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Wednesday
28Apr2010

Raising Kids to be Entrepreneurs

This post is a little off the topic of photography but important to me personally, nonetheless. The video below is relevant to most people because most of us can relate to being raised as children and young adults to occupy various 8-5 office jobs. Our schools and our parents seem to lean toward educating us for high paying careers like law, medicine, finance/accounting, and more recently information technology. Let's face it, safety and relatively good and consistent pay are available working for someone else.

Well-intended as this guidance is, not everyone is cut out for working 8 hours a day in a cubicle, doing 8+ years of university work, or counting beans.

My hope is that you watch this short video with an open mind and consider honestly 2 things:

1) If what you're doing right now is exactly what you want for yourself and
2) What values were instilled in you as a child or young adult to guide you to where you are in your career now. Are they serving you well?



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Wednesday
27Jan2010

Try TOMS Shoes

You may have already heard about TOMS Shoes. I just learned about them from a friend who was inspired by their business model.

TOMS Shoes was founded on a simple premise: With every pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need. One for One. Using the purchasing power of individuals to benefit the greater good is what they're all about.

Read more about their story.

I can't think of a better company to want to share with my friends and readers than this. Please watch: