Climate change, global health crises, and many other social, political, and environmental issues continue to threaten our quality of life and the inhabitability of our planet. The good news, however, is that after reading this book, you’re going to save the universe!
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After hearing about so many potentially amazing solutions to the growing list of worldwide problems over the years, I started thinking about why so few of them ever see the light of day. I came to the conclusion that one or more of three misguided concerns is almost always the root cause of such inactivity.
I was a broke-ass farm boy when I started my business. The best resource I had going for me was an undeniably strong work ethic handed down by two of the hardest-working people I’ve ever known—my parents. From a young age, I learned to work hard for everything I wanted, which is why I had three jobs to put myself through college. If you can outwork everybody, like I did, money will never be an obstacle.