The Industrial Age is Dead! And I’ll Prove It!
This is a topic that is near and dear to my heart – as an ex-aerospace factory worker. Thing don’t work that way anymore.
I have seen some dramatic changes in the way we do business and subtle ones that are hardly discernible, which is what I want to talk about.
“My concern is mainly how the kids are taught in school. Like Robert Kiyosaki mentions in Rich Dad Poor Dad “go to school, get a good education so you can get a good JOB”. I am a big fan of Robert and Kim Kiyosaki because they see this and are doing every thing they can to get smart money teaching into the educational system.”
No longer does the world economy need warm bodies to follow the planning and instructions, we have computers and robots for that. No longer are we required to save our money (assuming we could), because the family unit is so distant from the model that was used to create our current education system. Just rack up credit debt to buy stuff now and pay over time. Even buying a home, except for current times, was a no-brainer. As long as mom and dad made enough income the loan company approved it, even with a poor credit history.
What is required is a system build around creative planning that the kids themselves are involved in.
Just imagine: If you had the chance to submit your 2 cents as to how your school was performing and offering you the challenging classes, and they took that data are restructured the curriculum for the next term, what performance would you see in your grades and those of your peers? (not counting the slackers of course).
It is a Continuing Improvement system. Let the kids have a say in what they want to be and do when they get out of school. Rather than dictated to from an antiquated educational system that assumes they will be working 40 hours a week, 8 hours a day and 2 weeks for vacation.
and the world could soon very well be recovering from pollution, war and disease which is the world we have made for our children. What kind of crap is that? Find me on Facebook to get other ideas.
So, in summary, we watch anxiously as the world economy tries to get a grip on itself. It is comforting to me to know that my son has has this drip fed to him his whole life. He is also set up to inherit the wealth I have collected for him that is not tied to any volatile commodity. I am confident that he has a good understanding of what the world should require of him and he can make intelligent choices.
I really want to here your views on this subject and how it may affect you.