It’s not a surprise to see a lousy business file for bankruptcy. Before 2020, the Blockbuster bankruptcy wasn’t that big of a stir because Netflix and RedBox were already disrupting the market. The problems were evident. Netflix had good online tech.
The purpose of this report is to start the conversation in suburban areas like the Greater Vancouver, Washington area, part of the metropolitan area of Portland, Oregon, and as Vancouver competes with Washington’s major metropolis of Seattle. In addition, we hope to clarify issues with those who choose to start and stay on this journey of the business founder who is looking for resources and technical assistance.
As we go back to school in this crazy year of 2020, this is not a typical year. When I did the podcast episode “College is Failing America” a few months ago, we were in a much different situation. I also wanted to write about this because countless people have asked me what it’s like to be a college professor.
To set the stage, let’s begin with something you’ve done before. You walk into the store to look around. All you’re doing is killing some time and checking on possibly getting a bargain. Until a store clerk comes and speaks to you. The store clerk asks if you need any help, but you explain that you’re just looking.
Typically, I won’t talk about current events unless it directly deals with me in some fashion. In the last couple of years, I’ve had a few folks come up to me and ask my opinion of the former 49er’s Quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, kneeling during the national anthem.