The rapid development of technology and globalization has changed the leverage points in accumulating wealth: money, meaning and freedom.
Those that don't adapt are becoming trapped in the downward spiral of a dying middle class - working harder and earning less.Entrepreneurs that understand the new paradigm have created unprecedented wealth in their lives and the lives of those they love.
©2015 Taylor Pearson (P)2015 Taylor Pearson
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"Serious food for thought, but more so for action"
The End of Jobs by Taylor Pearson, brings to light the risks of staying the course of the status quo, when it comes to traditional jobs, while encouraging less is more when it comes to true freedom and fulfillment. As always, one will find some bones to spit out, but there was plenty of meat for actionable thought nourishment.
This was a great book. Useful information headed out in a logical way. However, most importantly, is has moved me to take action. I am inspired, and I now know that now is the time. Thanks.
"I think he's on to something here !"
The reality of what's really going on around us. He's done his research and seems to be well informed.
some parts were funny, some were somewhat surprising. Makes complete sense to me, I have believed this for many years. The age of the Entrepreneur ! Love it !
Loved the audio book. I'm on my second listen. We need more people with vision like Taylor.
"Audio Better than Book: B/C of Extras"
Connects dots on trends currently taking place that relates to the livelihoods of everyone.
Having read the book, the author makes a bunch of aside comments that augment the info.
See him live. Good Stuff.
Too long for that.
loved the material and information on leading ways to develop and fast grow you buisness with minamal effort or expense.
"a nice surprise"
this book was a breath of fresh air to the career management industry. That's someone that's been in the industry for over 20 years it's good to see that a young fresh thinker can bring so many novel insights to the world. I particularly enjoyed and bring forth the fourth economy information the idea of Leverage points. his introduction to the entrepreneurial way of the future seems Dead on and not with too much over overconfidence
Full of practical advice, reinforcing some ideas and providing new ones. I really liked the 90 days planning idea. The philosophy behind the end of jobs concept is really good and convincing. The out of script parts very valuable
"Very thought provoking and inspiring"
As a 28 year old college educated person with a great job, I think I really needed the perspective this book delivered. My parents' generation operated very well by going to college, finding jobs, and turning those jobs into well paying careers. I have so far followed that path as well, but as I watch the Millenial generation struggle to find jobs around me, I can see that the model is breaking down and I'm just lucky. The End of Jobs makes more sense of this trend. College degrees are less valuable as education becomes more easily attainable and jobs are being replaced by automation, outsourcing, and software. So what is there to do? That is what Taylor Pearson wrote this book to explain. Entrepreneurship is no longer a risky endeavor. In fact it is becoming less risky than taking a traditional job. If our generation is to succeed financially and ever have a hope of paying off our student loans, let alone attaining wealth, we will need to be more entrepreneurial. Fortunately, in doing so, we can find more meaning and enjoyment in our work along with more money.
"'could sense author's generous intention."
useful information and ideas that I could apply towards navigating and thriving in these challenging times.
"Very inspiring piece"
One of the better works of the genre. Pace is mildly slow, but acceleration is possible in the app.
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