We’ve suffered through more than a few bad years of a worsening economy. While things have leveled off a bit in the past two years, it’s hardly “good times” for most Americans (and much of the rest of the world is actually even worse off, especially many of our friends in European nations like Greece, Spain and Ireland).
And while there’s a lot of bleakness on the horizon, there’s also some rays of hope.
I was watching 60 Minutes last night and a repeat story came on from March about the turn-around of Chrysler at the hands of super-CEO Sergio Marchionne. Here’s a guy that really challenges your current beliefs of what it means to be a workaholic. When he’s not working at Chrysler, according to the story, he turns around and flies back to Turin, Italy to take care of Fiat.
He saved 54,000 Chrysler jobs (with the help of our government) and has said he’s since added more than 9,000 new ones.
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