Three generations explain this family saying which teaches one method of mitigating risk.
This was part of an intentional anti-ad campaign that my mother instituted to inoculate her children against the power of Madison Avenue.
In the speech, she tells the story of how she taught second through sixth graders about democracy, economics, entrepreneurial endeavors, and personal financial planning.
“Parental Reminder #42” reminds us that goodness is something bigger than we can articulate but, even though we cannot express it fully, it is very important.
We pride ourselves on regularly and seamlessly offering our services regardless of who is working and who is taking time off.
The phrase “bad poet” reminds me of that day when I was in elementary school. It is a lesson for each of us, regardless of our income level.