I recently finished reading a book called “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. Overall it was a fast read full of personal stories and interesting ideas.
If you haven’t guessed by the title, this book covers finances and how to generate passive income. The author dives right in with personal stories of his upbringing and funny ideas of how he thought he could make money as a child. Throughout his childhood he is mentored by his friend’s father (Rich Dad) who owns a few businesses and provides the author knowledge on how to make money work for him.
I hope that when I write about critical thinking skills that people don’t confuse thinking critically with being a critical person. I believe that a smart, honest, friendly person can have excellent critical thinking skills as I also believe that a critical person may not have an ounce of common sense.
Alright y’all. Time for another post on how to use a hard working hitch out in the field. By field I don’t just mean rock climbing. This hitch is used in sailing, makeshift fences, holding heavy loads, and leashing a dog. The Clove hitch is often considered one of the most important knots and can be tied faster than reading this paragraph.
Programming in Python is great. By watching a few YouTube videos one can learn Python in a short amount of time. Python is versatile from scheduling an automated joke in Twitter, to hosting a website, to providing Air Traffic Management and Public Safety & Transport. Python is used in both personal and professional applications.