The Strategic Coach expert Dan Sullivan explains his coaching process of escaping limitations and how entrepreneurs contribute innovation solutions for society.
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2 Responses to “Escaping Limitations of the Marketplace”
July 29th, 2012 at 3:14 am
I’m print subscriber, and find the site great for rarseech. In the context of the current government government shutdown, I got a hit at the Atlantic, and found a complete article from December of 1981 the Education of David Stockman, about the FIRST shutdown. How many sites have 30 year old articles at the ready??
Ryeland Schefield Says:
April 9th, 2013 at 3:30 pm
Complete government shutdown? Did you listen to the audio? WTF. I think this guy is on a different page then he thinks he is “rarseeching.” Perhaps innovation does require courage [but face it] the limitations of the marketplace are (always) in the way. It is not the government to blame but the privatization of society and the corporate capitalist pigs dismantling the nation from the inside out. The government is the scapegoat for bureaucratic ideologies when corporate greed is the root of the problem. They find an acceptable working model and get established where they remain stagnant for long periods of time. This rules several generations of up and coming psyches through conformity to a stagnant form of capitalism. Entrepreneurs merely reject this form of society masses being set in their ways so much they finally find a way to act on their emotions by implementing modifications or completely new concepts. This is truly a form of Narcissism and I have a real bad case as I am disgusted with society and the capitalist pigs dismantling us from the inside out even to go so far as many of them hold government positions but keep private interests nearer and dearer. In the end, government is formed by collective private interests and moderated to meet collective entity rights throughout the entire marketplace where their law reigns supreme. Many incongruences subside and the free market allows less regulation for more competition perhaps allowing for many products that do the same thing in slightly different ways. Between the sales people and consumers there may be no way of knowing their own best fit and be forced to experiment potentially wasting their whole lives until they surrender to the frustration of slight differences feeling as if they were bigger. This redundant effect creates mis-communication and a flustered marketplace with a brainwashed employee base. That is why marketing has so many perks. Think popularity contests and super bowl ads. Ohhh, ahhhh…. That’s how dumb it looks to me.