The year is 2032, America is holding it's Presidential election and citizens cast their votes using a publicly administered blockchain. They can do this because their digital identity is secured and authenticated by the governments newly adopted system of non-fungible tokens (NFT). In this system, voters receive a unique NFT, minted at their birth, which … Continue reading Non Fungible Tokens: Why You Should Follow Their Progress
Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash We are entering a Digital Renaissance and are immersing ourselves deeply into digital life. The internet, smartphones, and other technologies are converging to create new methods of self-expression and ways of interacting digitally. The Information Age has started to come alive, forming a robust and globalized digital economy. This … Continue reading Elements and Principles of the Emerging Digital Renaissance
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
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.
Leadership in the digital age requires a person to become an information filter. A digital citizen is an active filter of information for their network.