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Independent Press Award

2024 Distinguished Favorite

Dare to Be Naive: How to Find Your True Self in a Noisy World

Joshua Berry

Has anyone called you naive for suggesting that businesses can do more good and make a positive impact on not just profits, but also on employees, consumers, and the world?

…If so, you’re in good company.

Increasingly more employees, customers, and business leaders agree that how and why money is made is equally as important as the amount of money made. Yet business leaders often fear being labeled as naive if they pursue social good while pursuing profit. That fear can be paralyzing, ultimately keeping them from sharing – and acting on – their biggest and best ideas.

When we screen ourselves to present only what’s accepted as realistic within the mainstream, we eliminate the option for positive transformation. So how do you take informed, impactful action and lead your business to be a force for good, considering the rapidly changing workforce and evolving consumer expectations?

You dare to be naive.

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