Originally Posted by highvoltorb
Whenever I feel bad about seeking profit from Goodwill I remember how I have $80K in student loan debt and how I'm actually a pretty good candidate for some charity.
I never feel bad about seeking profit. As long as its legal (and some legal stuff I wouldn't do) and I'm straight with a buyer.
Take away profit, the world stops in-place.
I hear people say "I really don't work for the money, I love what I do", but every single time a company decides to stop paying them, they go somewhere else where they get paid. So it is for the money for 99.9% of us.
Even the non-profits. Its about money. the couple who own the eastern NC GW franchise - $800K a year. I'm one of the few who don't care they make that much. I look at how they've grown GW in this area and if I were a board member, I would pay them.