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Jonathon  Bales

Jonathon Bales

  • To be truthfully honest, I fall in the category of those afflicted. The only options I had was to either feel sorry for myself, or to improvise, adapt and overcome. When one is “gainfully” employed, and can’t make ends meet, then the only other solution, unless you’re suffering from some sort of complication(medical

    To be truthfully honest, I fall in the category of those afflicted. The only options I had was to either feel sorry for myself, or to improvise, adapt and overcome. When one is “gainfully” employed, and can’t make ends meet, then the only other solution, unless you’re suffering from some sort of complication(medical, psychological, etc), is to market yourself and constantly improve upon what you already know.

    It is my opinion that this is not necessarily Trumps fault, although he may be the cause of the acceleration of this issue, but that this is a basic republican belief... if you work hard, and save or invest, you too can enjoy these privileges much like our wealthy do.

    The books, iPhones, intranet are all there. The knowledge to grasp the potential to be incredibly wealthy is there... one only has to reach for it.