Posts filed under: Do Less

I’m 41 years old, and this is the first time I’ve heard this lovely phrase. Referenced in the 1982 book Under Whose Shade, it is originally inspired by an anonymous Greek proverb that reads as follows: A society grows great...
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In a nutshell, the sustainability project is all about personal sustainability. We can’t force businesses or governments to be sustainable, but I do believe that: a) All individuals can take concrete steps to live more environmentally, healthily, and financially sustainable...
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While I’ll admit that actualizing this ancient Japanese approach to living is easier said than done, I felt the need to share the idea of Ikigai. I have certainly struggled with achieving the balance implied by this concept (credit goes...
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They paid me to make them more money. No, really. And it’s not just me. I’ve discussed the relationship between work and wages with a variety of corporate types; from middle management to the C-suite of Fortune 500 companies. Moreover, I’ve...
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