Dear Isolated, Detached, and Helpless Individual – SASM 126
You're about to Learn ...
- What the loneliness industry is rubbing your nose in (often successfully).
- Some eye-opening stats about how much our isolation costs us.
- What the President of the Rugged Individualists Society needs you to know.
- How the Economy of Human Connection can be a better business paradigm.
Resources and Items Mentioned in This Episode
- Dear Mindless, Busy Consumer and Buyer of Fleeting Joy – SASM 110
- Redefining Rich with Matt Ham – Starve the Doubts
- Life on Purpose: Sash Milne on the Economy of Human Connection and the Nothing New Project
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- [02:16] The inspiration for my satirical writing
- [11:50] A comedic letter from the President of the Rugged Individualists Society
- [17:57] Some housekeeping and how to support this show
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