Learn How to Hammer Out a Living – 5 AHAs from Karl D. Hughes

This week's five AHAs are from the AHAbook®, Hammering Out a Living. Please share this URL "http://aha.pub/ACarpentersGuide" in your social media status update to let your friends know about it.

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In today's society, many people would choose not to work with their hands and perform manual labor. They don't realize the opportunities that await them in those industries, and that often leads to the scarcity of qualified workers. Honor and dignity have always been in all walks of life but a formal education or a college degree is not the sole measures of success.

Starting off with a big team in order to become successful in this field is not a requirement. You just have to begin building yourself, achieving your personal goals with the people you love, and collaborating on your team as it grows. The work is tough, it demands skills, but there are tremendous rewards in the end. Karl Hughes presents valuable tips, value statements, and learnings that every individual will find insightful. Here are some of the valuable AHA messages and then the entire book can be read and shared via AHAthat on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook:

Realizing a successful life means deviating from the norm and living beyond social construct. How do you make the most of your time in going out to work and providing for yourself and the people you love? Karl Hughes will give you a glimpse of a future you may not have thought of.

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