TV personality Tila “Tequila” Nguyen recently posted a 23-minute long YouTube video explaining a contract she signed that apparently makes her God.
“Whether it’s Jesus, Allah … Yeshwah or whatever …” the Singapore-born, Houston-raised Nguyen began, “My dumbass self, I signed this contract without reading the fine print because I’m lazy like that. I signed my soul away to become God without reading the fine print,” she said according to the Houston Chronicle.
The “Tiger Mother” is back at it again with her parenting advice and this time it involves a “totally valid and legally enforceable” contract.
Amy Chua, a Yale University law professor, became famous for her controversial parenting tactics after she published them all in a bestselling book in 2011. Her “tiger mother standards” involved forcing her children to play musical instruments for hours a day, drilling them in math, forbidding sleepovers and definitely no dating.
In less than a decade, the entire notion of company culture may change. In a study by Inuit in 2010, more than 40% of the workforce in the U.S. will be temporary or freelance- around 60 million people. The U.S. government conducted this test in 2006 and found that 30% were temporary workers, falling over 40 million people. Clearly, the trend of working from home or on a contract basis is growing.
What does this mean for us? A number of things which include: