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Adulting (verb) : To do grown-up things and have responsibilities, such as finding full-time employment, paying rent, or owning a car.
Basic life skills go mostly untaught in classrooms, so graduates are on their own to figure out how to live successfully in the world. Without any guidance, where do you start? Adulting 101 is a clever, practical, and timely guide to show how to:
– Find a job and be wildly successful at work
– Buy the items you need as an adult (apartment, car, insurance)
– Set goals, prioritize, and get work done
– Communicate professionally and effectively
– Learn money management and how to save and invest wisely
– Navigate personal and professional relationships
– Avoid the common mistakes of being out on your own
– And much, much more
This book will give you what you need to succeed and make a real impact, inspiring you to change the world and be the person you were meant to be.
– Binding: Hardcover
– Pages: 192
– Publisher: BroadStreet Publishing Group, LLC
From the Publisher
To do grown-up things and have responsibilities like working full time, paying rent, or owning a car
Basic life skills go mostly untaught in classrooms, so graduates are on their own to figure out how to live successfully in the world. Without any guidance, where do you start?
A practical guide to a life well lived.
This book is about surveying your life for the long term but also practically helping you with the day-to-day. It’s about how to have impact, how to live a life of excellence and how to get the most out of life.
You’re on this earth to be a world-changer. You matter, and your life has an incredible purpose. Part of this next stage of the journey as a ‘new adult’ is to find out what matters to you spiritually, emotionally, physically, and relationally.
This clever, practical, and timely guide shows you how to:
Find a job and be wildly successful at work
Buy the items you need as an adult (apartment, car, insurance)
Set goals, prioritize, and get work done
Communicate professionally and effectively
Save and invest wisely
Navigate personal and professional relationships
Avoid the common mistakes of being out on your own
And much, much more
Meet Author Josh Burnette
Josh Burnette is a husband, dad, business owner, and now author who currently resides in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Originally from Virginia Beach, Virginia he started working for Chick-fil-A as a team member when he was barely old enough to see over the counter. He received his bachelor’s degree in Business Management from James Madison University in 2009 (go Dukes!). Throughout college, he served as a Young Life leader for a local high school, and his passion for mentoring young people began. After graduating he went to work full-time for a Young Life camp in Buena Vista, Colorado.
He decided to come back to Chick-fil-A to combine his love of both business and working with young people. He served as the Owner/Operator of a mall restaurant for two years and currently leads a free-standing restaurant, employing over one hundred people in Little Rock.
Josh is a certified speaker with SCORRE workshops and recently enjoyed the opportunity to be the keynote speaker for Verizon Wireless. In his free time, he enjoys reading, traveling, volunteering on several boards in the community, and snowboarding.
Josh is married to his gorgeous wife Katie, and they have two young children, Lyla and Brody.
Meet Author Pete Hardesty
Pete Hardesty currently serves as the Young Life College Divisional Coordinator in the Eastern Division. He moved to the Washington D.C. area from the Friendly City of Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Pete grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and graduated from the University of Virginia where he was pre-med with the emphasis on ‘pre’. He then joined the staff of Young Life in Virginia Beach, where he served for seven years before moving to Harrisonburg in 2004. After being the Area Director for Young Life in Harrisonburg for eight years, Pete transitioned to start Young Life College at James Madison University in 2012. Pete loves being around college students even though they make him feel old. He crammed his three years of grad school into seventeen and finally received his Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary in 2014.
Pete has been working with young people for twenty-five years. They are still his favorite. He loves people and creating environments where they can thrive and achieve their potential. Pete’s two nieces are the apples of his eye.
How to have impact, how to live a life of excellence and legacy, and how to get the most out of life