When Ollie Fequiere was six years old, he started a bath bomb business that quickly became popular with his friends and classmates. What lessons can we learn from Ollie?
Bad behavior is sometimes punished to teach us a lesson. But with or without formal punishment, every action, good or bad, has natural consequences that teach us important lessons?
To make a change in the world, you have to be able to convince other people that your ideas are the right ones. This means changing minds and hearts, but which one is more important?
Today, Connor and Brittany talk about the Boston Massacre and why the trial that took place after became such an important lesson in our justice system.
You’ve already heard from Brittany and Ronni, so today, Connor chimes in to tell us which historical figures he would most want to meet.
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