A few months ago, a reader messaged me (or flagged me??) on the Discord, with a link to a newly released book. This is very Culture Study, they said, or something approximating that vibe. Sometimes you look at a book, and what it’s trying to argue about how things
I love this and can not wait to dive into the book. Regenerative care for the climate crisis starts with us as individuals, then community then planet. We must feel beloved to care and act for our beloved planet and eachother.
Book bought! Can’t wait to read it. I have *for ages* imagined building a collaborative partnership model, drawing on the best of a group of SME stakeholders while cultivating a family generative feeling as an organization – a place to call professional home but also grow as a well-rewarded and respected expert. I hope this book offers me a clearer menu of ways to articulate what I want to create and maybe, some courage to do it??! Thank you for sharing, AHP.
As a one person author-preneur who hires subcontractors, this makes me want to build a team around shared projects and profits instead... but I’ve been burned by partnerships before, and that’s created wariness
many office workers unconsciously pine for something once offered by the family business...especially the family farm which has fewer restrictions on labor. Your family doesn’t really fire you.