Great work! You have a new subscriber. I’ve been meaning to give your newsletter a closer read for awhile now, and what better place for me to start than with a piece about web3?

You even pointed out Charles Eisenstein’s book Sacred Economics, which I keep returning to over and over again. I first read it over a decade ago, and it’s still one of my favorite books.

My own intro to web3 was also wholesome af, and I quickly got drawn into many fascinating rabbit holes. Last year I wrote a private letter to the folks in my circles who are mostly unfamiliar with web3. Like you, I didn’t seek to proselytize or convert anyone; I was mostly hoping to spark genuine curiosity, and help people recognize that there’s deep potential here — potential that’s all too easily overlooked. I especially like this bit from what you wrote:

“…we need to integrate qualities such as biodiversity, soil health, water health, and other vital ecological services into what we account for and consider as valuable. And to have this so compellingly clear and aligned to economic interests that we are overtly incentivised to do what we ought be doing all along.”

Thanks for this excellent read. I’ll soon dig into your archives and read more of your work. Grateful to have minds like yours among the early adopters of web3.

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Oct 26, 2022Liked by foxwizard

Thanks for pulling together a number of complex ideas into a digestible form. I wanted to alert you and your readers to a book coming in Feb 23 by John Montgomery: Net Zero Business Models, Winning in the Global Net Zero Economy published by Wiley. Well written and provocative.

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