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Posted Feb 03 2013 8:42am
Already, many hospitals in countries Toms Shoes for Women with socialized medicine need to make tough decisions such as "Who will live and who will die?" They make those decisions purely on how much money they have and how old the patients are. If the patient is old, they often will give the medical care to someone younger. The older poor patient gets put to the back of the line.  So just as the rich can afford better education, the rich will be able to keep themselves alive, while those who have little wealth will die.
So I wonder, are workers looking into the future or just until their next paycheck, never questioning where they are headed?
When I speak to adults who want to earn more money, I always recommend the same thing. I suggest taking a long view of their life. Instead of simply working for the money and security, which I admit are important, I suggest they take a second job that will teach them a second skill.  Often I recommend joining a network marketing company, also called multilevel marketing, if they want to learn sales skills. Some of these companies have excellent training programs that help people get over their fear of failure and rejection, which are the main reasons people /j are unsuccessful. Education is more valuable than money, in the long run.
When I offer this suggestion, I often hear in response, "Oh that is too much hassle," or "I only want to do what I am interested in."
To the statement of "It's too much of a hassle," I ask, "So you would ; rather work all your life giving 50 percent of what you earn to the government'" To the other statement-"I only do what I am interested in"-I say, "I'm not interested in going to the gym, but I go because I want to feel better and live longer."
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