The notion that attending a business school to get ahead is idealism at best. You are probably better off simply studying human history instead.
A simple looking plate of fried rice can cost mere dollars, but can embody decades of discipline, experience, and love behind it. A small roadside stall cook can easily beat the best chefs in a top restaurant, simply by some simple and yet demanding factors.
Tradition is a good thing, even as we migrate forward in time and technology. Tradition preserves our roots, our heritage, our culture, and our humanity.
All too often, we hear CEOs of companies boasting what they are planning to turbocharge the growth of the companies they run. But, is rapid growth all that important, or is sustainable growth through decades more admirable?