Agreements — What They Are, Why They Are Important, and How People Work with Them — A Dialog with Orland Bishop

Agreements are a fundamental element of being human — it is how we interact with our own self, each other, groups, nature, and spirit.  In this dialog, our colleague Orland Bishop describes the deeper nature of agreements and why they are so critical to the human experience.  Click here to listen to this dialog.

For an in-depth look at how agreements influence your experience, and how to see those agreements, check out the Ecosynomics book-course.


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