You don't decide a work-week;
you produce it
ou don't decide how long you want to work in a
week; you decide how much in groceries and
clothes you want to take home at the end of the week.
You get paid out of what you produce after the
costs of helping you produce it are paid - taxes,
machines, supervision. Therefore, the more you
produce, the more you can be paid, and so the more
things you can buy.
Or, put it another way- the things you want for your
family decide h...
565-You Don't Decide A Work-Week; You Produce It.pdf