The Presidential Election
A “do nothing” Congress
A rising national debt
Problems in education
There are many concerns for the people of the United States and throughout the world. But few people would argue that one of the biggest concerns is the unemployment crisis. That concern and a solution are why we’re reaching out to you today…
“Whoever latches onto the ideas in JOBS, How the United States Can Reach Long-Term Full Employment should be the next president of the United States. Both the Republican and Democratic Party fully understand that the hot topic in the election will be jobs. My book, JOBS, details my 10 building blocks that show how the United States can reach long-term full employment, ending the huge job losses we experience with every economic downturn. The beauty of these 10 building blocks is that these solutions do not require any help from the government other than what is in the pipeline already.
I describe how every American worker can benefit from my ideas backed by my peer reviewed research study, and learn to transition into the knowledge worker economy. I call this a sort of revolution because the American people need to be jolted into thinking in terms of life-long learning and training to keep up with changes and advancements in science, technology, medicine and new things we have never heard of, or thought about. Our workforce needs to be ready for these new types of employment and forget about relying on low skilled, low pay, jobs that we need to let go overseas. Our society is evolving at break-neck speed, and so are the types of jobs we will have, and so is the need for preparation of the American people to meet this challenge.
Some Suggestions for Ways to Participate
- Written interviews – host sends questions in writing
- Internet radio shows – live or recorded interviews
- Guest posts or articles about various topics relevant to content of the book
- Sending copies of the book for people to review
- We are also very open to other ideas
- (There is no charge to participate and we promote your site as part of this tour.)
About the Program That Sparked the Idea for JOBS:
Wisdom in the Streets and my current book represent projects that are new and unique. Wisdom has never been done, a book like mine has not been written. This book solves unemployment in the perfect world, ie: If everyone followed the strategies and new theories I present, ups and downs of unemployment would be significantly reduced and we would achieve long-term full employment. Wisdom leverages specific volunteer talent to improve businesses such that new jobs are created and ready and willing job seekers are there to fill the jobs, both complete with a volunteer mentor who advises each regarding how to succeed.
Briefly, Wisdom in the Streets helps businesses to improve operations such that they can create NEW jobs and Wisdom has job seekers ready for those positions. Wisdom will be made up of volunteers who advise the businesses and integrate the new employees into that business. This mentor follows the business and the new employee so that they are both successful. The mentor can be someone in that neighborhood who has a business background or he or she can work with the businesses and the new employee by phone, e-mail and so on. Wisdom selects “Advocate Volunteers” who are from the neighborhood who are neighborhood leaders or people who care about the neighborhood. Advocates help oversee which businesses need help and track qualified job seekers to keep a ready list of job seekers to fill these new jobs.
Dr. T. William Hefferan, DBA, MBA, CCIM, CPM.
How do you describe a person who is a scholar, author, entrepreneur, adventurer, seaman, triathlete and author? Dr. T. William Hefferan has done 12 Alaskan expeditions, descended to the floor of the Grand Canyon and summated in the dark of night back up to the South Rim — 9 degrees F — in just over 15 hours (an apparent world record) and has done everything imaginable on the sea, from sailing the east coast to hydroplane racing. Designer/developer of commercial investment real estate projects as President/CEO of a 100 employee company.
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