She assumed my interest in business and profit meant I didn’t care about the world.
Like all entitled millennials, I grew up being told the world needed saving. Rainforests were dying, animals going extinct, and pollution, profit, and materialism were killing us.
I was supposed to sober up and discover world-saving was “naive” and “you need to make money.” But I didn’t. And I’m guessing you didn’t either.
There’s a pandemic of people looking for meaningful work today (in all age groups, not just millennials). And they’re being met with destructive examples of what it means to succeed and make a difference (ergo, hustle guilt).
You don’t have to fund the next TOMS, be a millionaire, or quit everything, move to a third world country, and start an NGO in order to save the world.
You just have to
give AF care. And stop wasting so much time judging yourself.
My goal with That Seems Important is to raise awareness of the destructive effects of our current paradigm. And teach you how to fix it. I want you to think differently about the world around you and your role in it.
We’ll cover things like:
If we’re going to be friends, I need you to understand that you need both the passion for making change and a staunch grip of capitalism (conscious capitalism).
Because…that seems important?
(You had to see that coming.)