October 6, 2022
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The Ethical Surf: Small Business Owners and the Moral Outrage Everyone Has to Deal with

The world is changing, and as it does so we are presented with new challenges and opportunities. One of the most significant changes has been in the way that people interact with one another across cultures and social classes. The internet has allowed us to be exposed to ideas from all over the world instantaneously, but because it brings all these different perspectives together in a single space, there’s also an increased chance for conflict. This blog post will explore some of the ways small business owners have dealt with this moral outrage and what they can do to make sure they’re doing their part to create more ethical surfers in our globalized society.

The business of surfing is a strange one, as it’s oftentimes seen as an individual sport. But if you take a closer look at the people who own surf shops, they are all small business owners that have taken on huge risks for their passion. This blog post will explore how social media has changed the way these shop owners promote themselves and what moral outrage they face when dealing with counterfeit products.

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  • There are two types of people in this world 

Every day, we are faced with the choice between working hard and not doing much of anything. There are two types of people in this world: those who work hard and those who don’t. The first type is never satisfied with what they have accomplished because they know there’s always more to do next. They’re willing to put in any amount of time or effort it would take to get the job done. They see every challenge as an opportunity for growth and they will be better off after tackling it than before it even started. The other type – well, let’s just say that deep down inside, these people want you to think they work hard too but their actions speak louder than their words ever could.

  • The more you give, the more you get

The saying goes, “The more you give, the more you get.” I’ve found myself learning this lesson in recent months. It started when my sister and her family came to visit me for a week. They were leaving their house of 10 years with five children under age 8 and moving into an apartment because they could no longer afford it after my brother-in-law lost his job. Seeing them go through such a difficult time made me realize how blessed I was financially so I gave away almost all of our savings to help them out during this transition period. Then one day as we were driving back from dropping off some boxes at Goodwill – which is where most of our clothes will be going now.

  • You know what they say about karma

It’s been said that if you do good deeds, karma will come back and reward you. I’ve always believed this to be true because I know a person who was in need of money and they found it on the ground outside their house. It turns out there had been an accident just outside of their home where someone lost all their belongings including cash. The person found the money, cleaned up the mess, and then donated what they couldn’t use to charity! What followed is that this person has not struggled financially for years now- it pays off to do good deeds!

  • If you want something done right, do it yourself

No one has time for the things they want to do. There are too many distractions, and often it’s easier to just give up on a project than actually put forth any effort. But sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands and get creative about how you can make something happen. 

Here are some ways that people are doing things themselves so they can accomplish their goals without relying on others:  

A new mom took her job search into her own hands when she couldn’t find anyone qualified for the position of nanny in her area. 

She made flyers, interviewed potential candidates, conducted background checks on them herself, set boundaries with parents about what was expected from both sides of the arrangement (including not being paid)

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