Wednesday, October 03, 2012

You Really Didn’t Build That - Rev. Sam Trumbore

My comment to Rev Sam,

Anyone involved in building their own business, at least successfully involved, understand building and maintaining relationships with customers and employees is fundamental. Entrepreneurship, while sounding radically individual, is hugely social. Far more social than the collectivist who might think a central planner knows best, and could more Justly decide socially useful investments and transfers of income.

The individualist versus collaborative frame I’m hearing so much in Church of late, is quite the opposite of reality. It’s the Entrepreneur sensitive to feedback through the market on the key relationship with customers, while the Government Planner often blind and deaf towards the relationship with customers and instead attentive only to the relationship with a Special Interest.

You Really Didn’t Build That - Rev. Sam Trumbore

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