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An Overdue Book

RJBJr Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 9:25 AM
Wow! I'm saddened by the responses to my post. First, for those of you who don't understand statistical terms, "normal" means "bell curve". That might help some. I expected the responses would include lots of creative ideas for improving our capitalist system. Based on my experience, I believe there are creative people everywhere, even among those flipping burgers. I know Mensas working on the factory floor with ideas to triple productivity, but with no way to be fairly rewarded. Yes, there are better ways. It's not that hard to imagine how.
True Conservative! Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 10:33 AM
These "Mensas" must not be sharing those ideas with the managers who can make it happen and reward them! If you make yourself valuable to your company; sooner or later, it will be recognized and you will be rewarded. Any reasonably well-run company likes such ideas as they then prosper more! It sounds like these "mensas" have a chip on their shoulder or are just lazy ... it takes more than smarts!
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