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.
Month: August 2020
Night As Frontier: Colonizing The World After Dark
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
Why Remote Work Will Convince You to Relocate
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
Education and The Red Queen Effect: Is it Time to Worry?
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 What we teach is outdated and doesn't address many skills needed in the digital age.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?
A New Social Class is Made Out Of Remote Work & Why You Care
The pandemic is forcing the creation of a new social class known as Sovereign Individuals. Born from remote work and digital infrastructure.