How can one influence Career Choices for adolescents and young adults in Rural Kenya?
You can influence many lives by teaching them to get motivated it about doing things from scraps. Some one needs to open a center were they can create new things. More like inventions to themselves. Then , when things work out. They can be for everyone. Following sharing the profits of what they sale for the center to help future minds. Sometimes, people need a little help to start. For example, a toilet seat can be done from wood unstead of cement. The measurements of the hold for the disposal needs to be deep enough to stop the odor coming out. The cover of the hole needs to be biger and heavier to stop the toilet to sink inside the cavity. I am looking foward reading other people's ideas.
by JR Krishna 23 months ago
Have you ever interfered in your son's/daughter's career choices?
by DasEngel 2 years ago
..for example, will Tom Cruise be an actor in his next life also? Will Barack Obama be in politics in his next life as well?The point is: if it's true, that is, people repeat their choice of career in their next life endlessly, then it kind of limits our humanity. But if they don't, that is, if in...
by Rosalie 4 years ago
How much impact do you feel your parents career choices had on your career choices now and why?
by Charlu 6 years ago
Do you think tv shows have an effect on career choices?With all the crime, medical, and culinary shows on tv are they influencing career choices and if so are they creating misleading images or having a positive influence?
by Caroline Paulison Andrew 7 years ago
Do you think the government should legislate nutrition?From McDonald's toys and fast food menus to the vending machine industry, local, state and federal government is increasing its legislation in nutrition matters. Should it be doing this?
by McKenna Meyers 22 months ago
How do you respond to someone who's openly disdainful to your life choices?I'm a stay-at-home mom to two sons, one with autism. Staying at home has certainly hurt us financially, but it was the right choice. I had been a kindergarten teacher and couldn't imagine being with kids all day long only to...
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