We still use industrial age moral codes in a digital society. It's ineffective & creates a divisive society. We need a digital bill of rights
Photo by Timothy Eberly on Unsplash What I like about the near future is that we can draw on past events to inform likely future outcomes. If we experience X and Y events, we can expect that a Z event is likely to follow. This type of prediction is a little like following a trail of … Continue reading 2021 Predictions: What Comes Next?
Photo by Fernando @cferdo on Unsplash The Covid-19 pandemic accelerated the shift to remote work. For knowledge workers, this lifestyle change placed the world in their hands. And among the many changes it brings, remote work is causing societal structure to undergo a significant evolution, creating a new class divide. Through this evolution, society is leaving … Continue reading Remote Work & The Tech Enabled Exit: Where To Live & Why?
Photo by Luke Chesser on Unsplash Over the next 10 years, a new type of wealthy elite will rapidly appear on the back of the unique information capital asset class. If you know what to look for, it's clear that these new elites are already emerging. And this trend is going to continue. The next 10 … Continue reading Why Good Curation Makes an Information Capital Asset Valuable
Photo by Vladislav Klapin on Unsplash I had a great exchange with a reader in response to last week's The Sovereign Individual Weekly Newsletter. The reader asked, "The moment the dollar is threatened by crypto assets as the reserve currency of choice globally, why won’t the USG simply outlaw owning or trading in Bitcoin (and other … Continue reading A Benefit of Nationalism: It Will Save Cryptocurrency