Creating a home: the gift culture (all blocks)

Talking about services earlier, we said that people do not want money, they want what money can buy. That is a truth with modification. People want things that money cannot buy too. They want to feel at home, they want to feel safe, they want to feel appreciated and they want to feel they can appreciate others. In short, a culture of giving, sharing and generosity is a more human culture. Continue reading “Creating a home: the gift culture (all blocks)”

Services (block 2)

We like to  remind people that although they think they want money, they actually want what money can buy. If they could get it without money they would. In fact, back in the 1700s while Adam Smith was dreaming up modern economics, people were fairly self sufficient: they made their own clothes, and shoes, grew their own food and kept cows for dairy products. Indeed, much of what people needed was not available to buy. Part of Smith’s vision was to get people into factories to help drive transformation to  a more “modern” society. Continue reading “Services (block 2)”