Contentment and apathy

Is your apathy putting you to sleep?

Is your apathy putting you to sleep?

Two reasons why some new businesses don’t make it beyond their first two years.

They don’t know and they don’t care.

Ignorance and apathy. A dangerous combination for any business.

The same can be said for our life. You may not know what you should be doing and you may not care.

That’s a bad way to be a leader. Or a good way to be a bad leader.


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4 Responses to Contentment and apathy

  1. Patty Hebert says:

    Unfortunately it is also a sign of our entitled times. Instead of working towards goals or success many people expect it to be handed to them.

    Does this trend stem from handing out trophies, for example in town soccer leagues, to every child just for showing up? I don’t personally know. But I see the entitlement rising in our youth and I do wonder from where it stems.

    • David says:

      Unfortunately is right, Patty. I have someone close to me that has the proverbial hand out and refuses to do any kind of work because they “can’t” work. They were never taught the value of work by their parents and so living off of someone else is no big deal.

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