My open invitation to Google

I am an avid bike trail rider. One of the bike paths in Decatur IL is an old train track route. It starts at the Macon county conservation district, and ends at Milliken University, I think it’s about 5 miles. There is an off shoot that goes for another, what looks like 10 miles. I am a husband, and a father of three, and my family and I love, nature walks, running, and biking, on the awesome public trails this great country has to offer.

I’m a 15 year, skilled Tradesman that’s built like a tank. I want to document the Google Street View, of the bike trails in my part of the country. I can get you some of the most beautiful footage of the US that you’ve ever seen. If you let me, I will film the bike paths that are just in need of, man hours put in on. We can both benefit from my hard work, and perseverance.

I am a natural engineer, it’s one of my many talents. There isn’t anything I can’t figure out, given the proper resources. If there is a project that is in need of diligence and man hours put in, I’m the guy that you can’t afford to pass upon.

I posses, not just the intelligence to learn and discover many new and great things, but I also posses the common sense, and perseverance, that is needed to implement real world solutions with that intelligence.

As you know, most of the time, common sense, and intelligence, used together, is all that’s needed to solve problems, that many struggle with but shouldn’t. Not utilizing every tool at your disposal is not only a waist of resources, but it’s a disservice to you and your team.

I have the ambition and fortitude of a young John D. Rockefeller and or Bill Gates. I posses a natural positive energy that seems to be endless. My greatest asset is time and opportunity. A Mind like mine, is a rare and precious gift, and I don’t plan on waisting it. I would love to contribute to your team of outliers on their quest for knowledge.

I will never stop pursuing ideas to make this world a better place to live in. I do hope that you take this opportunity to be the first, to collaborate with me, on my path of making lives better, one great idea at a time.

Thank you, I can’t wait to meet the great minds that are behind the epic idea of Google. Hopefully it’s sooner rather than later, down my path of Success. Get to know me a little better on my blog at

Prosperous ideas and wishes to you and yours,
Terence Mohr


I’m a Lover Not a Fighter.

Don’t get any bright ideas. F.Y.I., that doesn’t mean that I don’t know how to fight, or that I won’t beat the living shit out of someone that deserves it, or go down trying in the attempt. It just means, it’s only when provoked. I grew up in a town called Normandy in North St. Louis County. With a couple of years in Decatur IL. Normandy meets the boundary line of North St. Louis City. NoCo and North St. Louis City are like any other big cities, they can be pretty rough places to grow up in.

The first fight that I can remember, was when I was 4 or 5 years old. My brother and I were playing with a friend, when some older kids from the city, a few blocks away, were walking through the neighborhood. They saw, two white kids playing with a black kid and decided to whip the living shit out of us. What fond memories!

This would come to be the scenario that played out for years to come while growing up in a neighborhood where white people were the minority. Eventually, I won some of the fights, I would of won more if their were more people on my team, but it was just my brother and I. The ones I did win, were because I had to learn how to take pain a little different then most kids.

My father liked to drink and I think his kids were more of a burden to him than anything else so, he loved to beat the shit out of us also,when we were screwing up. We were some pretty bad kids. But there’s nothing like coming home from getting your ass whipped by right kids older than you to take another ass whipping for god knows what. I started acting out, sought any attention I could get. I tried to be the class clown. It feels good to make others laugh. I just didn’t know that there are appropriate times to make people laugh, and very inappropriate times to make people laugh. Who knew?

I learned very young, when people are laughing because of something you did or said, they aren’t trying to beat the shit out of you, for just being there. Over all I’ve talked my way out of more fights than I been in, and that’s a lot, because, I can’t tell you, how many times I’ve had to fight over the years. Especially for a guy who doesn’t go looking for fights.

Normandy is a pretty tough school district with kids from some rough neighborhoods. We walked to and from school everyday and the walk home was usually a race. I don’t want it to sound like I fought every day. But it felt like it, at least until fifth and sixth grade. Then Junior high started it all over again. The kids that lived closer to the city had to walk my way to get home. So until they got to know me, it was, let’s beat up the white boy. Yeah! What fun, 8 on 1 is always great!

Did you know, pain is an electrical impulse sent to the brain, to tell you, your body it is in imminent danger, and you need to do something about it. To turn that impulse off, it took me years of getting into fights and getting my ass whipped by my old man to figure out, its up to you to decide if you want to acknowledge the pain or not. And guess what, when you turn it off, you can think much clearer than when you let pain and fear take hold. If you can think clear you can assess the situation and respond a whole lot better than you can when your worrying about how much pain your in.

One time, I had just gotten jumped by a bunch of kids. I got beat up pretty bad, so I was crying. I thought, your pitiful, so I made myself stop crying and smile. Then I made myself laugh. If there was a camera filming at that moment it would of been the craziest thing you’ve ever seen. This 10 year old boy crying his eyes out, then he instantly stop’s crying, starts to smile, and then starts laughing. Crazy, I tell you.

You see, I had to find out, it’s up to you to let go of any feelings you don’t want to feel. If I can turn off the pain emotion, why not other emotions as well. It’s not an easy thing to do, but it can be done. By letting go of the feelings you don’t want, you are free to feel and do anything at all. Within reason, that is.

You can’t just ignore your problems though. The only way you can ignore emotions that you don’t want to have, is if you deal with the problem that’s causing these emotions in the first place. The bad emotions you feel I think just like the pain signal that’s sent to warn you that something bad is going to happen if you continue to do what you are doing. Fix the problem and the repercussions of the problem will go away.

You have to find what it is that makes you tick. Make a self evaluation, so you can find what strengths you have. Then you can take those strengths and apply them to anything you want. Instead of waisting your time and energy on negativity. You could be spending it, making a masterpiece or learning a new skill, if your not artistic, maybe one that can make your family’s life a little better.

The moral of the story is it’s so much better for everybody if you can solve your problem without violence. But their are some assholes in this world that just can’t figure that out. So, if your ever in a fight that you can’t prevent, you have no choice but to defend yourself. If you know what your doing, you can stop the threat to your person, by letting go of fear and pain.

The sky’s the limit at what can happen if you can control all of your emotions.
You can make many great things happen for yourself, if you just get out of your own way. Stop yourself from thinking about negative thoughts that are out of your control. Work on the things you can change to better yourself. When you have to deal with a problem deal with it. Don’t dwell on it, change what needs to be changed and move on. It’s rough out there, do you want to spend all your time and energy feeling sorry for yourself or do you want to spend it doing something that you love to do.

I for one, don’t want to spend another moment thinking about negative shit. So please, with peace and love, if you’ve got nothing but negative for me, save it…. Please!….I don’t want to talk about anything but positive things, that are going to make my life and others better. Spending your time thinking about things that are going to make me and others happy, can’t be wrong. You start to find yourself looking for ideas to make your life better, instead of feeling sorry for yourself all the time. All it takes is to stop holding on to the negative thoughts and feelings. Get rid of them by talking, writing, singing, whatever way you have to, just get rid of them.

I learned a lot from where and how I grew up. I didn’t know it at the time, but I see it now. To name a couple, Black People can be as racist as White People can. We are who we are because of the way we are raised. No matter your color of skin. If you were raised well, usually, your going to do well. How in the hell does it help anybody, to hate someone you don’t know. Sure you can be cautious of someone because of your past experiences. But don’t ever judge someone until you get to know them. It’s easier, to not put yourself in the position to get screwed, than to think everyone’s going to screw you, no matter what their skin color is. It takes up to much valuable time and energy to hate people.

The problem is people don’t have time to get to know new people, so they go off of their instincts. It sucks, but that’s the way it is. If you stop worrying about how others see you, and start bettering yourself, you won’t have to worry about how good of an impression you made, because people will see all of the good things in you, without you having to tell them. Your talents will shine forth, if you let them.

You are who you surround yourself with. If you look around and see people that are successful, you are in the right group. If not, get the hell out! For your own sake, find like mined, intelligent people that are doing good in this world. You can’t put a price on happiness. No matter the cost, you can, take the hit. It’s so much better to be happy than miserable. And who want’s to be happy alone? So find some good people to share your time with. Who knows what can come of it. I’m a firm believer of, if you put enough good minds in a room together, any number of great things can happen. All without having to beat the shit out of somebody, Hopefully!

“Labor Unions” by Jurwan Rhodes (a non-union welder for over 5 years)

Labor Unions

Labor unions were started in America to give workers a unified voice against management that would have weight. Until its inception employers could discriminate between employees, work employees long Hours, terminate employment without just cause among other things. As unions began to take root, employers began to feel the power of solidarity and the impact that tools such as organized strikes and pickets could have on their production, bottom Line, and public image.

Over the years many unions evolved into organizations that had an impact not only on individual companies but industries as a whole. With more bargaining power the unions were able to seek, and in most cases secure benefit packages for union workers that were envied by many, and despised by those who had to agree to them. The unions helped create a middle class, that could afford to send their kids to college, buy nice homes, and save for their retirements.

The unions at the same time created an atmosphere, in some instances where, little could be done to rectify problems with sub-par employees, who used union representation as their scapegoat. It also creates a work place where many different levels of, work ability, actual work, and work ethics were all rewarded with the same compensation. The greatest blow to unions, was when president Reagan ordered airline workers back to work. That decisive action started a movement against unions that has led to, lower paying jobs, Replacement jobs, and unions that no longer demand worker rights, equality, and an opportunity for a brighter future, but ask nicely, concede, and take what they can get.

In my experience it seems like the unions of my generations are “fighting” to keep what they can, are paying more for health care, are working under two and three tiers of pay, and have little say in much more than progressive discipline. Truth be told the unions of today are a far cry from the “teamsters” of yesteryear’s. What we have now in most case is an extension of corporate human resource management.

By: Jurwan Rhodes

Introduction to Business


Schools In America must be stopped!

I think the Public School system is in need of a major change. Throw out the old way of teaching, Please! So we can get back to building and creating things again. And get away from focusing on industry workforce in consumer products and services.

Don’t get me wrong, an American education is a very coveted thing. But, The problem is, it’s set up for achievers. You have to want to learn at the curriculum’s pace to get an education in our Public School System. That’s great for most kids, but not all. The rest settle for the bare minimum.

Everyone of our lives in America, is tailored to the American Dream. Even in the ghetto, where most kids have to just figure it out on there own. Part of that dream is, if you work hard, you will make something of yourself. To many kids in the public school systems, now-a-days, could care less about the education that has been taught the same way for years.

If you have a child that does care, and is more advanced than the other children in the room. Get that kid into a classroom with other kids of like mind. Don’t put any limits on the amount of knowledge that a kid wants to learn. If you put enough talent into a room with the right resources, greatness can be achieved.

Not everyone is cut out for greatness though, but that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve to feed their family as well as the next person. Teach these people a trade so they can be successful also.

A person has to decide what they want from life on their own. You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make them drink. So just make sure they have a flavor of knowledge for every taste.

Offer the ability to learn as much, and as fast, as they can, about a field of study that will help this world, and whatever fascinates them. You would be amazed at the amount of talent you would find out there. If these tools are available to kids at four years old, by the time they are 16 they will be starting college.

You could use funds already in place to develop a coalition of multiple Universities, working together to come up with a new way to teach our youth. Include Ideas that work and get rid of ideas that don’t. By the time a kid reaches college level they will be well on the path of their chosen field and can now focus solely on honing their craft with others of like mind.

Make teaching as fun as playing xbox, and We’ll be turning out Warren Buffet’s and John D Rockefeller’s in no time. And we are in desperate need of some more Great Men like these.

There is a place for everyone in this world, let the student decide for themselves what they are capable of. That way, no one’s talents are held back. And we get, a giant talent pool.

It needs to be a requirement in America, that you have to contribute to something in life, no one should be able to settle for less. To many kids in the public school systems, now-a-days, could care less about the education that has been taught the same way for years.

You have to be challenging them daily also. What’s wrong with being prepared for the unexpected. And create some damn competition. Competition can be good, if it’s directed positively. Put up a leaderboard like “call of duty” and I bet you start seeing what a kid can do. Everyone can learn about something they are interested in

Part of the curriculum should also be what it takes to survive out here today. Everything it takes to be a productive happy Adult in this world. They should be taught how to find out what talents they posses, at a young age, and how to use those talents to be successful.

You could use funds already in place to develop a coalition of multiple Universities, working together to come up with a new way to teach our youth. Include Ideas that work and get rid of ideas that don’t. By the time a kid reaches college level they will be well on the path of their chosen field and can now focus solely on honing their craft with others of like mind.

Who knows what a kid can do if you give them enough opportunity and resources to be anything they want and learn about it at their pace. There is a place for everyone in this world, let the student decide for themselves what they are capable of. That way, no kid is left behind, for real this time.

Some of the Books That Have Made an Impact on Me.

There are way to many titles to list here, so I made a list of some of the books that have made an impact on me or on the way I think. There Isn’t any particular order, I just wrote as I remembered them. To Me, reading is one of the most important things a person can do, to better themselves. Not just for knowledge but pleasure as well. In the best books you can accomplish both at the same time.

The first serious book that I can remember reading was an autobiography of “Franklin D. Roosevelt”. I can’t remember the exact Title or Author, but I do remember how his life fascinated me and the many great things He accomplished. I was in the 5th grade when I found it in the school library. Reading about Franklin Roosevelt’s life was my first glimpse at aristocracy, and what can be accomplished with unlimited resources, confidence, intelligence, common sense, determination, and luck…..Many great things that help many people! I am amazed at the good that this Titan of history accomplished. Learning from that good and the mistakes that were made, is what will make this World a better place.

“Mous” by Art Spiegelman, is a graphic novel set in the holocaust. It portrays animated mice as the Polish of Jewish decent , pigs as the non-Jewish Poles, and cats as the Nazi’s. It is an actual account of a Polish family during these horrible times. I read this in the 9th grade, by choice, not because it was assigned. I remember being impacted in a very profound way. This book showed me what it was like for people to be oppressed in the worst way possible because of their religion. Just because some people thought they were better than others. It showed me that no matter what struggles life deals you, you can get through it, and be stronger for it. But no matter what you’ve been through, you must learn from it and move on. To dwell on the past will just make you a very bitter person. I think this book should be read in every school.

“Lord of the Rings”, by J. R. R. Tolkien. The classic battle of Good vs. Evil. People need an escape from reality every now and then. I think that it is important to exercise your imagination on a regular basis, just as you would your body. It keeps you from getting to serious. Everyone loves a happily ever after ending, it makes you feel good inside. You feel a certain satisfaction, when Good triumph’s over Evil. I’ve read this book 3 times over the years and listened to it once on audio.

“Outliers: The Story of Success”, by Malcolm Gladwell. Takes a look at everyone who was great in history and how it took at least 10,000 hrs. of practice, plus the ability to be great in the first place, before they ascended to greatness. if talent is nurtured and given every opportunity to succeed it can change the world. In every case, every great person in history had to have at least 10,000 hours, to became the person that history remembers. Once I read this book it opened my mind to the possibility that I can be one of these people. All that is needed for success is, find what you love to do in life, educate yourself in that field, and then, if you put in the man hours, Intelligence, Hard work, common sense, and Determination, Anything can be achieved!

“Titan the Life of John D. Rockefeller”, by Ron Chernow. He is still the richest man in The history of the United States. Many people today are touched by the philanthropy of this Man. By controlling the price of transportation for his product he was able to build a corporation larger than any in American history. He was horrible to the working man, because to him workers were chess pieces on a world sized chess board. That’s why we have Unions to protect us from corporate greed. He was the only one of the rich Industrialists back then, to see that he had won the game. The only one that knew that it was time to get out, and enjoy the spoils. He retired in his mid 30’s and He would have been left alone, if it wasn’t for the fact that his empire was built the wrong way, at the cost of its workers and the stranglehold of shipping. So they made him brake up his empire and made laws to protect companies from monopolies. This book showed me some valuable lessons. To name a few, what can happen when a man with talent dedicates himself to his career, to do it the right way, without detriment to others, and when you’ve won, get the hell out!

“The Snowball Warren Buffet and the Business of Life” by Alice Schroeder. This man did what other Titans of Industry didn’t. He showed, nice guys can finish last. He may be a Dutch Grocers Grandson and and the Son of a Republican senator but that had very little to do with his success. It was hard work and dedication. Through diligence he found companies that were worth more than their stock price and used this information to his advantage. I think that He may have over worked himself at the cost of raising his kids, but He proves what I said before. Hard work and dedication, focused on the right ideas can make miracles happen, or what seem like miracles anyway. In actuality, all work and no play may have made Mr. Buffet a dull boy, So don’t spend your life over working, you can never get that time back. I think that a man can have a happy medium, and still accomplish his goals. No matter what, if you have talent, it is your duty to use it. It may seem like you don’t have a life for a while. But after your hard work is done you can do anything you want and let your money do the working for you. His life just reassures us, that you don’t have to screw people over to be successful in this world!

“The Rise and Fall of Alexandria the Birthplace of the Modern World” by Justin Pollard and Howard Reid. Being a history lover this book was amazing. It shows how much knowledge was lost in the biggest city in the world at it’s peak in history . Alexander the Great, founded this city but never got to see it come to fruition. It was the largest city in the world at its peak. The library that was burned there contained more knowledge than anywhere in the world. Some very famous Scholars and Philosopher’s established, invented, and taught many different fields of study that we still use to this day. It shows what people that shouldn’t ever have power can do to future generations, they wiped out knowledge and we had to start over. Just think of where mankind would be if we had been able to nurture that knowledge and add to it? The only one who knows is busy making trees and rainbows.

“Tycoon the epic life of Cornelius Vanderbilt” by T. J. Stiles. This book shows how greed and determination can lead to very great and very horrible things. We have Mr. Vanderbilt to thank for some great institutions here in America. Shipping on the American railway system is what is today because of this man. By buying up his competition and consolidating them, he made rail shipping a cheap way to ship goods. Because of this “buying out any completion tactic” the New York Times coined the term “Robber Baron” to describe Rich Men that practice ruthless business practices. We also have him to thank for some of our laws on worker conditions. His and others, horrible treatment of the worker is what made Americans stand together to fight for Worker Rights. Mr. Vanderbilt is the second richest man in American history.

“New York” by Edward Rutherfurd. This is a fact based fictional tale about the history of New York City. It tells the little known version of US history. How the Dutch settled New Amsterdam, which was eventually renamed New York. This version shows us how a series of events from different Families through history made New York what it is today. The Author changes the family Surnames but the events are fact based. I loved how it shows American ingenuity and how Trade made major US cities grow from villages to major metropolises. Trade was the beginning of the US economy. Trade is one of the very basic needs of all people. It survives and flourishes in all economic downturns, no matter what. Everyone has needs and there is always someone willing to sell you something to fulfill those needs. The problem, as history proves, when most merchants get rich they get greedy and from greed comes corruption. And that’s why it took years for any major buildings to get built. Everyone wanted to get a piece of the pie, or Big Apple in this case. This book shows us human nature at its best and worst.

I am by no means a professional critic, but I know what I like. I also know that I’m not the only one who thinks this way. I will write about more books that I loved reading, soon. Some for fun, some for knowledge, some for both. For now, these are a few that you might like. I am constantly searching for good reads so if you know of one that I might like, let me know.

What it is to be a Union Member in 2014


1st. And Foremost, “It’s Not Just About “you” Anymore. “You” Have To Realize, That The Pie Really Is Big Enough For All Of Us. We All have To Eat. We Are Powerless On Our Own so Our Greatest Strength Is In Unity Of Numbers. If Ever “you”, “your” Brother, Or “your” Sister Member Is Wronged, We As A Whole Will Help “you” Fight To Right That Wrong. So “you” Must conduct “yourself” In A Manner That Bennefits All Of “your” Brothers And Sisters Instead Of Just One Of Us.

2nd. “Your” Actions “Will” Be Held Accountable. How “you” Conduct “yourself” While Performing “your” Craft Effects All Of Us. The Detrimental Treatment Of Our Trade Or Another Member Of Our Trade Will Not Be Tolerated. Expect To Be “Dealt With Harshly”, If “you” Let Greed Come Before Us All. We WILL Stand Against “you”. The Only Way We Have To Combat Greed, Is To Hurt The Greedy Where It Hurts Most, In Their “Pocketbooks”. So Expect Proper Financial Reparation If “your” Actions Call For it.

3rd. A Privilege Of being A Member Is That “you” Get To Enjoy The Benefits Of Collective Bargaining. That Means Men And Women Of Our Choosing Will Negotiate For Our benefit As A Whole. “you” Expect Them To Represent “you” With The Utmost Class And Respect, They Will Expect “you” To Conduct “yourself” In The Same Manner, While Performing “your” Duties, In The Course Of “your” Membership.

4th. Treat “your” Elder, More Experienced Journeymen, With Respect. They Didn’t Get Through All Those Years Without Gaining The Knowledge Of The Business, And How It’s Run. “You” Can’t Learn These Skills In A Book Or Class. It Takes Years Of Experience. Listen To What They Have To Say And “you” Will, Learn Something. “You” Will Also, Be A Senior Member One Day, And “you” Will Deserve That Same Respect. “You” Get The Respect “you” Show.

5th. The More “you” Learn Our Trade, The More Responsibilities Will Be Placed On “you”. If “you” Are Ever In The Position To Lead Men And Women, “you” Must Treat Those Men And Women As “you” Would Want To Be Treated. Don’t Ever Ask Someone To do Something “you” Wouldn’t, Do “yourself”. If A Brother Or Sister Has A Complaint, Deal With “It”, As if “It” Is “your” Complaint, And Look For A Prompt Resolution. “You” Are “your” Brothers And Sisters Keeper, And He Or She Is “yours”. We Are In “This” Together, So Think Of Us All, When Making “your” Decisions.

6th. Do Not Search For Accolades For Doing What Is Expected of “you”. “you” Do Not Need To Ask For Promotions. They Will Be Asked Of “you” When “you” Have Shown “you” Deserve “It”. The Men And Women Of This Business Have Been Doing “It”, For A Long Time. They Can See What And How Much “you” Know Through “your” Actions. When “you” Know Our Trade, “you” Won’t Wave To Convince Us, We Will See It. Time Is The Only True Judge Of Character. If “you’ve” Earned “It”, “you” Will Get “It”.

7th. Treat Every Project As If “you” Own It. “You” Would Expect Nothing But The Utmost Quality Of Work In “your” Home. We Expect Nothing Less. This Is Our Livelihood So Don’t Disrespect “It”. Give it “your” All. Done Right The First Time, Is Better Than Doing “It” Over. Quality Every Time, Is One Of Our Bargaining Chips. Take Pride In “your” Work. We Take Pride, in Our Knowledge Of The Craft. So “you” Must Do The Same.

8th. Respect The Scheduled Work Hours. We Are Paid Hourly. That Pay Starts And Stops At A Certain Time. So Be Prepared To Perform “your” Duties During Those Hours. If Their Is A Reason That “you” Can’t Perform “your” Duties When Expected, Let “your” Superior Know, With As Much Advanced Notice As Possible. So That the Project is Not Put into Detriment because of “your” Absence. Each of Us are Depended Upon to be Ready and Fit for Duty at the Start of Each Workday. Do Not Abuse the System, We have a Project to Complete, On Time and Under Budget.

9th. “You” don’t have to Give Anymore Than what is Expected of “you”. One Hour of Pay is equal to One Hour of Work. Projects are planned out in Man Hours. Give the Employer what “They” are Paying “you” for, at the very Least. “You” know if “you” Have Given a Good Days Work. Don’t listen to Over Zealous Superiors, that say “you” Are Not Doing Enough. They Are Not Looking Out for “your” Best Interests, We Are. If “you” are Not Experienced Enough to Gauge what a Days Work “Is”, Ask a Senior Mechanic. He or She will Help “you” Understand What is Expected of “you”.

10th. Last but Not Least. “It” Is Up to “All” of the Men and Women of “This” Trade to Be Role Models, for the Future of Our Business. We Have to Perform Our Duties With Class, and Have Respect for “This Thing”, that Is Bigger than any One of Us. We Wouldn’t Have a Trade, “If” It Wasn’t for the Men and Women, who have Fought for What Is Right, For Over a Hundred Years Now. “Greed” is Amongst Us Everyday. “It” Is Up To Each One Of Us to keep this Business On the Right Path, and Out Of The Hands of the “Greedy”. We Must Adapt to the Ever Changing Needs of Our Industry, and Overcome any Obstacles that Block Us from Getting an Honest Wage for an Honest Job.

The Crazy Thing About All of These Requirements Is, “This” Is What It’s Always Taken to Be a Union Member. But I Guess Some People Forgot How “This” Was All Started. All I Can Say Is, “You” Make “Your” Own Conditions. It’s Up To “You” to make “It” “As Fun, As “You” Want It”. Just, Don’t Do It At the Expense Of the Business or Any Of “Its” Members and “You” Will Have A Great Career. We Depend On Each Of Us, To Keep “This” Trade Great For All of Us! Be Smart, And Be Safe, My Brothers and Sisters!

Stay Positive my Friend


It can be very stressful not making the income you want, and to know what you want, but feel like it’s not happening quick enough. It can and will, very surely break the weak hearted. So you must keep it together at all costs. Because with the right help you can change your whole life in one day, all by yourself.

You have to remember that if you know what your doing is right and you use your talents to their fullest, it will happen, just be patient. You must always look to the positive assets at your disposal. It can be a Daunting task just finding out what your self worth is, but it can be very useful to you. Evaluate your talents and use them to your advantage.

If you find out what you are good at and hone those skills every chance you get you can use them to better your life and others. Find something that you love to do, that can be an asset to people. Something that you do that makes your life better might make someone else’s life better as well.

“Necessity is the mother of invention”. One of your talents might just fulfill a need in someone else’s life. If something that your good at can help others, learn it inside and out. Then show it to others, you will find out real quick how needed that service is.

It is up to you to figure out what people want, or need help with in their lives. You can usually look at your own daily experiences to come up with ways to streamline life. Now-a-days everyone wants an easier way to do “everything”, so find a way and monetize it. Not only will you be improving your life but you will be improving others as well.