Out of the many stories that I read as a child growing up Episcopalian (which for me to explain the denomination to anyone unknown would phrase as, “Diet-Catholic”) was the story of Noah. The account of Noah was scribed thousands of years ago, and was carried in the religions of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, among others respectfully. With that said, I will now skip forward in time thousands of years to present-day. I will certainly come back to our biblical pal Noah later.
Recently, CEO/Founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg made a commencement speech at his Alma Mater for Harvard University. To follow that true statement, let me also state the truth that I have not myself seen his speech, first-hand. I can tell you however that there is a lot of buzz/hearsay (perhaps mostly by Millennials) that he may be running for president in 2020. In his speech, he touched on the necessity of new job creation, but not in the manor that America is used to.
Long story short; completely new jobs will come only after losing millions of old ones.
There is no doubt that if you… (read more…)