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Making a living

Public footpath that runs around around the outskirts of Southam

In which I take a walk and contemplate what it means to make a living in issue #107 of The Coach’s Notes newsletter.

Henry David Thoreau, the celebrated American philosopher and transcendentalist, once inquired, “What, precisely, do people ‘make’ when they ‘make a living?'” This seemingly simple query presents a profound existential riddle. What, indeed, do we make? Are we speaking of physical objects, intellectual contributions, emotional footprints, or something entirely abstract?

Let’s explore.

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Hi there. I'm Clay. Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the web. This is my home-base on the Internet. It's where I come to write, share, and connect. Feel free to link to my RSS feed or subscribe to my Substack. I'm always happy to chat. A little bit about me - I'm a blogger, podcaster, and barefoot philosopher. I also consult with companies and help them with their training needs.

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