It Takes More Than A Pandemic

Economic machines are not that fragile

Image from my book “The Machine”

Let’s just start out and say that the economy is a machine. With many moving parts and factors contributing to proper operation, it is pretty clear that there are parallels. It is outlined rather simply here in this book.

I’ve done my fair share of traveling and have noted the various economic conditions across the country…

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Project Manager, blogger, writer. I write about the struggles of adult life and how to grow as a person. I welcome all open discussions.

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Project Manager, blogger, writer. I write about the struggles of adult life and how to grow as a person. I welcome all open discussions.

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