Politicians talk all the time about GDP and economic growth as if they are sacrosanct. I think such thinking is idiotic.
GDP in simple terms is the value of a country's economic activity at any given time. Who cares?
Prioritising well-being is far more important as some countries understand and as I have written about before.
I have written about processes many times before too. As a reminder they includes policies, procedures, practices, principles, systems and structures.
I'm celebrating 30 years as a business mentor this year. Personal growth stays important to me. Economic growth is as it has always been, a consequence of following proven processes that work for me. Today I work for fee a lot less than I once used to, by design. Growth is no longer important. Thriving is what's important and discretionary time which I regard as wealth.
How about you? Is economic activity for its own sake important to you? Are you focused on growth or well-being? Are you attached to outcomes or committed to proven processes that work for you?
Who will you become?
What will you do next?
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