Julia Horvath makes an excellent point:
It would cost a few billion dollars to end the world’s most painful, aggravating problems, like poverty, homelessness, and famine.
Any billionaire could pick one such problem and halt it tomorrow. Yet, they choose not to.
They squeeze their workers like lemons for profit while they hoard more money than they could spend in several lifetimes. Therefore, stop reading about billionaire morning routines. Stop writing about good billionaire habits. Don’t look up to them, paint them as role models, and encourage others or yourself to replicate their success.
In short: Don’t defend the indefensible.