The Get Satisfied Book
From the outpouring of personal stories submitted, our editorial committee chose these twenty to represent the broadest possible spectrum of Americans who have found the satisfaction of enough. Foreword by Peter C. Whybrow, MD, author of American Mania: When More Is Not Enough.
O, THE OPRAH MAGAZINE says:
"[The Book] presents inspiring case studies...The message: If they can do it, so can you. It's about feeling satisfied, not deprived. About filling up, not emptying out."
Question: What does being a Postconsumer mean to you?
The answers below were submitted by individuals who’ve completed the Get Satisfied Interactive Handbook and who are well on their way to finding the satisfaction of enough. Add yours today!
Whether postconsumers decide to find satisfaction with a little or a lot, consumers cannot get satisfied at all. By definition, more is not enough in consumer society, so moving beyond it is the only way to end this stress on people and the planet.
“I am a postconsumer because I would choose nearly the same lifestyle and the same activities if I had more money available.”
TELL US! How much is enough to be satisfied?
Here's our latest poll question. If the mantra of consumerism states "More is never enough," we at Postconsumers seek "the satisfaction of enough." Each of us (rather than the media) defines it for ourselves. Which of the following best defines it for you?
Not a scientific survey