Most of us want to create something enduring but today we’re a culture recovering from an addiction to short-term gains. We’ve experienced tremendous economic and social upheaval over the last several years due to outdated philosophies and management styles, a loss of individual and organizational dignity, and misguided beliefs. Now, we are in the process of rebuilding. Real leaders understand the magnitude of the opportunity to build the institutions of the future.
This is the time to act.
There is nothing unnatural about commerce. In fact, the most successful companies embrace and leverage their understanding of what we call The Natural Law of Commerce. They operate harmoniously with their surroundings, creating less friction and tapping into existing energies and opportunities. It’s not magic, it’s a formula.
This one simple law pervades all we teach and it is that companies must become aware of the interconnections that exist and recognize that what’s in the best interest of the whole is also what’s in the best interest of the individual.
This is The Natural Law of Commerce:
Good for me = Good for my client = Good for my company = Good for the market = Good for the country = Good for the environment = Good for the world
The result of living and working in harmony with this code is an increased sense of ease, clarity, and the ability to manifest desired results.