One of the most frustrating things for me is to sit and listen to “experts” talk about a problem. They take the simplest of things and make them unnecessarily complicated. And what’s even more frustrating is that oftentimes they do not offer practical solutions and specify definitively how the problem should be solved. It seems like the more experts we have, the more we are unable to solve problems. Have you ever thought of it? The expert cottage industry has been growing and growing and yet we’re no closer to any solutions to the major problems America and the world face. For example, each of the areas below has thousands of experts, and yet no one can offer solutions to anything even though these problems have been around for many, many years. Astonishing, isn’t it?
2) The education crisis in the USA
3) The persistent economic problems facing the USA (jobs & economic growth)
4) The USA debt problem
5) The USA healthcare crisis
6) The drug problem
7) Gangs & guns
8) Inner city poverty in the USA
9) The Israeli-Palestinian conflict
10) Third World poverty
So why is it that experts are not able to solve problems? Listen in for my unique and unbiased perspective.
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