Pills but no perfect cures
|Area||Corporate Finance and Securities|
Article originally published in the Canadian Lawyer Magazine, April 2014
Excerpt from "Pills but no perfect cures":
It seems to me successively younger generations have less patience for answers. It may be people need quick answers to cope with the increasing pace and volume of available information. Perhaps instant access to limitless information on smartphones has conditioned people to expect immediate answers. Or maybe this is just my impression because when I foist my interminable and soporific “insights” on young people, I misapprehend their understandable irritation for impatience.