Originally Posted by Beingist
Well, none, imo. I wrote that in response to the idea that people and companies are in business to "provide value" to customers, which sounds more like a pretext, to me.
Different scenarios: 1. Someone is trying to make lots of money and doesn't care about the ethics of doing so.
2. Someone is intensely in love with the idea of helping other people, sees the value in it, and decides that there's nothing wrong with making a very good living at it.
3. Someone wants to make money first and foremost and yet has found an effective way of making money and
providing value at the same time.
4. Someone wants to provide value first and foremost and yet has found an effective way of providing value and
making money at the same time.
I suspect you've had a lot of bad experiences with scenario 1 Beingist. Any truth to that? I know I have. Personally I would love a good way to move the principal motivator in the economy going from number 1 to number 2.