85% Angry Over Economy: Do What Harvard Kids Do
About 85% of you are angry about the economy. Some of you are at the boiling point, others just really dissatisfied.
That's what the latest ABC News/Yahoo! News poll found. Such rage might push you to think differently about earning a living. Actually, you might begin to adopt the mindset of the elite at Harvard. In the film "The Social Network," the university president Larry Summers observes that most of the students enrolled will figure out how to start a business and become billionaires. An example of that is Facebook head Mark Zuckerberg.
Help in taking that step into self employment is available from the Small Business Administration, courses at the community college, books in the public library, and articles on the web. In addition, you can try knocking on an entrepreneur's door, handing over a latte, and asking for 20 minutes time for questions.