It's a well-known fact that we all want the easy life. After all, who doesn't want to sit back, relax, without a care in the world and have everything we've ever wanted handed to us on a silver platter. All of us that live today want the freedom to do what we please when we please, and without a care in the world.
For some people, that's the idea of a vacation, or at least a weekend break from work. For others, that's how they want to live. And for others still, that's their reality day in and day out.
For that last group of people though? We define them as NEET.
NEET is a term that's used for people that ultimately mean "Not in Employment, Education, or Training", and is generally seen as a derogatory term for the sort of people who never quite grew up. The sort of people who let their childhood continue on into their adult years, and who are still stuck in a stage where they still rely on other people to help keep them alive and homeless. No matter where this help comes from; Government, Family, Friends or others.
The problem is, some people want to continue to live this way.
And others don't.
And that's fine. People are allowed to live as they want to. But for those that want to change there's a problem. Where do they turn and how do they get help to change their NEET lifestyle to one of production and education? Some NEET's are so set in their ways that they're unsure how to socially maneuver through life, and not know what resources are ultimately available to them. Simply put, some just know where to start.
The book series "From NEET to Neat" is designed to show those kinds of people where to start though, and how to get themselves ready. It’s a book series designed around the concepts of picking yourself up from the very bottom of the barrel and learn how to take responsibility for your life and take what you want with it. It's here to show how anyone, NEET or not, can take pride in themselves by joining society and where they can not only contribute to their own well-being but others that see them as examples of responsibility.
The second book in the series "*Money Issues, and Finding Work*" is a continuation of the first book "*The Basics*". While a lot of core concepts from the first book were touched up, the Second Book focuses on the specific areas of finding gainful employment.
The core of "*Money Issues, and Finding Work*" is designed to show NEET's how and where they can find work to earn a paycheck. Whether this work is online, Offline, or any other way, and how to build a resume from almost nothing.
It is the aim of this Book series to help motivate people into improving their lives and to find a place in society that's slowly becoming more and more dependent. To show people that they can stand on their own two feet, and give back to the people who have helped them in their lives. It is also with the hope that whoever does purchase, read, and follow the information within the "*NEET to Neat*" series becomes exactly that. Neat.