Introduction 1. She's breaking up, captain - unsustainable capitalism 2. Sustainable capitalism 3. Ethics 4. Can capitalism afford a conscience? 5. Triple bottom line 6. Market failure and the environment 7. Environmental economics 8. You need to get out more, mate 9. Careful with that axe, eugene - ludditism 10. Technotopia 11. Child labour 12. Breaking the chains - reaching for the off button 13. Time management - less is more 14. Doling out the drudge work 15. Set your mind free from the box 16. Multi skill 17. Kinky capitalism - the fetishism of commodities 18. Forget the moral majority 19. Could try harder - reading the reports 20. Crisis, what crisis? 21. On a neural pathway to hell 22. Fit for purpose? 23. Shine on 24. Idolatry 25. Putting words into the mouths of others 26. Pick your fights carefully 27. Look at your human credit terms 28. For heaven's sake, cheer up 29. Be special 30. Training - the fast track 31. Petty perhaps, but no small deal 32. Shackled by snacks 33. Stop living in the past 34. Know when to stop 35. Get involved in a skills exchange 36. Go back to bartering 37. Going it alone 38. Form a co-operative 39. You are what you do 40. Bigger may not be better 41. Down with debt 42. Save yourselves 43. New capitalism 44. Overdoing it 45. You want to think outside the box - learn from outside the box 46. Pay what you want 47. Don't keep it to yourself 48. Freedom of assembly 49. Kaizen 50. Lunch 'n' learn 51. You are what you consume 52. Power up Index
Steve Shipside Steve Shipside is a qualified diving and fitness instructor, an ultrarunner and an IronMan triathlete. His sporting highlights have seen him paraglide over the Andes, abseil off Table Mountain and run 250km across the Kalahari with a rucksack on his back. He has become a renowned journalist in the fields of new technology and fitness and is the author of Adventure sports, Getting away with it, Podcasting, Power-up Pilates and Win at the gym, all available from Infinite Ideas.