It’s a challenge that has plagued the country for decades: How do we give high schoolers the skills they need to succeed?
The answer is life-skills programs.
The skills they learn and apply to the real world, they then apply to their professional lives, which is a huge part of what we do as a society.
A lot of this can be taught in a classroom.
And we know from our experience in the arts, that we can get a lot out of life skills.
A lot of these programs are aimed at young people, particularly girls.
What I see is that they are focused on making them smarter.
They’re focused on changing their behaviour, and they’re focused more on helping them understand what’s going on around them, rather than just getting them to be successful.
That’s what I see as the challenge with life skills programs, because they can only go so far.
They can’t replace the work that young people need to do.
What you need to know about life skills is that the most important thing for people is to be self-sufficient, and there’s so much of a disconnect between the idea of being self-reliant and the work you have to do to be able to be that.
The challenge is that people think that life skills are about the skills themselves.
That’s not the case at all.
They are not about getting better at things, but the work and effort that needs to be done.
The key is that we get a good grasp of how to do that work, and how to use the tools that we have.
That means having a good teacher, a teacher that understands that what you’re doing with your life is about what you want, not what you need, and that you need the right tools.
You want to be a leader, you want to have a positive role model.
You want your friends to know that they’re part of something that is great.
And you want them to want to follow your lead.
There are things that you can do in life that are really, really important, but it’s important to know what you have, and it’s even more important to do it in the right way.