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March 02, 2009


marsha shenk

This moment of economic upheaval begs going back to the basics of commerce, which are fundamentally 'service'. The roots of commerce are as old as the first human communities: ancient forbears cooperating in sich tasks as keeping their young safe from predators. http://www.bestwork.biz/commerce-biology.html

The fundamental questions of commerce are, "How might we cooperate and coordinate to thrive?" Now more than ever - in a world more complex than ever - we need each others' thinking, skills, and experience. Goods are not how we thrive together; service is.

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