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What does it mean to be good?
Not just good at things, but a good person? The kind of person who makes everyone around them better?
(If you read my recent mega-post about intellectual dishonesty, you may have seen the comedy clip of the debate on whether “man” is inherently good or evil. If you didn’t catch that one, it’s a good one!)
Over the last year, I’ve been working on answering that question. This week I finally finished a giant post tackling one aspect of it: How better understanding Values, Virtues, and Principles can help us be more innovative, and better team players.
You can read the whole post here. But if you don’t have time to read, or just want to whet your appetite, here are three charts from it that can give you the gist—and hopefully help you think a little differently about how you’re living and working:
If any of these resonate with you, I’d be delighted if you shared on Linkedin, Facebook, email to your cranky uncle, etc.!