I’m going to tell you what no one is saying out loud. In a world with Covid, rising nationalism, and war, society will not sustain progressive idealism for long. Many of the most popular digital age beliefs will become irrelevant in a world where basic needs are no longer certain. And this simple truth will … Continue reading What No One Is Saying Out Loud
The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau recently made a policy choice that aggressively targets anti-vax mandate protests. This decision will turn out to be a major policy blunder that accelerates the digital transformation. Through his actions, Trudeau has indirectly weakened the influence of not only Canada’s government, but other nation-states around the world. First, … Continue reading Trudeau’s Policy Accelerates The Digital Transformation
So, you’ve read The Sovereign Individual. Now what? You might want to gain some context. Because you intuitively know that the world is changing. And you understand that these changes will impact how we live, work, and interact with one another. But you might not know where to start building that context. This essay is … Continue reading The Sovereign Individual’s Reading List – 10 Books
Most people that read The Sovereign Individual find it to be an eye-opening experience. Initial thoughts can range from "wow, this is so accurate!" to disgust at the major libertarian worldview. Regardless of their beliefs, many readers ask themselves, "how could the authors have so accurately predicted the future?" The book definitely makes you feel … Continue reading Learning About The Sovereign Individual Community
2022 Predictions. This is not a new year's resolution. And it’s not a year in review. It's a look ahead at what might come next. A forecast based on what’s happened over the past year and an anticipation of the trends that likely continue. It’s a prescriptive forecast. A way to prepare for possible future … Continue reading 2022 Predictions: What Comes Next?