Think about how you want to be spending your time (note: making a contribution is different question than 'what do you want to do…?) Then find a successful person who does just that. And make yourself indispensable to that person in order to learn as much as you possibly can. This will insure that you are chosen for the jobs which are out there for undustrious entrepreneurs who are looking for a hand up and not a hand out. Our Bill of Civil Rights guarantees us equal opportunity, not equal results.
Erika Ritz authored a piece on TheBlaze.com titled "MLK’S NIECE WEIGHS IN ON ‘WHAT’S WRONG WITH AMERICA’"
I'm trying to be careful what I say in social media, because it seems like no matter what, we live in a hypersensitive society where people are just looking for any reason to be offended. I'm working on a project to identify a series of "Issues" where Americans can unite. Any suggestions you have where you think we should be united regardless of Party affiliation? Is there a Capital Mall gathering place where we can all agree on certain foundational issues?