I have watched the video shown below with a huge interest, and wonder whether social impact and entrepreneurial behaviour might depend on these linguistic – cultural facts, too. And some questions come to my mind: If the perception of living today and tomorrow is perceived as nearly the same (from a linguistic point of view) , does this mean that
– the awareness and need to change is higher?
– social entrepreneurs have more success in these countries?
– more people are aiming to become social entrepreneurs?
What do you think?
Source: Ted talks
Video shows presentation by Keith Chen, behavioral economist