By now you’ve heard about how Dillard’s and Campbelltown’s schools are doing so well, that they’ve got to recruit more students from outside the area, which will be good for them financially.
The other thing they’re doing is they’re teaching the next generation of talent.
I’m not going to get into the specifics of what that means, but the idea is that if you’re good enough at your job, you’re going to be able to afford to live in a bigger city.
And that will allow you to move up in the world.
Now, there’s a lot of people who aren’t getting jobs because they’re not good enough or they don’t have the right experience.
There’s a certain amount of pressure on young people to get a job because they can’t afford to stay at home, but I think what we’re seeing is the talent is really catching up with what people are earning.
They’re not just going to move to New York or Los Angeles and start their own companies and go into the workforce.
They’ll start at Dillard or Campbelltown, and they’re going, “You know what?
I can do that.”
The talent is now more than just good-looking kids.
It’s really good people with great work ethic and great potential.
And it’s also more than having a job, it’s having a family.
So I think we’ve actually made it a lot easier for people to become employed and to make a decent living.
But I’m definitely going to continue to do the same thing, and I’m going to work as hard as I can, and try to help the community I live in succeed.