Valuing Human Emotion in Industries that Follow Power Laws

One day, the Roman view of success may be less important than the Zen view of success, in investment and in entrepreneurship.

The Roman view being: conquer all, live by the power laws, and take no prisoners, only scalps.

The Zen view, that there is a world of abundance out there, and that competition can certainly be a prime characteristic of a market, but values lead and values win over money.

Time is very long, in the Zen view.

Being right doesn’t feel like popular opinion, in the Zen view.

Exclusion and isolation will breed stunning human insights and powerful innovations, in the Zen view.

Rome was built. But Rome also burned.

Zen doesn’t burn. It’s everywhere, and is nothing and everything at the same time.

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