If you want your child to become a Young Global WEF Leader, send them to school. That's where they'll learn the six crucial lessons that according to John Taylor Gatto are common to school teaching. (Worth a read)
Riley's dad is the one who taught her how to rebuild carbs, and she taught her friends, and now they all have part-time jobs "that pay us well," Riley says. "For teenagers, anyway. So much better than minimum wage."
The point of building a parallel economy is to replace the corrupt and untrustworthy institutions which you cannot rely on– like public schools, banks including the Federal Reserve, big tech companies, big pharma and so on.
Asa Baker is an 8-year-old girl from Ohio with an overwhelming entrepreneurial spirit. Over the hot summer, rather than spend the days inside watching TV, Asa would set up a lemonade stand in her front yard to make some cash.
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