The Triumph of Truth: Individualism In the 21st Century

Walker, Lewis J.
February 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2000, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p40
Academic Journal
This article discusses the role of individualism in the financial planning industry in the 21st century. As people march toward 2001 time, place and geography will become less of a constraint in business; freedom of choice will increase; governments, bureaucrats and regulators will be less interventionist; information will become more easily, cheaply and rapidly available; creative destruction will increase as wired entrepreneurs roar past old organizations. At the end of the day, people will tome to realize that freedom is just another word for chains.


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