That could be read as “What do you want?”, like what one might say to an annoying person who’s interrupted you for the tenth time. But in this case, I mean it to be read in the most sincere way as “What do you want?” Really. What do you want for you? Read More
I read this a while ago on a blog by Seth Godin, a business author, entrepreneur and marketer. I have not been able to get these words out of my mind, since. It’s so true. It’s so simple and so true. It’s black and white, not much grey, at all.
This is not the testy, childish “I’m right and you’re wrong” kind of statement. This is about empathy and respect. We live in a world Read More