… is what a girl like me who works for a bank during weekdays and attends business classes at night would say if she is forced to read a book on Economics on a Saturday, a day that is supposed to be spent on fun and relaxation. I have been daydreaming about a massage since Monday, and right now it feels like an invisible gorilla is sitting on my shoulders.
But I’ll read the book anyway.
(Maybe, after I’m done writing this.)
If you look at the long-run production model above, it shows that the amount of output that can be produced (Q), is related to the amount of both the labor (L) and capital (K) that was used. In other words, the effort I exert and the money I spend on all these lessons and books will be an indication of how much I will earn (in quantity or in quality) in the future.
As the saying goes, “No Pain, No Gain.”
I still have Sunday, anyway =)
A Response to Daily Prompt: No Fair
Long-Run Production Model taken from “Economics for Managers” by Pearson, 2nd Edition