We are at a crossroads.

Capitalism is one of the most powerful forces for human cooperation on the planet. Like all powerful forces, it can be harnessed for good or ill. It is time to reclaim it for good.
 
Conscious Capitalism envisions a new definition of success, one that values higher purpose, stakeholder integration, conscious leadership, and conscious culture and management. This is not just a more meaningful way to conduct business; it’s more profitable, and we can prove it.
 
Is this something you already practice, something you already knew at your core? You’re not alone. Many others feel this way, in Seattle and worldwide. It’s time we got together.

  • The myth that profit maximization is the sole purpose of business has done enormous damage to the reputation of capitalism and the legitimacy of business in society. We need to recapture the narrative and restore it to its true essence: that the purpose of business is to improve our lives and to create value for stakeholders.
    John Mackey & Raj Sisodia
  • The first question when you are doing anything in life is, “What’s the point?” That is a very spiritual question. What are you doing with your one and precious life? You’ve been given a gift of consciousness and wisdom and now you have this resource for a fairly limited time. What are you going to do with it? In business you start from the same place.
    Fred Kofman

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Inaugural Event

Posted in - Events & News
on December 26th, 2015 1 Comments

A big thanks to everyone who joined us for the inaugural Conscious Capitalism Seattle meetup at Good Bar in November.

Our ragtag crew of organizers put the word out, but it’s not like we have a …

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  • The myth that profit maximization is the sole purpose of business has done enormous damage to the reputation of capitalism and the legitimacy of business in society. We need to recapture the narrative and restore it to its true essence: that the purpose of business is to improve our lives and to create value for stakeholders.
    John Mackey & Raj Sisodia
  • The first question when you are doing anything in life is, “What’s the point?” That is a very spiritual question. What are you doing with your one and precious life? You’ve been given a gift of consciousness and wisdom and now you have this resource for a fairly limited time. What are you going to do with it? In business you start from the same place.
    Fred Kofman