Summary paper - Juliet Martin Summary #6: Peoples choices...

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Juliet Martin Summary #6: People’s choices have consequences that lie in the future. The most important costs and benefits are those that will appear in the future. Economics stresses the importance of making choices about the future. People cannot choose to change the past. In most cases, one has to give something in order to get something in return. It was never really said which end weighed more than the other. However, the more that is given up usually results in the greatest gain. From early history to this present day, people have made sacrifices in order to achieve a certain goal or vision. In this paper, I will list a few instances where this seems to be the case. First, Bill Gates is the founder and first chairman of Microsoft. In 1975, Gates was attending and left Harvard prior to graduation. He went on to start Microsoft with his childhood friend Paul Allen. Now, most students who attend these Ivy League universities intend on graduating before making these types of endeavors. Bill Gates, however, had a different mindset
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course MARKETING 3702 taught by Professor Dr.wilson during the Fall '10 term at Florida A&M.

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