To many, debt has become a necessary evil to just get by. By getting a debt reduction blueprint, this necessary evil may be a thing of the past.
You get a job, so you can afford to have a life. But then you spend all your time at work, and end up with no time to live the life you’re working for. Why?
Debt. **Mic drop** Continue reading “Debt’s Double-Sided Sword is Really Sharp on One Side”
Many are afraid that with the automation of technology, not only will we see a larger cultural divide between the haves and have-nots, but economic inequality will become even more pronounced. I have to disagree. Continue reading “Technology Will Not Increase Inequality”
Previously posted on GenFKD.
A third wave of economic transformation is nearly here, according to a new report by the Kauffman Foundation.
Kicking off with a pep talk from Steve Case, AOL co-founder and author of the Third Wave, who outlines the growth and entrepreneurship that will revolutionize a millennial-led economy.
Continue reading “The Next Wave of Tech Disruption”
Previously posted on GenFKD
In a political climate dominated by a two-party system, Libertarians are constantly confused as off-brand Republicans. Although the two groups sometimes align on issues, there are stark ideological differences between them, particularly in this era of Trump. So let’s, briefly, clear up any (mis)understandings of what the Libertarian Party platform is all about. Continue reading “Libertarians are NOT Republicans”