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Why Can't We Change: Explore The Philosophy Of An Individual Living In Society: Stories Of Self Made

Why Can't We Change: Explore The Philosophy Of An Individual Living In Society: Stories Of Self Made

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Philosophy

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ISBN13: 9798522664442
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Jun 18 2021
Pages: 158
Weight: 0.53
Height: 0.37 Width: 5.98 Depth: 9.02
Language: English

This book is an interesting tale of friendship, politics, charity, and success. It centers around Harry, a self-made success story from very poor beginnings, and Sophia - born into wealth with a successful business.

The story was inspired by a single, mind-boggling question a kid was asking all adults 30 years ago, and to which he still doesn't have the answer: Why can't we change?
The picky pay story is a fictional love-hate relationship between technology and the emerging new global governance. It's represented by the seemingly soft entrepreneurial character of Sophia and the tough workaholic, self-made businessman Harry. One day life brings them together, but it's uncertain whether this will be love at first sight or hate from the first meet. Sophia grew up in a rich family, giving her the luxury of experimenting with different business management techniques.

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