The Way Things Are vs the Way They Should Be

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Why don’t people just recognize what’s best for them and then do it?

While people like you and I can clearly see, from our lofty vantage points the best course of action for the people we’re seeking to engage with and serve, they seem more than happy to persist in their irrationality.

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Founder of podcast production and content amplification agency Counterweight Creative. Believer in the power of kindness and generosity.

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Jeremy Enns

Jeremy Enns

Founder of podcast production and content amplification agency Counterweight Creative. Believer in the power of kindness and generosity.

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