Have you been giving any thought lately to what the world will be like for your kids, or your grandchildren, once they’re out of college and looking for work?
Looking for the workplace would be more like it, because half of the workplace as we know it today will have disappeared, victim of robotics and foreign wages. That’s just part of the problem. China will be the world power exerting its muscle --they’ve been buying up countries and building islands in the sea for giant warplanes -- the economy will still be on its way back, the banks will still be too big to fail, and K street will still be the strongest arm of government.
That is, unless we do something about it.
Would you like to be part of an effort to prepare parents in how to prepare their kids for the years ahead?
Life would be a lot simpler, if we could be texting the Voice of God to one another. It would probably be a different voice for each of us, heard only on occasion, usually when things aren’t going so well and we’re listening better. That would be meaningful in itself, to benefit from all the different life trials and the different ways we have responded to those trials.
Some of us have been the good listener for dozens of men experiencing a wide range of life’s trials. We’ll try to pass along, right here, some of what we have learned from them about life. No preaching, no agenda, no judgments, just observations, so tune in whenever you feel like it.
One of the virtues of sculpting is that you can be thinking of something else while your hands are busy creating something that will be cherished for a lifetime. My something else is usually someone else’s problem.