The Enemy of Success in the Information Age

In the information age, the worst pressure on a world leader with the stature of the American president comes from the media and self-styled pundits who regularly pass judgment on his success and failure on various major domestic and foreign policy issues that capture attention.  What gives these pundits an edge over the “informed public” is that these pundits have time, the gift of the gab, and outlets available to publicize their visions of the future, which they see through their highly clouded lenses. 

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