“Some Preach from Envy and Rivalry”

March 3, 2012 — 1 Comment



An article from Nick Bogardus on The Resurgence.

Excerpt:

“Want to know the easiest way to build a platform these days? Set yourself up as the antithesis to a person or position of influence. Be the contrarian or critic who rides the coattails. It’s easier to be known for what you’re against than what you are for.

“Their ability to make a living is based on site traffic and conference invitations, and they build their reputations—and traffic—by walking over others.

“We’re more likely to tear each other down—and that means the people who are around us—than put in the effort to build each other up. Because rage is easier than rationality, and it’s more popular.”

Continue Reading at The Resurgence


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