What Happens If A Company Grows At A Rate Inconsistent With Its Sustainable Growth?

Let me circle the wagon here. Financial growth is not the proper attribute to yield sustainability. Instead, contributions to the strengthening of the evolution of mankind are. Hence a growth-rate based on money is no reliable indication of a company’s sustainability (plus or minus), nor of the renewability that is the impetus to such sustainability.

Blind growth, as I call growth uncorrelated to evolutionary value, is merely an indication of the buy-in from (sometimes innocent) “greater-fools” enthralled by the rat-race for money, at the expense of evolutionary value. Money, you should know by now, does not equal evolutionary merit.

 

Let’s lead the world by example with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.

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