To build accumulated advantage, more people should live in multigenerational homes to benefit from pooled resources, shared costs, shared investment risks and gaining a generational mindset.
by Murray Melbin Why read this book? Studying frontiers, the reasons they form, the people that create them, and the early rules that govern them, can provide a recurring recipe for innovation. The lessons we learn from one frontier are applicable to future frontiers. We can expect human beings to act in similar capacities for … Continue reading Night As Frontier: Colonizing The World After Dark
Photo by Ketut Subiyanto on Pexels.com More employees are working remotely and are re-evaluating what matters. Ultimately moving to places that better meet their needs. In 2020, remote work is a hot topic. Companies are downsizing corporate offices and allowing employees to work remotely on a permanent basis. In fact, the global commercial real estate … Continue reading Why Remote Work Will Convince You to Relocate
Photo by George Becker on Pexels.com Innovating an old system in a world playing a new game. The push to innovate how we educate kids hides a simple truth. What we teach is outdated and doesn't address many skills needed in the digital age. Many education innovations reinforce the growing education bubble. A workforce filled … Continue reading Education and The Red Queen Effect: Is it Time to Worry?
The pandemic is forcing the creation of a new social class known as Sovereign Individuals. Born from remote work and digital infrastructure.