Ben Green has spoken to thousands of people about how to seek job and internship opportunities both at home and abroad. He speaks from experience, having held more than twenty jobs, traveled to twenty-four countries, and done business with people from more than thirty countries. He’s worked in Japan, Spain, and Brazil, and served as the vice president of a British software company with offices in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Japan.
Using his global experience, Ben wrote a book to help students gain an edge in the new global marketplace, aptly named The Global Superstar: How Your Students Can Develop an Advantage over Global Competition.
In this broadcast, Ben Green and I talk about:
- What inspired Ben to write his book: The Global Superstar
- Why we should care about global competition
- How can we prepare children for the future of a global marketplace?
- The fundamentals of being competitive globally
- Do our schools put our children at a disadvantage?
- How artificial intelligence and outsourcing will affect the future
How to connect with Ben Green Online:
- Ben’s Book: The Global Superstar: How Your Students Can Develop an Advantage over Global Competition
- Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future by Martin Ford
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