Do you really want a job?

Sally is a single mother. She successfully escaped poverty by creating her own preschool. Natural choice: she loves children. Her passion creates value: preschool is full, parents and children love it. Her paid staff (two other women) love it too. Partly because Sally pays higher than standard wages. Three years in Sally is making it. … Continue reading Do you really want a job?

More jobs please

Two activities consume our time on earth: sleeping and working. There may come a time when sleep is unnecessary. Never say never. As for working, that time is now. Increasing numbers of jobs are disappearing. Technology obsoletes man. In Portland, just three years ago parking structures were once staffed by at least one person per … Continue reading More jobs please