Last night as Gail posted her blog; Children Are Our Future, I was also writing a blog on; Children Are Our Future. Since it was so late and I was tired, I decided to wait until the morning to complete my writing. When I went to the blog site the next day, I saw Gail’s post and thought, wow, that is a well-written post about a subject that is dear to my heart. Great minds think alike. We have had other times we have felt the same and agreed. We call her my sister from another mother. Lol lol. Being serious again, I am sure others have similar feelings as Gail and me.
There is a need to reeducate some of these young ones leaving high school and especially college. The education system is not what it once was. We need to educate better and nurture the younger ones. It is not only the book learning of which I speak, but how to play, and work together with honor and respect to everyone, and if you fall or fail at something, do not blame others; just pick yourself up and keep going.
I have felt that our education system failed by not giving more lessons on how to handle money and provide them with an understanding of business; of course, this would be taught according to the age groups. I know that the parents should also teach this, but unfortunately, many of the parents need to be informed. As the children learn, they could ultimately be an asset to the homes. What these young learn and apply as they become adults in the business arena, is crucial to our economic survival.
I thought as I read Gail’s article about how smart and openminded they are to all the new technology. When I got my first smartphone, and all the others after, my younger grandchildren showed me how to use them and still do today, when necessary. Thank God for intelligent minds.
The children of the future have been learning new ways since infancy, with baby tech toys, and the TV programs geared to the little simulatable minds. There is Baby Einstein, Baby’s Favorite places, and so on. Toddlers have their smartphones, computers, and tablets to keep them entertained. There are videos and video games for all ages on their tablets, on mom or grandmama’s iPhone or smartphone. Then the preteens and the teenagers with their eyes glued to their smartphones and their fingers flying, tapping constantly on the keypad. How do their fingers move that fast? Their minds are free to learn and embrace more and more technology. Gail spoke of them being more readily accepting of the digital currencies, the blockchain, and all the algorithms, etc.
Even being in my seventies, I want to learn, and I want to share with everyone I can. I am still being educated but can offer what knowledge I have. We have a wealth of knowledge from Gail; her first steps to teach the young found in her blog, Quarantined Quandry, She has many helpful articles, and how toos in the forum, we can ask questions in the helpline section of our Discord chat room, and we gain a great deal of knowledge from this blog site. We have a tremendous amount of assistance and encouragement.
As you can see from the list above, and many youtube videos, we have several tools and places to get help to educate, and this is as to their age-appropriateness. We prepare them for when they are ready to step into their own business with Compumatrix and Network International Incorporated, CNII, aka, Compumatrix.
Today I was cleaning out a closet where I had old files and tax info stored. I am going digital now. I came across one of the many tools we used to aid us in building our MLM business. We were told it was good to have two people working together, holding meetings, holding one on one sessions and always to have someone ready on the line to do a three-way call when recruiting on the phone to give us credibility. We were encouraged to go out two by two, just as Jesus sent His disciples forth two by two. Sorting through old papers, I ran across a sheet of paper that had a picture of two rabbits standing together, and behind these two, there were four rabbits; behind these were eight, and so on and so on, they kept multiplying to thousands, millions, trillions. My thought was if we each only told two people, and they kept increasing, how rapidly Compumatrix and Networks International Incorporated will grow, and grow, and grow. With this steady growth, there will be stability and strength in the future, and Henry Banayat and David Morris are at the helm, keeping up to date on all new technology, our company will stay on the cutting edge. Can you see it beyond now, to what it will become many years from now?
Wow, friends, we are in the right place at the right time.