Episode 1.02 On Family

You Can't Have It All; Singleness Not a Disaster; and Family, Work, Innovation, and the Long View

Tagged: Christianity, economics, ethics

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Show Notes

In which we talk about one of the longest views: family. In particular, we look at the ways that all our pursuits—especially those having to do with family—force us to make choices about what we value most and to allocate our time accordingly. After all, one’s impact on one’s family is far more long-lasting than nearly anything else we do. We also spend some time thinking about the responsibilities of corporations to develop expectations that support families as genuinely valuable to culture




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Chris Krycho is a software engineer, podcaster, writer, and occasional composer. He lives with his family in Colorado.

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