Daily Productive Sharing 066 - 什么比钱更贵?

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(The English version follows)

什么东西比钱更贵?什么时候钱变得很便宜?这些似乎是很哲学的问题。今天的分享里,作者给出了他的答案:任何可以被钱购买的东西都很“便宜”,因为他们可以被购买;而不能被购买的东西才是真正有价值的,所以这些有价值的东西比钱要贵,比如知识,经验。

When non-experts cannot distinguish true expertise from noise, money cannot buy expertise. Knowledge cannot be outsourced; we must understand things ourselves.
When some inputs become more or less abundant, bottlenecks change.
When wealth and power become abundant, anything wealth and power cannot buy become bottlenecks - including knowledge and expertise.
Everything money can buy is “cheap”, because money is "cheap". Then the things which are “expensive” are the things which money alone cannot buy - including knowledge and understanding of the world.

原文在此:When Money Is Abundant, Knowledge Is The Real Wealth

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What is more expensive than money? When does money become very cheap? These seem to be philosophical questions. In today's sharing, the author gives his answer: anything that can be bought with money is "cheap" because it can be bought, while things that cannot be bought are truly valuable, so these valuable things are more expensive than money, such as knowledge and experience.

When non-experts cannot distinguish true expertise from noise, money cannot buy expertise. Knowledge cannot be outsourced; we must understand things ourselves.
When some inputs become more or less abundant, bottlenecks change.
When wealth and power become abundant, anything wealth and power cannot buy become bottlenecks - including knowledge and expertise.
Everything money can buy is “cheap”, because money is "cheap". Then the things which are “expensive” are the things which money alone cannot buy - including knowledge and understanding of the world.

The full text is here: When Money Is Abundant, Knowledge Is The Real Wealth

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