How to Resist Peer Pressure When Starting a Career - Adam Carter

In Chapter 14 or 16, micro-philanthropist and humanitarian Adam Carter shares how he has managed peer pressure and pressure to conform when carving his own, non-traditional career path. Upon graduating the University of Michigan in 1996, Carter opts to travel the world for several years, financing his travels through fund raising and a summer job selling beer at Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox baseball games. Viewed by many as not having direction, Carter continues his travel and, over time, evolves into graduate school at George Washington University and, then, a non-profit micro-philanthropy career financing communities projects.