The Best Investment You Can Make | Harvard Business Review
Written By: Umair Haque
It’s the burning question many of you have been hurling at me recently: “So instead of idly waiting around for the so-called mysteriously reluctant non-recovering recovery, what should we do to survive this never-ending raging crisis?”
Here’s a tiny suggestion. The “best” investment you can make isn’t gold. It’s the people you love, the dreams you have, and living a life that matters.
Now, some among you will probably roll your eyes and snicker: “Hey, bro, want fries with that hopelessly naive idealism?”
But you’re probably willing to entertain the idea that maybe the great systems of human organization, whether political, social, or economic, aren’t creating a meaningful prosperity as well as they could. And cynicism’s the surest path to mediocrity.
So allow me to explain.