So, let's look at things sensibly. For a start will be examined with the media. What TV radio and newspapers give the truth? 1. The crisis affects us all. 2. It is inevitable 3. He will progress.
4. Nobody knows how this will end. A Now let's look at each of these items and their subject the simple analysis. So the crisis affects us all. Is it really? Let's be honest with ourselves. Are ALL spared a crisis? Surely even among your friends find a pair of people he has not touched. So, the first paragraph can not be considered true. And that means that you may well be on the side as those who tear their hair out, and on the side of those who feels fine.
Here are two historical facts that indicate that the crisis begins in the head and there it ends. In the midst of the Great Depression, Alfred Heineken took his beer across the ocean to the country, throes of economic crisis. More info: Douglas R. Oberhelman. Haynekenom over laughing. Does not he realize that this is obviously a failed business? But, despite everything, the king of beer established in the country, and made the deal so lucrative that everything is just hands lit … "lucky". The businessman replied to it simply: "I always believed in myself and my business and never read the American newspapers." Another story associated with the Great Depression, which is often compared with the current crisis. Incidentally, during the "Great Depression" (30-ies of XX century), the situation in the United States was very difficult.