“I just received the following note from one of our Inner Circle members. Below the note is my response.”
A well-known management consultant offering a different sort of guidance to MBA students– unhinging oneself from the external acquisition process.
It’s a great piece from Ichak.
The ONLY issue I take is that it IS spiritual/purposeful for a few (1-5%) to acquire…
What society has done is brainwash most of us into thinking, that’s the right thing to do.
When you start unwinding humanity, you begin to realize that the spiritual work through whatever means has to do with self-knowledge.
And it’s that twist of self-knowledge that allows you to begin to find an exit ramp off of BS.
My point about “questioning the underlying assumptions” is key about understanding why we are doing what we are doing.
All of us MBAs see this as a means to an end, aside from the few who just love the work.
To what end.
Unwind that and the emptiness begins to dissipate and soul returns.