It’s Not the Money, Honey: The Real Purpose of Business

by | Apr 30, 2010 | Cultural Creativity, Innerpreneurship

Business Point

I don’t care what the Donald says. The point of business is not to make money. The purpose of business is to expand who you are through what you do. And use profit to achieve a more noble end (and yes, self-development is a noble end).

I believe this because the worth of any business resides largely in it’s human capital (the value of its people) and in it’s intellectual property (the value of the ideas generated by it’s people). People make a business great, and they do so by being provided a vehicle to express who they are, and to create.

It’s this expression of our inner Self that is the real purpose of business, and our ticket to wealth.

Tara Joyce

Written by Tara Joyce

Just before starting this blog, I decided to start my own business. I realized I needed to in order to have the life I desired. This blog is a reflection of my innerpreneurial journey. MORE ABOUT ME
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It’s Not the Money, Honey: The Real Purpose of Business

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