Patrick dives into a discussion sparked by a TikTok video featuring a young woman expressing frustration about working and making ends meet. Listeners chime in with their perspectives on the current state of the economy, work ethic, and gratitude. As the discussion unfolds, Patrick and his audience delve into the broader implications of the current economic landscape and the importance of gratitude, hard work, and perseverance.
- John – I think the young lady raises valid points.
- Monica – As a 71-year-old, I have worked hard all my life but I have not budgeted well so I don’t have money now.
- Yanan – I am 36. I think that we should put her emotions aside and listen to the Tic-Tocker’s message. I think kids don’t have a vision for the future because of the previous generation. I think there are some good points in what she says. (12:18)
- Patrick comes back from the break reading a few emails that have come in about the Tik-toc audio of the young lady blaming the generation before her for her needing to work so hard to barely get by
- Veronica – I think it’s funny that Tic-toc girl doesn’t want to work hard. (41:19)
- Pat – I remember when things were cheaper in 1957 but also pay was cheaper so I don’t think there is much difference from back then to now days. (49:10)