Igniting the Candle

Political Angle by Ryan Steffy

Lately many people have been worried about the financial situation such as: being in debt, government problems and the allowance of frivolous spending. The problem that is most prevalent is people not wanting to change which forces debt to remain. Many of the most fascinating doom and gloom books speak tomes of the economy sinking deeper. How do we adjust and re-ignite the so called “economic candle?”
First, people need to take responsibility in action, words, and thought. Many of the greatest economic thinkers from Ritholtz to Shiller and from Friedman to others have spoken volumes of change. Reasonable thoughts such as being cognizant of rapid change forces people to re-adjust thought processes. People also need to grow as individuals in terms of how they think which leads to instinctual reaction. The way to do this is by reading books on economics and investing. Even the A-Team of JFK’s Administration was faulted in some things like Vietnam.
Second, by change being a motivator one is then moved to the ignition stage of development. What is meant by this? People begin to feel more empowered and more willing to move in the right direction. Empowerment is major in terms of doing better. The best way always is to want to be better. By being better the maintenance is very important.
And lastly, motivation, responsibility are two ingredients to the ultimate puzzle. Rising to victory is the way to go. So let us ignite the metaphorical candle and win.

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