Gluttony is defined as “excessive eating and drinking.” But, metaphorically speaking, just about anything one does in excess is gluttonous. Gluttony should not be confused with greed, which is an “excessive” desire to acquire wealth or material things. Everyone is greedy. That’s what motivates people to produce better products and services for others. They know […]
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Alert the media: Self-interest is neither good nor bad. It is simply a human trait. The entrepreneur acts in his own self-interest by producing goods and services that other people want, which he hopes will increase his own wealth and well-being. As a natural offshoot of this process, he also creates jobs. But it’s important […]
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