Conclusion: Staying Alive

We’ve barely scratched the surface when it comes to the concepts and strategies necessary to thrive and stay alive. As you go forward, I encourage you to put ideas into action routinely and regularly.

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Anchor Yourself

we turn inward to consider personal resources for surviving and thriving through the dangers of change. What beliefs, rituals, places, and individuals keep you anchored? How do you hold steady?

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Lead With, Beyond, and Without Authority

Leadership is usually practiced in some context. Even if you’re leading without any authority, you still need to understand that you’re leading into a social system in which there are authority structures and authority relationships.

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Income Inequality Between Rich And Poor

Income Inequality Between Rich And Poor

Income inequality is an economic condition in which monetary earnings vary significantly among society members, creating a vast disparity in wealth. Income refers to wages—the money paid to employees as compensation for work

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Workplace Diversity – Its Benefits and Challenges

Workplace Diversity – Its Benefits and Challenges

A diverse workplace is an employment environment made up of employees with a broad range of personal characteristics, experiences, skills, and perspectives. Some of the traits that contribute to diversity in the American workforce include differences in gender, race, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion, education, socioeconomic background, and political beliefs.

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How Important is Money?

Economists are fascinated by the idea of importance of money as a social institution— an agreement among individuals—that, if we keep it, makes our economic  lives  better  and  allows  our  economies  to  grow  more rapidly.

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Universal Basic Income

As income inequality increases in the United States, economists and politicians have proposed wide-ranging ideas for distributing wealth more fairly and ensuring that all Americans—rather than only the richest few—benefit from the nation’s resources, productivity, and technological advances.

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