aceitação integral e entusiástica da vida em todos os seus aspectos, mesmo nos mais desconcertantes, tristes e cruéis (Ecce Homo, passim; Wille zurMacht, ed. Krõner, I, § 282)[3
What these groups have in common is that they are generating forms of success that audaciously prioritize well-being, meaning, connection and resilience--alongside conventional metrics like quality and financial success. Beloved Economies offers readers seven specific practices as a springboard for changing how we work. As the book reveals, it's not only what we do, but how we do it that can be a powerful lever to move us into economies that all of us can love.