I started early, maybe around 5:30 a.m. And finished around 2:30 p.m. today.
‘Out of the industrial and into the information age.’
“The very idea of lifetime employment with a single company – an ideal so proudly championed by ibm in its heyday – is as anachronistic as a manual typewritter.”
You know what, I found out something. Edison didn’t invent the light bulb, he perfected it. He is also the founder of General Electric. The book is only about 117 pages. I’m just going to give you my favorite line out of the book, it’s on page 90:
“Women 50 or older, trying to re-enter the world of corporate employment? You don’t even want to know.”
This book reassured me, most Americans are struggling to support themselves. One reflection I got is that money can be the least important thing in life.