Trump, Populism and the Rise of a Post-Scarcity World
I started writing a blog post last month on the deeper dynamics that I see driving the rise of populism (e.g., Trump and Brexit), and the post just kept growing so I decided to release it as a short eBook instead. Here's a first version, subject to update as I get feedback:
The rise of the transformation age
As I discussed in my TEDx talk, we've seen the end of the information age and the rise of the transformation age. I mark the beginning of the transformation age at 2007, a year that saw the confluence of the first next generation smartphone (iPhone) and the concomitant rise of high speed data networks to . . .
The Case for a 21st Century Behavior Change Platform
I just published an updated version of a recent white paper on why large-scale population behavior change is the central challenge of the American healthcare system and what the contours of a paradigm will be to address it. From the paper:
To say the current healthcare paradigm is challenged by the task ahead is an understatement: trying to . . .
A Visual TEDx Talk
The Hidden Forces of Consciousness Driving Our Thoughts, Our Lives and Our World
The shape of your mind is one of the single most important characteristics of your life.
And you've probably never heard of it.
The way you think, feel, lead, relate and process your experience and the world is defined in large part by the shape of your mind. In a moment we'll walk through all ten shapes of mind that have evolved to . . .
An Archimedes Lever for Global Transformation
Transformational technology. That's what I've increasingly come to call what I do for a living when asked. Chrysallis is not edTech. It's not mHealth. Though we share some characteristics with each. It's TransTech, and there's no wikipedia link to it because as far as we know we're creating the category. Here's . . .
One of the #predictableformulas of trendy blogging is some spin on how you can be special. How to treat your life like a startup, or hack your genome to stardom, or be like [enter latest venture-backed entrepreneur here], or whatever. The hidden subtext is always some version of this:
If you only would be as amazing as everyone else around . . .
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