Change bears a different connotation to different people.
In the 60’s, change threatened the status quo (Hell No, we won’t go).
It’s inevitable that we need to adapt (from jukebox to boombox, from paper-back book to e-book). A few years from now, we would rather be dead than getting caught carrying a hard-back book (today’s equivalence of carrying a brick phone w/pull-out antenna).
In fact, leadership is all about change management: take R or L at the fork in the road (yahoo)
Change has been equated with letting go. But it’s not. It’s being adaptive and relevant.
Downgrading, downshifting, downsizing and retrenching.
The exact reversal of the 80’s “trading up”.
In the Hummer and the Mini, the author tries to point out the paradox in taste and style. At the present time, we…
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