Photo by Laura Dewilde on Unsplash While researching and writing about global politics in the digital age, I came to a realization. The world exists in a state of feudal anarchy. As globalism grows, organizations lay claim to the allegiances of people around the world and across traditional geographic borders. Local, national and extra-national governments (EU … Continue reading What is Neo Medievalism and Why it Matters in the Digital Age?
Photo by Bermix Studio on Unsplash Financial Protectionism harms the global economy and creates an opportunity for decentralized money. The global financial ecosystem is deceptively complex. As a global reserve currency, the US dollar plays an important role in the growing global digital economy. But in the face of a pandemic and economic depression, financial … Continue reading Why US Financial Policy in 2021 Benefits Bitcoin
Photo by NASA on Unsplash To maximize success, digital businesses must leverage the full network effects of the globalized internet Consider this simple fact: there are 350 million people in America and 8 billion people in the world. The biggest mistake many American businesses make is failing to expand their audience outside of American markets. By focusing … Continue reading The Mistake Many American Digital Businesses Make And How to Avoid It
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 What we teach is outdated and doesn't address many skills needed in the digital age.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.