Winning The Zombie War
Fear and greed are powerful motivators – some say the most powerful. In his book, World War Z, Max Brooks argues that fear is simply the other side of greed: the fear of missing out. Or, as our acronym-loving generation call it now: FOMO. Is Brooks right? Is our motivation always fear or the fear of missing out? Are these our most “primal” emotions? Often. Maybe even almost always. But always? Not necessarily. To illustrate, I’d like to talk about zombies. The corporate kind.