The longstanding narrative of the past decades has been much the same: go to school, do well, graduate, get a good job. Naturally, however, with the advent of new tech and the internet, this path has split into infinite tributaries - many of which rely on this digital landscape for success.
Although the internet and other associated innovations have greatly multiplied the road to greatness, we still have very few people who are willing to take that path. As usual, we still have many hesitant folks who are openly against the imminent revolution.
It is not surprising to see youths who refuse to shop online because they fear that the online store will not deliver the correct item. Also, some people are still wary of online investment in digital currencies because they were once burned by fraudsters perpetrating Ponzi schemes.
The aim of this article is not to discard your fear or to downplay your suspicions. In fact, we are probably going to highlight other fears that you didn’t know before now. We are also going to give you reasons why, despite your fears, you should still forge ahead because there is more to gain than to lose.
In 2008, arguably the worst economic downturn that ever happened hit the global financial sphere and this occurrence caused a lot of people to re-evaluate their career choices. In several countries, this was when erstwhile accomplished managers and financial traders turned to the internet to start e-commerce businesses, and creative directors started selling their services online.
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