“Well, I spent six or seven years after high school trying to work myself up. Shipping clerk, salesman, business of one kind or another. And it’s a measly manner of existence. To get on that subway on the hot mornings in summer. To devote your whole life to keeping stock, or making phone calls, or selling or buying. To suffer fifty weeks of the year for the sake of a two-week vacation, when all you really desire is to be outdoors, with your shirt off. And always to have to get ahead of the next fella. And still — that’s how you build a future.” –Arthur Miller, Death Of A Salesman
Of the few predictions that I believe have a high chance of coming true over the coming 20-30 years, the one I tend to latch onto is Peter Drucker’s theory of an hour-glass America in which technological advances will … Read the rest of this article!