The Cheating Culture written by David Callahan
discusses how more and more people are cheating
and how easy it is to do.
Maybe it’s easy for the average person
but I doubt it is for the rich or famous.
But why would that be when Callahan writes
“Government regulators don’t have the resources
to crack down on cheating,
especially by the super wealthy”?
Because while government regulators don’t have the resources,
the blogosphere and other media types do.
If I can prove Warren Buffett
(or any other successful person)
cheated on his taxes,
I can make myself a million bucks.
That’s a huge incentive.
Think about that the next time
you’re tempted to trade ethics for success.