AN ILLUSION OF PROGRESS

A lot of people are aspiring to do things, but are they creating real value?

A part of the problem is that people aren’t *really* doing what they say they’re doing.

They want to be *seen* as doing what they say they’re doing.

And that is a MAJOR difference.

The game isn’t about value creation; it is about appearances.

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Humanist, thinker, writer, speaker, advisor and social scientist. I explore meaning-making, the human mind, consciousness, business and social change.

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Humanist, thinker, writer, speaker, advisor and social scientist. I explore meaning-making, the human mind, consciousness, business and social change.

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