The Law of Attraction is a staple motivational of speakers. The premise is that thoughts determine outcomes. If you can visualise a better future, and conceive of the steps you need to take to reach it, there is a potential created.
When Barack Obama was elected President of the United States in 2008 this was treated as a landmark event. His speeches promised “change” and “hope,” and voters were infused with optimism. Eight years later a fair assessment of his efforts is that they were hardly any better than George W. Bush’s.
Under the cover of the law thieves and robbers have been maintaining their privilege and ultra-wealth by being tricky. Many of them are leaders – politicians, monarchs and business executives.
Rules work best when they are kept to a minimum.
When we find ourselves in need of a miracle there is a simple formula that can be applied: “Don’t panic, take stock, and do the next logical thing.” If we apply this formula, hold our course and maintain a positive outlook, the white knight of providence may intercede on our behalf.
Creative capitalism, ethical capitalism, green capitalism, distributed and democratic capitalism. Capitalism 2.0? Capitalism comes with a potpourri of sweet-scented prefixes, all of which presume that there is something wrong with capitalism per se.