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Look at the projects you take on. How many of them deliver less ‘units of currency’ for your time, per day than the number you just calculated. Next question. Then why are you doing them?
Value – it’s a thing we talk about and attach importance to – but remains aloof. A little like art, we know it when we see it. And yet, the recurring mantra of all of those advice books?
It used to be Wall Street and Main Street.
Now it’s Wall Street versus Main Street.
You could be forgiven for thinking that all of the world’s problems that were top of our collective mind as we celebrated the closing of 2019 are now solved.
These three stories provide context to the People First Newsletter that was published on Tuesday April 21st.
I’ve been thinking a lot about ‘Social Distancing’. It’s wrong. We should not be Social Distancing. You know I am right. You aren’t doing it either. Nobody is doing it. Now ‘physical distancing’, that’s very different. Definitely do that.