In an unnamed European harbor a smartly-dressed enterprising tourist (a Harvard MBA graduate) is taking photographs when he notices a shabbily dressed local fisherman taking a nap in his fishing boat. This MBA graduate is disappointed with the fisherman’s apparently lazy attitude towards his work, so he approaches the fisherman and asks him why he is lying around instead of catching fish. The fisherman explains that he went fishing in the morning, and the small catch would be sufficient for the next two days.
 The MBA grad tells him that if he goes out to catch fish multiple times a day, he would be able to buy a motor in less than a year, a second boat in less than two years, and so on. The grad further explains that one day, the fisherman could even build a small cold storage plant, later a pickling factory, fly around in a helicopter, build a fish restaurant, and export lobster directly to Paris without a middleman.
 The nonchalant fisherman asks, “Then what?”
 The MBA graduate enthusiastically continues, “Then, without a care in the world, you could sit here in the harbor, doze in the sun, and look at the glorious sea.”
 “But I’m already doing that”, says the fisherman.
 The enlightened MBA graduate walks away pensively, with no trace of pity for the fisherman, only a little envy.