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Post-consumerism is often suggesting that there is a growing willingness to assert that well-being, as distinct from material success, is the aim of life. Post-consumerism can also be viewed as moving beyond the current model of addictive consumerism. This personal and societal strategy utilizes each individual's core values to identify the "satisfaction of enough for today." The intent and outcome of this basic strategy to date has "reached people where they are rather than simply where we are."
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- Post Growth Alliance, Who We Are, Retrieved on 25 April 2016.
- De Graaf, John et al (2014, Third Edition). ′′Affluenza: How Overconsumption Is Killing Us and How to Fight Back′′, p. 200. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, San Francisco. ISBN 1609949277.
- Holst, Carol (2007). ′′Get Satisfied: How Twenty People Like You Found the Satisfaction of Enough′′, p. xviii. Easton Studio Press, Connecticut. ISBN 0974380687.