10 Vital Lessons About Resourcefulness From The RED PAPER CLIP GUY.


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10 Vital Lessons About Resourcefulness From The RED PAPER CLIP GUY.

Proverbs_16-3-1: Commit thy works unto the LORD, and thy thoughts shall be established Proverbs_16-3-1: Commit thy works unto the LORD, and thy thoughts shall be established

Hey! Have you ever felt like you couldn’t do something that you really wanted to do because you lacked the resources? If so, you are about to learn 10 vital lessons about resourcefulness from the “red paper clip guy.”


But first, let’s talk about how he got this odd nickname:
This is a guy who had a red paperclip, which he traded for a fish-shaped pen on July 14th, 2005.


He then traded the pen for a hand-sculpted doorknob, which he traded for a fully fuelled Coleman camp stove.


On September 24th, 2005, he traded the stove for a Honda generator, which he traded for an “instant party” (commitment to fill an empty keg).


He then traded the “instant party” to a comedian in exchange for…

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