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
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.
The law of the vital few or the 80/20 rule refers to the fact that 80 percent of outcomes come from only 20 percent of the inputs.
Standardized education is broken. To improve it we must adapt it to a curriculum for the Information Age. This essay is a focus on where and why the curriculum must change.
Incremental growth requires that you build a process that can be improved over time. Iteration leads to process improvement. Process improvement leads to perfection. And not all processes scale well.