Once upon a time, there were two tiny businesses.
One tiny business was built to take care of its founder, providing the founder income, freedom, and space to create whatever they wanted.
The second tiny business was built to solve a problem with the world. It wanted to push society to be better, care for its customers more thoroughly, and quit cutting corners.
Both tiny businesses changed the world.
The first tiny business chose to take care of itself, so it could better show up for the world.
The second tiny business chose to take care of the world, so it could better show up for itself.
It’s easy to get caught up in judging each others’ strategies—but changing the world looks a little different depending on who you ask. We might as well be friends, support each other, and do our best to help one another.