Seth Godin’s “text“: “Risking the appearance of weakness takes strength. And the market knows it.”He has ten points of “application.”
Defer to others
Tell the truth
Volunteer to take the short straw
Choose the long-term, sacrificing the short
Demonstrate respect to all, not just the obviously strong
Share credit and be public in your gratitude
In what ways does this differ from Christian ethics and morality?The difference lies not in the “text” or the “application.” The difference is in the areas of motivation and power. The Christian is motivated by Gospel-centered love not by market share. And the Christian is given the power to be weak through the Holy Spirit’s indwelling. Visit Godin’s blog here.