I believe there is a generation now who, flooded with personal development stories, are on the entitlement side and suffer from social myopia.
As a result productivity is motivated solely with money, despite what the “outer generation” management learns from Harvard. As a result the strenuous relationship between patron and creative expression is missed. As a result we have acceptance of a prescriptive society.
It is a great paradox how entitlement leads to weaker social resistance. The more you think of yourself as an individual, the less you value the group? There has to be some reason why the most self confident are the most gullible!
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