World domination with in one generation!

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I have a plan to take over the world with in one generation. Would you like to hear about my master plan?

As you may or may not know, the world is still in a big financial rut. Everyone is still trying to recover from their lost. People of age can not retire over flooding the job market with over qualified workers. People fresh into the job market can not find a decent job, due to the flood of over qualified retirees. Young couple can barely afford to feed themselves, let alone think about having children of their own. The current state of this generation is in big trouble.

My master plan! We as a community must take advantage of this opportunity to repopulate the world with blasians. Before you know it, blasians will be running and taking charge of everything from government to every area of sports! This might be a little hard at first, but I know we can do it together.

My formula for success is a blend of old traditions mix with some new ones. Old traditions will be one parent work outside of the home, and the other work inside of the home; one minds their financial business, and the other minds the kids that they will bring up together as a family. The new, use technology to bring everyone together as a community to share in everyone's success in life no matter if it is inside or outside of the home. Blasianton, and others similar to it, are such community that can bring us together. Even though we live miles apart, as a community, we can still come together within our online community.

Please come join me in taking over the world within one generation.

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JaydeDragon's picture

If you think and do what you've always thought and done, then you continue to get what you've always gotten. Change your thinking, attitude, actions, and you see a change in results.

ForeLone's picture

People like you and I may not be as affected as much. We have enough life experience to get ourselves and our loved ones through any rough times. I am just very concerned about our world's current situation. There aren't enough jobs to go around, and if there are jobs, they are just in the lower ranking positions of the service industry. With jobs like these, many new couples may be struggling day to day or week to week. They may not even think of having kids under later on in life; and when they do, they find out the hard way that it is very difficult to have children after a certain age.

In short, I do agree with what you are saying. In times like these, we should all keep a positive and strong attitude on life. We can not afford to slip or we will fall and may have a harder time getting up every time we do.

JaydeDragon's picture

I think the problem is that so many people don't remember what it was like for those who lived through the Depression back in the day or even days before that. There were times in the 70s, 80s, where it was really hard. It's not just right now. Times were always this way. Think of how it was for those during the medieval times. When I was a kid, we didn't have much. My mother fed us with cornbread, sauerkraut, potatoes, and neckbones (which didn't really have a lot of meat on them anyway) but we went to bed full. We didn't get a lot of things so many people take for granted. I've struggled and I'm still struggling but I chose to think a different way. I'm DETERMINED as I have always been. You fall down, you get back up, you fall down, you get back up, you fall down, you get back up, and so on, and so on. Failure is another stepping stone to success and I choose and play to win. It is tough as a single parent and I have been for many years. Still, I choose to think the way I do. Those people during the hard times back then persevered. They survived and this, too shall pass. However, if you choose to drown then you will. If you choose to survive, then you will. People have forgotten how to do that, to learn how to survive.

ForeLone's picture

Well I am mainly referring to life in NYC or in any city. Seem like nowadays the only jobs available here are service jobs like in restaurants or dept stores. Just two years ago, I was on an interview, and a good portion of the candidates where 15 to 20 years older than I was. To me, they seem like people who should apply for executive positions, and not jobs on my level.

What is the job market like in your area?

JaydeDragon's picture

I completely understand what you're saying. Many companies have downsized so the executive level people are applying for jobs you say are on your level. To answer your question, Kentucky is a Commonwealth state if that makes any sense (it doesn't to me and don't ask me to explain it LOL). We actually do have many jobs. It depends upon the industry. For example, my eldest daughter just got a job working in the hospital. There are tons of jobs there. The food service yes but other places, too. Tons of jobs in the gyms as well oddly enough. It depends upon where you look. However there IS a catch. There are tons of jobs here but Kentucky is a Good Ol' Boy type of state. That means that you can find a job if you are a certain shade. That's not always the case but for the most part it is. It's easier for a Black woman to get a job here than a Black male. Many Asian people here either have their own companies or they actually do well in the job markets here. That's just from what I observe but I could be wrong, too statistically. What I was referring to is that one must learn to adapt to any situation. People have gone through tough times for centuries but we as humans have survived. Otherwise the human race would have died out a long time ago. People panic when they no longer can afford luxury things instead of being able to get by on what I was talking about. I like to think of it this way. If you never had anything yet you survived, then you will be able to weather the storm. However when you've had everything and it suddenly gets taken away from you the first thing I see people wanting to do is jump off a bridge or hang themselves. For what? I think it's the perspective that people are losing sight of. You were saying that people can't find a job. I've seen people turn janitorial/facilitation type of jobs into businesses. My neighbor turned cleaning houses into a business. If the food service job is available and you can cook.....I've seen one woman take her food to construction sites where the workers who didn't have time to go to lunch would buy her food. People can't afford to go to the gym but I can come to your house to train you for half the fee. See what I mean? If you're good with computers, you can make house calls to fix people's computers. It's how you look at it. If you have an entrepreneurial mind, a good imagination, a determined spirit, and faith you can make it.