I’d be on board if making wads of cash from gullible people wasn’t always the motivating factor. The video at the end applauds entrepreneurship for making the world a better place, which I think is a good lesson to learn. But taking advantage of your granny’s bridge club because they think your cute is not what I’d like my kids learning.
I hate to say it, but I’m glad this guy isn’t my dad. Or my neighbor.
oops, “you’re cute” – sorry dad (my dad preached grammar, not entrepreneurship, to less success, I’m afraid).
You should check out Ken Robinson’s talk on Ted. Really great.
Wow – Thanks for posting.
And Ribbu – my point perhaps re: Grandmothers bridge club only showed one side. if they didn’t get value – they’d have quickly stopped buying. One of the women re-told me about it every summer for about 20 years after.
Entrepreneurs start companies – and our clients let us know if the value is worthwhile. Basic Supply & Demand. The jobs created, and taxes generated for the economy.
Thanks for the feedback though.
Cameron – point taken. I suppose that since money does make the world go ’round, it’s good someone is keeping it spinning.
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