I spend a lot of time on LinkedIn. Unlike Facebook and Twitter, the exchanges there often display considerable depth, thoughtful engagement, civil discourse, and a genuine sense of community. Those interactions leave me hopeful that the future of business is one characterized by curiosity, collaboration, and intellectual integrity, that more and more professionals want to share compelling ideas and form substantive relationships. As Jim Rohn said, you are the average of the people you spend the most time with. Seek out communities that pull you up, and you will become a force to pull others up as well.
About Yonason Goldson
Yonason Goldson is the keynote speaker with 3000 years’ experience. He works with business leaders to build a culture of ethics, setting higher standards to limit liability while earning loyalty and trust. He’s a rabbinic scholar, repentant hitchhiker, and co-host of the podcast "The Rabbi and the Shrink." He has published hundreds of articles applying ancient wisdom to the challenges of the modern world, and six books, most recently “Grappling with the Gray: an Ethical Handbook for Personal Success and Business Prosperity.”
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