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    One Mans' Journey

    I have a friend who lives in TN.  He’s 20 years younger than me and almost everyday we text each other, “how was your day, what did you do today”?  Seems pretty innocuous, and yet, it’s a simple accountability...

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    What is your narrative?

    Your Life's NarrativeNarrative: a spoken or written account of connected events; a story."the hero of his modest narrative"What is your narrative?  That could be asked of any situation, however, in this case I’m referring specifically to who we are,...

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    • I don’t agree. There are many stories of very successful people who knew what they wanted to be from a very early age. Generally speaking, a child who has ambition and has made a determination of a career as a youngster develops into a pretty interesting and well-adjusted adult.

    • Our kids are super-smart and in band, so they’ll prob end up with scholarships for college. i am always telling them that they should find a career that is doing something they enjoy. My son hates math, he knows that a job that involves numbers isn’t for him. My daughter is looking at graphic design, she’s likes drawing and is really good. I also point out to them that they can do a trade school if they choose something that’s offered there, and graduate faster. I feel bad about kids today, they don’t get to be kids anymore. My daughter has been stressed out since the end of 5th grade, because they drill it into their head that they HAVE to get good grades, they HAVE to go to college. I don’t feel like college is the holy grail path to success. That’s just my opinion.

      • Good morning Kimberly!

        Sounds like you and your kids are headed in the right direction, at least in your thought process.

        I remember, years ago I watched a phenomenal TED TALK by a Dean of a vocational school who talked about exactly what you stated. College isn’t for everyone, trade schools offer a fantastic short term education specifically in a field where you can focus soley on that subject, graduate and be making $20, $30 plus an hour! Within 2-3 years these trade school graduates are banging out $60k-$200k, while college students are still schooling and racking up massive debt.

        The point is, there’s more than one way to the mountain and each parent/child unit has to determine what’s the best path for them… Imo, based on science backed by companies like The Kolbe Corp who specialize in identifying people’s instinctive nature and how to best apply them.

        Thanks for your thoughts and keep up the great work, being a parent is the hardest job in the world!

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