Ayn Rand Hero: Jennifer Grossman – CEO Atlas Society Social Strategy

December 29, 20160 Comments

Join Mark Michael Lewis and the CEO of The Atlas Society Jennifer Anju Grossman as they talk about how to bring the ideas of Ayn Rand to the wider culture – especially our youth. We especially discuss her thinking behind her provocative choice to write an op ed in The New York Times about how people can BOTH love Ayn Rand AND love God. Learn why Jennifer says, “I don’t think that the problem is not that we don’t have enough philosophically pure Objectivists in the world. The problem is that we don’t have enough people reading Ayn Rand.”

In this episode you’ll hear:

Using new technology to bring ideas to market. [7:37]
The opportunity of introducing Ayn Rand to fresh minds. [10:27]
Getting creative and going beyond the “white paper” approach. [13:28]
What is required for people to hate Ayn Rand. [14:37]
Overcoming the stereotype of Objectivists as harshly judging individuals. [17:58]
Aligning with people’s sense of life and guide them to philosophy. [21:00]
Dagny Taggart as a feminist icon. [30:25]
Expressing our love of our fellow men. [34:23]
Don’t be an idiot and don’t be an asshole. [37:26]
The Objectivist sense of life vs. philosophy as honey and vinegar. [39:34]
The difference between Peter Keating and kindly attracting people to Ayn Rand. [43:19]
The story behind Jennifer’s article on loving both Ayn Rand and God. [46:21]
Can you be a full Objectivist and believe in God? [52:42]
The spiral of becoming an Objectivist. [56:20]
The shift towards introducing more people into the Ayn Rand orbit. [58:34]
The overarching goals for The Atlas Society – widening the audience. [1:01:55]

To read the article Can You Love God and Ayn Rand? goto

To access the many resources offered by The Atlas Society, goto http://AtlasSociety.org

And to learn more about Jennifer Anju Grossman,



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Mark Michael Lewis is a Profitability Coach who guides entrepreneurs to make increasingly profitable decisions in their business, their relationships, and their quality of life. He created the Creating Thriving Partnerships 24 hour audio program -- especially intimate/romantic partnerships, but also in business and communities. Over the last 25+ years, Mark has trained 1000s of people, consulted with 100s of businesses, and coached 100s of individuals and couples to thrive. He is the host of the Talking Thrive podcast and the Becoming an Ayn Rand Hero podcast where he offers insights and interviews about how to live integrated thriving lives. Mark is the author of three nonfiction books, including "RelationDancing" and "The Key Is In The Darkness." You can learn more about his work at http://ThrivingPartnerships.com and http://TheProfitabilityCoach.com.

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