|Opinion||Businesses are started to make money, not to fund the government.|
– DigitalBoss, 2009-08-21 at 19:22:04 (5 comments)
|On 2009-08-21 at 19:23:01, DigitalBoss wrote...
There is an incentive to do work, it is called money. Take away the incentive and no work will be done.
|On 2009-08-24 at 17:10:17, Thelevellers wrote...
I'm not convinced I agree entirely, I for one want to start a business, not to make money as such, but to make that particular business work - OK, so I'd want a living wage out of it so I can live, but that's not the reason behind me wakting to do it. More simply put: If I won the lottery I would happily live of that and not take a wage from my business.
|On 2009-08-24 at 18:48:22, BorgClown wrote...
That made me think about hobbies. Hobbyists can dedicate much more effort to their hobby than to their actual work.
|On 2009-08-24 at 20:53:04, DigitalBoss wrote...
My hobby and my work are one and the same.
|On 2009-08-24 at 23:04:05, Thelevellers wrote...
That's a goal I'm aimimg for DB :)