From automobiles to newspapers, evolution in technologies, as well as changes in temperament and taste, are yielding significant and everlasting changes in whole industries, to include seeing to their outright elimination. This condition will persist long after the current, shorter-term economic troubles have ended, and for many the remedy will be found with adaptation; the ability to recognize, with great foresight, the societal changes in direction and smartly react to them.
Adaptation is not always pleasant, because adaptation means more work and sacrifice. That said, the writing is on the wall, my friends, and those who choose not to see it may well find themselves represented in unemployment figures long after the current economic mess is a part of history.
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Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor-At-Large www.ChristianMoney.com