What standards could a person possibly be held accountable to if they felt no sense of loss or gain by their choices?
I don’t trust the person who merely believes in doing the right thing. 84 more words
The existence of an incentive is not evidence of duplicity, it’s evidence of humanity.
Zig Ziglar was fond of saying, “everything is sales.” What he meant was that all human interaction was driven by the desire to influence one another’s behavior in an effort to acquire some form of personal gain. 450 more words
What is “good”? Philosophers have argued over the question for millennia. They disagree upon both the definition of good and which examples are good. If they agreed upon the definition, then we could start to sort out which examples were good. 1,005 more words
Earlier today, I wrote about value propositions, mostly in reference to the reader/bookstore and writer/publisher relationships. Almost as soon as I clicked post, I started thinking about bookstores and how we perceive what they do. 1,351 more words