Thanks Jean. That’s a thought-provoking question. I can’t advise Forbes except they seek my advice in private, advising them publicly would definitely fall on deaf ears. I wish for a platform big enough to rival Forbes that would stick to the right standard. But that’s just a wish, plus Forbes might return to the standard. The only thing I can control is me.

I plan to educate as many people I can into pragmatic sense. I believe I will get greater platforms and opportunities to do that as time goes on. Also, I plan to be very rich, the kind of rich that gets Forbes attention. It’s easy to challenge the stance of Forbes if you are up there with those they celebrate.

Like they say, ‘be the change you want to see in the world’. This is the most reasonable answer from here. Cheers!

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