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The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century: Thomas L. Friedman


Source: The World Is Flat 3.0: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century

This is an important book for understanding what the future holds for the global economy. Spoiler alert: you might not be part of it unless you can invent yourself as a valuable part of the big picture.

The most important take away is the concept of glocalization. There’s many professions that won’t exist in the coming automated and outsourced future. However, in place of the opportunities that once existed will blossom new and exciting industries like Internet of Things ($30 Trillion) that will require new skills and creativity.

There will be winners and losers and I personally don’t see a lot of people making the trip.

I am thinking the coffee shop or pub owner may have the best gig. (#worldsnumberonedrug)

 

Categories: Business, Computers, Economics, Linguistics, Management, Personal Development, Philosophy

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