FYI: People used to know their place. There was a ladder, and if you chose not to climb it, cool, but don’t tell us what is going on, what to believe.
If you lived through the sixties…we didn’t get everything we sought, but society did change, the youth had power, and then these same youth became narcissistic greedmongers in the eighties, and the nineties were an economic triumph, and then the internet blew it all apart.
You could understand the world prior to the internet, now you’re not sure what is going on. And every time you look, you’re insulted, you’re late to the game, you’ve got it wrong, to the point where you push back and say no, I do know, or lick your wounds and stray from the fray. Yes, the most important thing in the twenty first century isn’t money, although that is very important, but personality. Are you willing to get in someone’s face? Are you willing to stand up to criticism? Are you willing to bark back? Are you willing to do and say what’s expedient? Then you’ve got a chance.
Author bio, Bob Lefsetz
NOTE: read this two times this morning when first posted at FINVIZ news about 6am. Still digesting.
Bob Dylan. "I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine." Glad to find Joan in on this performance, too.
But, like the world we live in, he talks too much.
There really is no requirement to post daily when you have nothing to say.