I Want to Build a Creative and Liberal Company

My dream is to build my own company. It feels so unreachable now because I am not rich and I did not study business, but I know someday my dream will come true. When I build my company, it will be founded on two things: creativity and liberal thought.

I want to build a company that allows people to creatively express themselves. They don’t have to be afraid that some nincompoop overly conservative investor/advertiser/boss will stage a hissyfit and clamp down on their right to tell the truth.

I want to build a company that is committed to protecting its employees well-being, instead of being intent on squeezing them dry. I want to build a company with well-rounded and compassionate leaders who are promoted not just because of their skills and knowledge about the company, but also for their multi-disciplinary minds, their vision that is attuned to the times, and their ability to motivate and inspire people.

I want to build a company that isn’t just valued because of the service or product that it provides but admired for the values that it espouses.

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All the opinions expressed in this page and in this blog are my own and do not represent the official stances of the companies, institutions, and organizations that I am affiliated with. I am a person. I’m not just a manifestation of corporate interests. I have an identity that is separate from my company because even if human beings are paid for a service by corporations, human beings are not owned by corporations. 

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