Making values valuable

Written by Stuart Haden on April 17, 2019

I presented at a conference recently on the familiar subject of authenticity. I want to share it here today because I managed to get this somewhat unwieldy subject down to 4 key areas – define, describe, develop and demonstrate.

Starting with definitions there are lots of different words attached to authenticity, in the video below I share some of the usual suspects. The etymology of the word value gets me every time. Making values valuable already gives an outcome to authentic behaviour.


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The Altered States Economy

Written by Stuart Haden on April 3, 2019

Steven Kotler and Jamie Wheal are the authors of Stealing Fire. Described by David Eagleman as “An electrifying, fast-paced journey into the deep potential of the human brain.” In their research they set out to define how much time and money we spend trying to get ‘out of our heads.’

Just think…in the last 24 hours have you reached out for a coffee or alcoholic drink? If you have then you are part of the $4 trillion dollar economy. The conservative estimates

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