Teacher, speaker, and author of The Ascent of Humanity and Sacred Economics, Charles Eisenstein shows us that in the normal world, it is always a little bit crazy to be an artist: to do things for beauty not money, to be a servant of a vision, to obey the artistic imperative. Yet Etsy, and other maker-businesses, thrive nonetheless. Charles explains a deeper cultural and economic shift underneath the Etsy phenomenon: towards the personal, the connected, the unquantifiable, the unique, and even the sacred.

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