Ramifications of the Shared-Belief is Missing for Actors Truth #4 – When Belief Motive is Missing for Actors. What happens when the actors in the equation don’t believe in the Strong Attractor?  What are the ramifications of coercing engagement from a position of authority? 
Leaders – Leaders that don’t believe in the mission avoid personally investing, minimize involvement, and look to other activities and ventures for fulfillment.
Creative Team – Tasking creative staff with something they don’t believe in, or isn’t viable, is totally demotivating; forcing engagement feels like a personal violation!
Customers – If the Market doesn’t believe your Strong Attractors are viable, they will concluded that you’re misallocating your R&D Capital which (to them) foretells of your decline as a vendor.  They will quietly begin to search for a replacement vendor.
Investors – (special case) investors can quietly cash-starve you into alignment with their belief, or replace your up chain, or they might just progressively divest in the venture replacing your organization with more congenial investment or acquisitions.
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