All around genius and author Seth Godin writes my favourite blog. He understands better than almost anyone how we Westernised humans ask the wrong questions, solve the wrong problems and follow the same tired paradigms without question.
His post from today is a great example of that, and I’d like to share it…
Adam Smith and David Ricardo argued that all value comes from labor, and the value of something is in the amount of labor it took to produce it.
But Henry George understood that this is backward. The value of something lies in how much labor we’re willing to exchange for it.
Too often, we’re tempted to price things based on what they cost us to make. It’s more useful to price things based on what they’re worth to those that might want to buy them.Seth Godin’s Blog
Be a better human and start thinking about “problems” the RIGHT way round.