The book "The Persecutor" by Sergie Kourdakov is an autobiography of the life of a Russian Communist. Through chapter one to twelve, he explains how he became a communist, how he became the man he was, and how one day he was asked by the secret Police force to work for them. His first assignment … Continue reading Choices that Led Kourdakov to Fail his Assignment
I'm sure that most of you out there are trying your best not to barrow anything, if at all possible. Nobody likes to have the burden of knowing that they have a debt to pay off. Borrowing can cause a lot of problems not only money wise but it can also put a lot of … Continue reading Don’t Barrow Money for A Depreciated Item
In business one I was asked another question this week based off of a short book of articles that I was assigned to read. The question was " "What would I have to give up in order to save 10% of my income?". Currently, I do not have a source of income because I do not … Continue reading Giving Up Something in Order to Save Something
In my Business One class I have been learning about different ways to earn money and what I should do in the future job wise. This week I was assigned to answer this question "Would you rather start a small business or become a minimum-wage apprentice to a mentor? And Why did you choose your … Continue reading Question from Business One
First speech! If you guys could give me pointers on what I could work on, that would be great 😉 I hope you enjoy it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5t1FsiZs8U Speech Class lesson 25, 9th grade video.
When I was about nine years old, the company that my dad worked for was running out of business. I don’t exactly remember the details of why, but It was happening nonetheless. At this time my parents started looking for a new job, and I knew they would find one some way or another --I … Continue reading The Trip to Texas
The most popular source of entertainment today is TV, but it’s also a waste of time when you could be doing something profitable with your time like working, studying, ect. Have you ever heard of the saying “Time is money”? Well, it’s true! Time is money, but most do not come to the realization of … Continue reading Money I Won’t Have at the Age of 70 if I Watch TV
Question One: What am I willing to settle for one year from now? A year from now my main goal is be finished with 9th grade and 10th grade, for my calling I would like to be taking Taekwondo lessons and achieve at least three to four belts . Also, I would like to start … Continue reading Futuristic Questions, Answers, and Going the Extra Mile.
For several weeks in English Autobiographies, I was assigned to read each day a few chapters in "A Bus of My Own" by Jim Lehrer. At first I thought that all autobiographies were boring -- they aren't! The book was super entertaining to read and in almost every chapter I was dying of laughter over … Continue reading A Bus with No Brakes
First: Thank you Sarah for nominating me! (Here's her blog: https://makelikeaturtleandfly.wordpress.com/) Rules: Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you Answer the 10 questions the blogger gave to you Nominate four bloggers who deserve the award Create 10 original questions for the nominees to answer Let them know they’ve been nominated Questions asked: What is the weirdest … Continue reading The Real Neat Blog Award!