Like many of you, I really get into TED talks – the series of brief videos that run the gamut of everything we find interesting in this world.  And more and more of these talks have been centering on the idea of income inequality and its effects on nations around the world.  It’s the old argument about the 1% and the rest, but with an increasing number of economists and researchers weighing in on how it destroys our capacity to grow and respond as citizens, companies, and nations. Venture capitalist and millionaire entrepreneur, Nick Hanauer, wrote an op-ed for Bloomberg News that went hyper-viral.  It talked about how it’s not the wealthy that create jobs and prosperity but the delicate link between companies and…