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And how much of that is of our own design, our own free will?

If I am honest, this story started four months ago. It began in a moment of disappointment, snowballed for a few months into frustration, and then last week into exasperation. I have reached a point where I need to get it out of my head, I need to have a conversation with someone…

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Strategist, ex-banker, builder, and writer. I love the art of writing and I still build things. But these days I focus more on humanity than economics.

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Strategist, ex-banker, builder, and writer. I love the art of writing and I still build things. But these days I focus more on humanity than economics.

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