sounds like you have your priorities right. :)

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

In other words...

In other words... work your passion uniquely to keep the priorities right (God, family, work, friends, etc)?

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That sums it up :)

That sums it up :)

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

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Lovely, wise, basic

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