By Elías Camhaji
Get over it - For decades, growth has been the answer to almost every economic problem. Somewhere along the line, growth lost its ...
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It would behoove us to remember that slow and steady often wins the race, just as a more balanced approach to work life can be more beneficial than the helter-skelter mindset of our cut-throat labor market.
Combine the limitations of a finite planet and dubious correlation between wealth and happiness, and you see we're overdue for a bit of a recalibration.
How do we wean ourselves off a consumption-fueled economy? We don't have all the answers, but we have two compelling reasons to try
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