WSJ most read article is “Why people can’t make decision” (see my other blog, “buy-in behaviors”).
I also found another article that reinforces this period of indecision: companies are saving the money they borrowed at bank’s low rates, thus fail to spur the economy.
Why would people borrow money at low rates, then sit on them? Companies need leadership (i.e. doing the right thing as opposed to “doing the thing right”). They forgot a biblical story about stewardship.
Right now, both parties are blaming each other for the ailing and failing economy.
And we in turn blame ourselves.
Self-recrimination paralyzes us, resulting in indecision. In short, deer facing approaching headlights.
Charlie Rose series on how the brain works, shows the frontal part of the brain, when damaged, causes moral…
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