…you need to want more.
One thing a recession is good for is reminding us how much we need.
Raise your hand if you’ve been doing a lot of talking about the economy and the lack of growth and the rise of unemployment and the worry and the poor attitudes and the general malaise about productivity in the global markets [insert image of me raising my hand]
It’s clear those of us living in the States have huge appetites and tendencies to need to want more and more and more.
What’s the matter with “Good” that we blindly and zealously trade it for “Better” no matter what the cost? Surely there’s a time and place for that, but sometimes perhaps we should just hang back and enjoy really GOOD?