The Starting Out Blueprint

When I asked readers and friends for blog post ideas, one of the most common I got was what they’d suggest for someone just starting out. One guy said a 15 year old homeless orphan (I guess to remove any possibility of a leg up), and another asked about his teenage son, but the gist is the same. I obviously don’t believe the traditional path is so great, so I would do something very different.

Despite other people trying to get the idea through to me, I didn’t really understand just how great of an advantage youth is. Good things you do when you are young can have massive effects throughout the rest of your life, and mistakes can sort of be forgotten and redone.

Also, there’s essentially no expectation that you do anything useful at that age. Parents just want you to be on a path that doesn’t involve

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