Work Ethic Wednesdays, (on a Thursday.) Perhaps there are more important matters to discuss on this particular Thursday, than my attempts to award one million dollars in work ethic scholarships to a new batch of people who wish to learn a skill that’s in demand. On the other hand, when the coronavirus finally shuffles off its mortal coil, the need for skilled tradespeople will be keener than ever, and my foundation would love to help train the next generation. Which is why I’m interrupting our current panic to invite YOU to apply today for a work-ethic scholarship. That’s what Victoria Read More
Is it satisfying to see that every single thing in this article is PRECISELY what you’ve been saying for the last ten years,
As you can tell from my warm and welcoming expression,
It’s that time of year when I start sharing true stories of real people who applied for and received a mikeroweWORKS Work Ethic Scholarship.
I showed up on Tucker Carlson’s show to discuss the way I think the “state of work”
Is it weird to share a video from my foundation page
I just heard that your foundation awarded a work ethic scholarship to an inmate,
I need to do a better job of sharing letters like this one.
Caught up with the folks in B’more, then I headed up to Boston to shoot an episode of “This Old House.”
John “Gus” Murray has graduated from The University of Dirty Jobs – with Honors.
I was appalled though, when he showed me your “sweat pledge,” and told me that signing it was required of all applicants!! Where did you come up with this nonsense?
“Hey Mike, I don’t know if you remember my name”
Yesterday, circumstances conspired to compromise my credibility on this page in ways that demand an explanation.
Check it out. March 27, 2017 9pm, eastern.