I used to work in the State Legislature. I realized pretty quickly there was no chance in hell I could make a dent in the institution. Sure, I could make a few friends and perhaps make a dent in their lives, but the institution itself is firmly entrenched in an incentive structure that rewards all the wrong things. I couldn’t change it, it could only change me.
If you can’t make it better it’s probably making you worse. I had to get out, so I did.
What if you’re dealing with a co-worker who is always looking to sabotage you at a job you don’t want to quit? You can’t just hide from him in the storage closet. You can’t just smack him in the face with a keyboard, like James McAvoy did to Chris Pratt in the movie Wanted. Without the economic way of thinking, all you can do is simmer in resentment.
Unless we actively work to suppress it, our kids' urge to learn, experiment, innovate, create, and adapt will blossom.
The case against the college/career conveyor belt.
Proposition F would have hobbled one of the Bay Area’s most innovative and beneficial companies. Why in the world did it almost pass?
Don’t let the “fantasy” in fantasy football fool you: The game illustrates some crucial points about opportunity costs and comparative advantage. Isaac Morehouse has been keeping score.
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