Category Archives: behavior

She survived Hitler and wants to warn us

A story seen somewhere in internet that is worth reading and sharing:   Her name is Kitty Werthmann, and this is her story: “I am a witness to history. “I cannot tell you that Hitler took Austria by tanks and guns; … Continue reading

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Greed vs. Charity

Yaron Brook forwards the notion that industrial achievement is far more valuable to humanity than philanthropy. The Chinese have a wise proverb:  “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; show him how to catch fish, … Continue reading

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Other People’s Money

It is a film from 1991 that shows two different approaches to business: The view of Jorgy, who has inherited the company from his father, the New England Wire and Cable Company, who thinks a business is about the people associated … Continue reading

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Are you afraid of terrorism?

The remedy:

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Revolutionary monkey?

It seems that some monkeys can have a strong sense of fairness and equality.  See what happens with this capuchin monkey reacts to when he sees that equal effort is not rewarded equally…   And after some laughs, here is … Continue reading

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