Here is a great book you can take out of the library written by Scott Adams who is famous for creating the syndicated cartoon Dilbert. Scott didn't start out famous, oh no! He was at the bottom of his class in college, never really accomplished much in his two corporate jobs, 8 years at Crocker Bank and 8 years at Pacific Bell (where he got most of his ideas for Dilbert). He failed at inventing things, he failed at starting businesses, he failed at pretty much everything. But by continuing to press on, despite all his failures, he finally became successful. He still has failures today, he failed at running a restaurant, he failed at other inventions, but he doesn't let that stop him. Scott has a lot of great advice in this book, like take care of yourself first, then your job, then your family. Hey, if you don't have a job, you can't take care of your family, OK? Read it and learn from his mistakes!
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