Resilience is a state of resistance, recovery and transformation, which arises in adverse situations due to the application of various favorable attitudes and qualities. Although it is not easy to be resilient, it is feasible to develop the habits of resilience, aspiring to meet various personal-professional goals throughout life.
The three main macroeconomic issues that attract the attention of economists are the following: economic growth, inflation and unemployment. Although neo-Keynesians, neo-Classics and Monetarists have different approaches to address these aspects and don´t share the same priorities.
Despite the fact that happiness is very difficult to achieve, in this postmodern age, in which it is erroneously endorsed that material success is the basis of happiness (the results of various economic studies go in other way), we can conquer it, in accordance with principles, morals, ethics, religious beliefs, appropriate attitudes and the best decisions...
In this postmodern contemporary era, there is an immense uncertainty about the development of the economy because the ghosts of recessions predominate and it is not known how far the impressive technological advance can go. Obviously, the global economy isn´t predictable nor reliable.