April 12, 2010

Long but very good read- hits on economics, philosophy, morality, and modern examples of philanthropy

“…many younger workers do not accept that it takes long, concerted effort to build a career. “They’ve been blessed with parents and grandparents laying the foundation to give them a better life,” he said. “But that hunger is not really in them. But the desire for success is. They want to make money” but don’t want to put in the required hours or effort, he added.”

“America’s economy will undergo one of its biggest transformations in decades. This macroeconomic shift from debt and consumption to saving and exports will bring microeconomic changes too: different lifestyles, and different jobs in different places.”


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