‘We have to stop telling kids to blindly follow their passion and show them the opportunities that exist.’
In the real world, our interests wax and wane with our experiences and choices. They rarely provide the grist that sustains a career over the long haul.
Mike Rowe shared some of the most reasonable thoughts and reflections on the election we’ve seen from a celebrity yet.
And other tales from the man who would be a presidential candidate if it didn’t make him throw up in his mouth.
‘Never follow your passion, but always bring it with you.’
If businessman Donald Trump gets the GOP nomination, here are five ideas for who he should consider for his vice president.
‘”College For All” might sound good on the campaign trail, but in real life, it’s a dangerous platitude that reinforces the ridiculous notion that college is for people who use their brains, and trade schools are for people who use their hands.'”
In a Facebook post, Mike Rowe explained why Obama’s push for stricter gun control won’t stop the bad guys from getting their hands on guns.
On his Facebook page yesterday, Mike Rowe revealed that over 500,000 people have asked him to run for president in 2016. Will he or won’t he?
Today, more parents would accept their son’s declaration that he identifies as a girl than that he wants to be an underwater welder.
Getting beaten out by Jon Stewart for The Daily Show was the best and worst thing that ever happened to him.
If Scott Walker can run for president, he is challenging the basic cultural class identity of the mainstream left.
‘Dirty Jobs’ star Mike Rowe recently took to his Facebook page to right an overlawyered injustice.
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