Bankruptcy has long been associated with a type of moral character flaw. It sometimes seems as if a person’s financial situation is somehow completely and uncompromisingly tied to their value as a human being. The stigma surrounding bankruptcy reveals a pernicious false equivalency. Somewhere along the way, a person’s finances became conflated for their worth….

By Laura A. Roser The Question Kevin Cashman Believes We Should Ask All Young People I think there’s a fundamental flaw in how we look at careers,” best-selling author and well-recognized leadership consultant, Kevin Cashman says. “We shouldn’t be asking kids what they are going to be when they grow up. We should be asking…