He has coined a number of terms over the years, including environmental excellence (1984), green growth (1986, with Sustain Ability billed as the "Green Growth Company" from 1987) and green consumer (1986).
Partners and employees who know the true story may keep it to themselves, for fear of violating the privacy of their colleagues.
They fear retaliation from one or more of those involved in the relationship. As small business owners achieve greater levels of success, status and wealth, they must never forget the first rule of healthy relationships: Protect yourself at all times.
In 1978, he co-founded Environmental Data Services (ENDS) with David Layton and Max Nicholson.
In 1983, he launched John Elkington Associates, later absorbed into Sustain Ability.
We’ve all fallen into mental trenches thinking about what the other person is thinking.
Dating and relationships are hard enough even great communication. Trust becomes difficult to produce and turns healthy and lasting love into a flipped magnet. If they don’t try to kiss you on the first date, it means they’re not into you.
Season 6, Episode 23 On this week’s episode of Freakonomics Radio: an economist’s guide to dating online. To find out more, check out the podcasts from which this hour was drawn: “Aziz Ansari Needs Another Toothbrush,””Why Marry?
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John Elkington (born June 23, 1949) is an author, advisor and serial entrepreneur, perhaps best known for coining such terms as environmental excellence, green growth, green consumer, the triple bottom line and People, Planet & Profit (or Prosperity).