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|Apr 16, 2014 1:42 pm||The World has Changed||#|
President - Sara Finkelstein
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|Apr 16, 2014 2:39 pm||re: The World has Changed||#|
Walter Paul Bebirian
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the questions that you placed in your post -
Why is it that one dedicates 4-5 years getting a college degree and then can’t find employment?
Why is it that preparing for and having a “good job” does not mean you will be set for a happy, carefree retirement?
Why is it that we’ve been taught to study hard in school, work hard at a job (or career) and you will be successful?
can be answered simply by understanding that none of the questions posed indicate anywhere that individuals be trained - taught - educated - encouraged or if you will - not even forced to think for themselves -
instead most of the activities - including what you are proposing - are things where people are following the crowd - everyone goes to college - everyone wants a good job - everyone who has one type of insurance has this other type of insurance and everyone is encourage to plan for retirement -
no one thinks of how much farther they can go without college - except for a Steve Jobs or Bill Gates -
entrepreneurs with positions of ownership in the companies in which the above two named individuals worked do not want jobs - but look to create jobs -
and people who earn enough from their own business often self insure building a much greater massive wealth trust than they might otherwise do purchasing insurance from another company -
this is a business networking platform so I would imagine that is OK to encourage people in ways that will help them succeed in their businesses including being different - or being crazy and Steve Jobs referred to in his famous ad - here's to the crazy one's -
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