This. The jap tv show i mentioned about, it's actually talking about how some people can love money too much to the point of losing the good side of humanity. Like how people can lie, steal, manipulate others for more money and power. I do abhor that. Super.Im okay with ethical marketing, but sales are where it can get iffy [in my book].. and I only say that because of the way employees get treated in sales positions. Employers or managers trying to make sales is a-okay with me.
I kind of think products should speak for themselves, and that advertisements are just there to make people aware they are out there. People have all kinds of methods of accomplishing this, some like to be obnoxious and scream in your ear, others tell you the truth about their product and get ratings and stuff to let you know you are buying something you need/want.
My favorite things, though, are the quiet treasures that no one speaks for. The hidden gems that get NO advertising but are so valuable to understanding and experiencing the human condition in new, enriching ways.
I feel like the proverb about the customer always being right goes to the customers head and stresses everyone out unnecessarily. I feel like it is simply an ideal, and that in practice, people need to keep their heads on their shoulders to make the right judgement calls and not give all of the power over to the customers.
because believe it or not, despite having money, customers can be shitty people and intensely stressful to work with.
I think its probably true you make more money by doing things the way customers want you to, but there are other PEOPLE involved in sales too. Not just customers.
I dont dislike money. Nope.. I think it can be kind of fun to make and spend money.. BUT.. what I dislike is that society gets so wrapped up in making money that it loses sight of everything else, including the human factor.
I just hate that employees end up being at the mercy of the wolves that enter their fields.
I know its ironic, but I dont blame the system. I blame the people that make the system crooked and enable the customers to indulge in their lust for power over others.
I guess what Im trying to say is that some CUSTOMERS are more trouble than their money is worth.
It makes me want to be an entreprenuer to change things myself.
I feel like many INFPs feel strongly against anything capitalism related so Im in the minority in this, I would assume.
I am a natural-born leader, but I am not in the position to lead right now.
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