"There 's got to be more to life than fighting for fishheads." Jonathan Livingston Seagull
Friday, April 22, 2016
E & Y Fraud Study and The Fifth idiot
“Young players play with a great deal of fairness and sportsmanship. Once they learn how important the game is to adults, they will learn how to cheat.”– Dr. Ron Quinn, Professor of Sports Ethics at Xavier University.
Cheat to win is the mindset we adults have developed and that is spoiling our children too. The recent study on fraud conducted by E & Y indicates about 70% of the Indian executives would indulge in unethical business practices to achieve the targets.
Parents’ expectations are the biggest CRISIS in our society. Be it winning in sports or getting top ranks in schools or studying the course of interest of parents and even marrying the partner of their choice. Fulfilling parents’ dreams make children do unethical things and study the subjects of their least interest. Parental pressure and expectations are the biggest stress for the children. Continue reading...