Creators create, consumers consume. We are all raised to consume but all have the potential to create.
When I started my coding journey I remember feeling overwhelmed and confused with all of the information. I didn’t know where to start or how to approach learning. If I were to start over here’s what I’d do:
Managing your time is one of the most valuable skills you will ever learn. The better you manage your time the less stress you feel in life. Stress comes from things we don’t prepare for, by taking preventative action we can minimize this chaos.
Financial literacy is the study of money and how it works. Money actually matters and directly impacts your lifestyle yet you aren’t taught about it. There’s a reason why schools don’t teach you about money, credit, taxes, or debt. Keep reading to find out.
Technical Literacy is the study of programming and technology. Having this knowledge is highly valuable as the skills are transferable to every industry.
There are 3 things that make up a Walking Asset. Self Improvement, Financial Literacy, & Technical Literacy. A Walking asset is someone who strives to improve the world around them. They lead by example and are effectors of positive change in their communities.