Entrepreneurship is not a comprehensive world view
Gladwell succinctly shares this insight in his latest article. There is an emerging generation clamouring to find its place in the society.
We have young men and women worrying about legacy even before they have to worry about shaving. This is _not_ a bad thing, my opinion is that this is a very good thing. Unfortunately entrepreneurship is not the whole answer for precisely the reasons mentioned by Gladwell.
Let us not put the cart before the horse.
“The greatest entrepreneurs are amoral. It’s not that they’re immoral, it’s that they’re amoral,” he explained, referencing a 2011 article he wrote for the New Yorker about L’Oreal’s dealings with Nazi Germany.
“They are completely single-minded and obsessively focused on the health of their enterprise,” said Gladwell. “That’s what makes them good at building businesses, but that’s what also makes them people who are not worthy of this level of hagiography.”