don't spend your nows doing something you hate. Even if you have to do something you love on the side, it's better to do that with the hope it will become something significant enough to displace your nine-to-five than to suffer in the now.
You've heard the term "Velvet Handcuffs." It describes a job with benefits so compelling, leaving is a non-choice. Even if you hate the work. Gotta feed the kids, pay that mortgage. Velvet Oppression is similar. It is oppression, but oppression so good-feeling alternatives pale in comparison. You hear it all the time: "I hate this … Continue reading Why earning a living is “velvet oppression”
Society benefits economically when people are free to choose. That doesn't happen today. But it can. Here's how.
Editor's note: We had a visitor ask a question and thought others might have the same or similar questions. How does Copiosis addresses [wealth] inequality is unclear since property can be transferred and currently less than 10% of the people own more than 80% of the resources. How do you get the 10% to distribute the … Continue reading How to make wealth inequality a good thing