It may be because of where and with whom I hang out, but these days Entrepreneurship seems to be the magic word of the day. Policy makers and economists tell us that with more of it the country will be more competitive, jobs will be created, we will stand up to China, we'll fix the national debt, we'll have a credible national medical insurance, etc. If only we had Steve Jobs at every corner the American Dream will be assured. It is all true, but it does not follow that it is true for all.
The message to high school and college grads these days seems to be: it's easy, be an entrepreneur, be a Jobs, or a Zuckerberg,or a Gates, have an idea and make it a Google. All true and as possible like inning Olympic medals, entering the NBA, winning the lottery, but let's be honest with the youngsters who struggle with figuring out how make a living for their future. The odds of all of that are pretty low and it takes much more than an idea.
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