Well, I would take it one step deeper, if I could Chuck. I think we’re in the middle of the single greatest technological inflection point since Gutenberg invented the printing press.
I think the workplace is fundamentally being transformed. And what Bill Clinton said back in 1992 just doesn’t apply anymore.
What did he say in that convention, “If you work hard, play by the rules, you should be in the middle class.” Well, good luck with that.
Today you have to work harder, relearn faster, retool, reengineer. And, you know, Eliana went to college with my daughter– which shows how old I am. Okay? And I always used to say, “When I graduated from college, I got to find a job.”
When my daughters graduate from college, they have to invent a job. That’s what’s new. All right? And then, you may get lucky and get your first job, but you’ve got to invent, reinvent. And nobody wants to trust the people with that truth. Because it’s really scary.