Grateful, Pleased, and Still Dissatisfied

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Some people are ungrateful and displeased. They believe that in order to be grateful they would have to have something that they now don’t have, that they would have be someone they yet are not. Ungrateful people believe that they can only be happy when they finally acquire what … [Read more...]

The Hustler’s Playbook: The New Rules for Hustlers

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You won’t work for “the company,” keep a low profile, work for 47 years, and collect the gold watch. Whether you work inside a big company or hang up your own shingle, you are going to have to make your own way. The idea your parents and grandparents thought was safe is now the … [Read more...]

Morning in America

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Christopher Ingraham at the Washington Post, citing a Brookings Institution report, notes that U.S. businesses are being destroyed faster than they are being created. His article begins, “The American economy is less entrepreneurial than at any time in the last three … [Read more...]

On Psychological Poverty

On Psychological Poverty

Some people live in poverty. Real, physical poverty. They can’t meet life’s basic fundamental needs, like food, water, shelter, and clothing. Too many people are truly impoverished, and they deserve our help. But there is another kind of poverty. This kind of poverty is far more … [Read more...]