This year we are living in the most dynamic and rapidly changing economy of the entire history except for next year, and a year later, and the rest of our working life. The days of being able to get a college education, then get a good job for life, giving you the financial security and retirement are gone forever. There will be more changes in their current field in the next year has never been before. All we know for certain about the future is to be different from the past. And not only is change inevitable, the rate of change is accelerating.
And these changes will affect all parts of your life. The future will bring more competition in their field than ever before. More and more people and businesses struggle to take advantage of economic opportunity and customers. And the competition is both relentless and determined. It is both nationally and internationally. Your competitors want your business, and will do anything to get it.
This new economy opens up more opportunities in their field before each, but will be in different areas. The possibilities are opening at this very moment for you to sell your product or service to different customers in different forms in different places and in different ways. People who focus on the opportunities ahead, rather than get in the problems of the past, will be the people who enjoy the benefits of tomorrow. Government and university studies have concluded that a college graduate with a professional degree will have an average of ten to twelve different jobs or careers during their working lives.