If you value the experience a person gets every year at only $100, the baby boomers' experience is worth $8 trillion, and that is for the most part wasted, because hardly anyone has noticed and appreciated it enough to capture and capitalize on it.
If 67,000 Toyota employees could come up with and implement nearly 600,000 improvements a year, what do you think 80 million baby boomers could come up with to help solve America's problems, create jobs, and get us back on track? But could we? Would we? Will we? What could another 75 million solutions mean to the U.S. economy.
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