A few things. I don't expect a mcdonalds's employee to know or care about the intricacies of running a business where you make a profit on volume sale, over billions of items sold, including costs of shipping, manufacture, food processing, and sale. I don't expect them to understand or care about the simple concept of supply and demand. They seem to be dumbfounded by my request for no lettuce when I order.
Why should they be paid living wages at an entry job? Hell I would love a living wage on a no education required job so I could pay off my college that I worked my ass off for.
The Crowd is not the sum of its parts.
"We have met the enemy and they are ours..." -- Oliver Hazard Perry
"I don't want a piece of you... I want the whole thing!" -- Bob Barker
Hey at least I think outside the box, instead of believing all the lies told at the institutions funded my corporations.
I ment the original founder Albert Hofmann , Actually bromocriptine is now being used for type two diabetes, this isn't the same as find chemo drugs. Thinking of the disfunction as a whole and learning the mechanisms of diabetes isn't the same as choosing a drug based on other people interpretations. The researchers I study think Cancer is disfunction at the biochemical level. Otto Warburg's work on the cell not able to go through oxidative phosphorylation and retrieving for a more primitive metabolism is a cause of cancer. However like I said, researchers only learn what they are taught at school which funded by corporations.
Bromocriptine in type 2 diabetes mellitus
Sometimes - history needs a push.
I am personally struggling with the contradicting views of how school prepared me for success and how to actually succeed. It's not a big struggle, I always thought they were full of crap, but I truly believed that there would be at least some sort of job for me to start at, to start a career with. I know some jackasses really think they'll be getting an elevator to the top of society just because they got a degree, and I'm certainly not one of them. You may have had a different experience than me, but I personally would have a lot more money today if I had just worked McJobs instead of going to college.~snip~
you could. but what is ever gained without risk. and i often encounter successful people who have experienced bankruptcy. they learned from it and had the motivation to refuse to allow that set back to end their pursuit of the American dream
allow me here to also make another observation. at the end of my career, probably 30% of the small business owners i was helping were legal immigrants. while a tiny portion of the nation's population, these folks comprised a disproportionate number of business entrepreneurs. and i speculate that is because they are risk takers. people who left their native country in order to have a chance at economic success in a land which provides just such an opportunity. i do wonder why native born Americans are so unable to see the prospects of opportunity in their own country that foreign born persons recognize
my only concern for you and what you have expressed is whether your fear of failure will be an impediment to your opportunities for success
don't let it be so