Seth Godin does it again: I am 'anti-business', you might be too. A hundred and fifty years ago, when people finally began organizing to eliminate child labor in American factories, they were called anti-business. There was no way, the owners complained, that they could make a living if they couldn’t employ ultra-cheap labor. In retrospect, … Continue reading What is anti-business anyway?
Seth Godin writes: Companies don't care about you. Brands don't care about you. Institutions don't care about you either. The only people who are able to care about you are people. The question is, then, is this institution owned, organized, and run by people who will allow the people who work there to care? Generally, … Continue reading “It’s too expensive”