This is an interview with John Hawkins about his first book, “101 Things All Young Adults Should Know”. It’s packed with a lot of good advice distilled down so that it’s easy to pick up, read a bit, get something out of it, and come back to it later. With chapters titles like Friendship, Love, Health, Career, Living Life to the Fullest, Adulting, and even a chapter called “No Regrets”, this covers a wide range of topics in a very practical manner.

John Hawkins has run his own successful business since 2005, though the book notes that he had quite a few jobs before that. He is one of the most widely read conservative columnists in America. His work regularly appears on the website Townhall.com and he has also been published in the Huffington Post, Washington Examiner, The Hill, Human Events, and PJ Media, among many other outlets. His own website, Rightwingnews.com, is one of the biggest conservative websites on the Internet, and his new website DefiantMasculinity.com covers issues relating to masculinity and men’s rights. Now, hearing this, you may think that this book is going to be very political. It’s not, and we actually touch on that.

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101 Things All Young Adults Should Know

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