Clearly, not everyone is open to change and it may be true to say that resistance to change increases with age. Having said that, I am prepared to wager that the proportion of people resistant to change is fast decreasing.
If you've ever had an extended stay from family and were frantically keeping up appearances, you'll recognise some of these shenanigans!
Baby Boomers: The list of our sins is as long as anyone wants to make it. But the joy for the Millennials is that by 2030 they will inherit what is estimated to be $68 Trillion.
I want future generations to understand that we, too, faced challenges, made our mark, and we also wanted to leave a better world for our own children and grandchildren.
This election finds us facing yet another number of crises current and speculative that are unique and have the potential for unprecedented chaos.
History indicates the economy does not have to suffer enduring damage from a pandemic. The Spanish flu was followed by the roaring 20s, and the 1957 flu bore few lasting effects.
President Xi Jinping is out to undermine Western democracies and their economies, and impose the CCP’s values in a China-centric system of refurbished international institutions.
Most universities have lagged terribly at exploiting technology for instruction and been reluctant to outsource the standardized content such as in 101 courses.
Folks will be flying less but Zooming more. Planes at two-thirds capacity will require higher fares or airlines will take another trip through bankruptcy.
COVID-19 has left the U.S. and global economies in tough shape.