Who’s going to fix it
Lots of us are unemployed or underemployed, or unhappily employed.
Lots of us are waiting for someone to fix it for us.
The problem, however, is that this is disempowering. Waiting leads to stagnation, fear, hatred, vulnerability.
Therefore, we must practice telling ourselves the following truths:
The government isn’t going to fix it for us.
Employers aren’t going to fix it for us.
Tech startups aren’t going to fix it for us.
We’re going to fix it for us.
How? By deciding that we have value to contribute to this world, and learning how to contribute it.