In the fisherman's fallacy, the Wall Street banker approaches the man who fishes a few hours and spends the rest of of his time playing cards with friends and family. The banker explains to the man that, with a few years of hard work, he could build a nice business that would enable him to retire and fish and spend the rest of the day with his friends - in other words doing what he's doing now.
Why would he even consider working hard to get to do what he is already doing? Read Adrian's post to find out.
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