Leaving Value on The Table

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Think About Leaving Value on the Table - Strutton Most religious and ethical traditions have a prescription to make the world around you a better place. Whether its access to heaven or the awareness that you’ve done what a reasonable, ethical human should, a moral or religious benefit has usually been associated with spreading value throughout the world. I’m going to reframe these prescriptions into the single idea that you should leave more value on the table than you take from it. I’m doing this to avoid the overwhelm some people feel by the prescription to change the world – the world is so huge, there’s so much to do, and where to begin ? It’s simple enough to start by leaving more value than you take, and doing so, at the very minimum, overcomes the natural inclination towards greed. Humans aren’t just consumers – we’re creators, as well. T he people we call creative – or who self-identify as creative – are the people who actively change the world around them. But
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