Hey! I'm highly interested in a job involving public speaking and motivation. What would be the best course of action in order to achieve a career like that? Thank you in advance for the insight, if you do read an answer this.
I don’t have a smart phone, I have a flip phone that’s circa 2007 at the latest. I don’t quite remember how it worked out like that, but when it comes to the creep of technology, the one object that did always weird me out, to a degree, was a smart phone.
“I know you fellow .01%ers tend to dismiss this kind of argument; I’ve had many of you tell me to my face I’m completely bonkers. And yes, I know there are many of you who are convinced that because you saw a poor kid with an iPhone that one time, inequality is a fiction. Here’s what I say to you: You’re living in a dream world. What everyone wants to believe is that when things reach a tipping point and go from being merely crappy for the masses to dangerous and socially destabilizing, that we’re somehow going to know about that shift ahead of time. Any student of history knows that’s not the way it happens. Revolutions, like bankruptcies, come gradually, and then suddenly. One day, somebody sets himself on fire, then thousands of people are in the streets, and before you know it, the country is burning. And then there’s no time for us to get to the airport and jump on our Gulfstream Vs and fly to New Zealand. That’s the way it always happens. If inequality keeps rising as it has been, eventually it will happen. We will not be able to predict when, and it will be terrible—for everybody. But especially for us.”—Nick Hanauer’s “The Pitchforks are Coming… For Us Plutocrats." (via twiststreet)
Hello. I made an excellent sandwich spread by pureeing peanut butter, pistachios, sriracha, sesame seeds, a teeny bit of soy and basil. It is good. I think I shall have to put it on chicken and then cook the chicken.