The Will to Power
Nathaniel Brandon graduated from the Ayn's inner circle to become guru of the self-esteem movement, instructing on the manifold benefits of setting moral compass to the wind. Redefining the self as “Brand”, he established new territories for a refined Randian dialect of ipsum uber alles.
“In a fiercely competitive global economy – with every kind of change happening faster and faster – there is little market for unconsciousness, passivity, or self-doubt. In the language of business, low self-esteem and underdeveloped mindfulness puts one at a competitive disadvantage.”
“…how can you possibly have too much of it?”