Friday, July 11, 2014
There ought to be a law: The Law of Lost Opportunity
The Law of Lost Opportunity Lex Loeb Contributor Network . Lost opportunity is ineviable with the limited time there is in life. Everything is a trade off between work and play, hourly wage variablity, and investment decisions. The question arises for most people if they are accomplishing anything worthwhile in how they spend their time or even if the notion of having to accomplish something is irrelevant. Government regulators usually attempt to prevent people from enjoying opportunities otherwise available to them and often that is seen in land use planning which really is about creating someone else's exclusive monopoly at any up start's expense of never having the chance of trying. The Law of Lost Opportunity simply looks at a county like Communist China under Mao and the cultural revolution as a nation without economic opportunities and as people's lives pasted them by they became poorer and poorer for lack of opportunities...It is relative to China today with what is obviously self interest and capitalism being ok and a growth rate that exceeds much of the rest of the world.