We all make mistakes in this life. One big one is dropping out of school. Having no particular skills or knowledge is a sure formula for working at a minimum-wage job, which you probably don’t like. However, always do your best whatever the task calls for. A good worker doesn’t go unnoticed. A dishwasher may become a cook, taking inexpensive spot classes along the way to become a better cook. The cook may be introduced to ice carving and learn that skill. The cook may upgrade themselves to work at a country club or hotel where the wages are more attractive. Learning step-by-step, you will eventually have something to offer an employer or maybe becoming self-employed.
This book offers learnings not just for adult people but as well as to young minds. Developing their skills early can definitely help them be more successful in the field.