“I think that a lot of businesses have failed because people don’t have passion, they have greed.” – Robert Herjavec
There are countless examples of where capitalism falls off-base and leads to marginal decision-making that has a negative impact on the greater whole. Wall Street, both in the cinemas and in practice, has always left a bad taste in my mouth. The “Greed is Good” ideology simply doesn’t cut the mustard in today’s marketplace: Customers are informed, governments are restrictive, and competitors are quick to exploit any who are brash enough to sacrifice long-term goals with short-sighted profits.
Now, as we shake many of the cobwebs off after the Great Recession, I have a rising suspicion that Gekko’s sentiments may begin to creep back into The mainstream. I want to take a moment to address the real harbinger of growth: Passion. After I received my BA, I interview with…
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