This is the most important question you can ask yourself and will determine the future of your overall abundance. It’s the Real Tug of War We Face. You can answer this question by answering another question honestly.
We recently engaged in an interview with a policy leader with a top university in Canada. One critical trend we all need to be aware of which is fast bringing forth our next world crisis is “The Death of Average”.
Through our experiences in economic development and the media we’ve witnessed something very troubling. Working with many communities we’ve have noticed people are experiencing a deep sense of loss. A feeling of defeat due to challenges in the global economy along with the displacement of jobs due to technology.
Let us start first with a harsh reality. No matter what anyone is saying – the global economy is rough out there and it is only going to get worse. See, the World has changed; however, we’re still running on old and faulty THINKING.
Technology is changing on a daily basis as the world around us becomes more automated through the use of Artificial Intelligence & Robots. And according to a study from Oxford University, 45% of the jobs in the world will be eliminated in the next 25 years due to this and other disruptive technology.
The past mistakes I have made in business have helped me to gain skills and knowledge to improve my ability to seek out and carry through better business opportunities and get on the path to achieving personal and financial freedom once and for all.
Today’s topic is about the top trends in online training which is by far one of the most interesting questions we get asked when it comes to people deciding whether they should start learning more about the digital economy.
Solving the secret shame of the middle class is our attempt to address the horrific dilemma posed in “The Secret Shame of Middle Class Americans”, an excellent article by Neal Gabler. In it he delves into the reality that nearly half of Americans would have trouble finding $400 to pay for an emergency.