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How To Build A Company With Strong Core Values

How To Build A Company With Strong Core Values

The desire to be engaged in purposeful, fulfilling activity is universal. Maslow classified it as a basic need in his “self actualization” rung of the pyramid. Aristotle called it eudemonia, or human flourishing: “the soul acting in accordance with virtue.” Csikszentmihalyi proffers two concepts: good…

Read More – Is This Moral?

Ever wondered if it was moral to castrate your dog, be a Bosnian dude, or exercise when you’re sick? If you’ve wondered about the morality of certain actions, you would do well to check out Moralize. Or take a peek for sheer entertainment. It’s a site that lets users pose questions and you in turn can weigh in with your two cents by deeming the quandary moral or immoral. The current crop of recent moral dilemmas are rather...

Read More – Read And Listen To Aesop’s Fables

Aesop’s Fables are a collection of fables credited to a slave and story teller by the name of Aesop who live between the years of six hundred and twenty and five hundred and sixty Before Christ. This group of fables is some of the best known in the world and is still used today as forms of moral education for young children. “The Tortoise and the Hare” and “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” are just two of the more famous fables in Aesop’s...

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