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The New Economy Five trends driving a better world   Tony Bacigalupo • tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode
tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
Coworking spaces:            2,498tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
Local support network for   the new workforce tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
5 major trendstony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
from Industrial Production     to Creative Output   tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
“The only way forward is      to make all jobs creative    jobs, infusing service work, manufacturing work, farming, andev...
tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
from Owning          to Sharingtony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
“Now, a new era of sharing-based businesses  is beginning. Businesses as big as Netflix or     Zipcar, and as small as a g...
from Financial Profit  to True Prosperitytony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
Business says: “I’ll offer you a product     or service, in exchange for your      currency. You will have more.”     Bett...
from Suburbanism  to New Urbanismtony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
“Fighting congestion is not about convenience;            it is a fight to ensure that  the city can fulfill its most basi...
from Employed     to Independenttony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
The independent   workforce: tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
The independent   workforce:          1 billionDeskwanted 2013 survey tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
The independent   workforce:          1 billion                     with a ‘b’Deskwanted 2013 survey tony@nwc.co • @tonybg...
The independent   workforce:          1 billion                     with a ‘b’Deskwanted 2013 survey tony@nwc.co • @tonybg...
tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
Where do you fit in?tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
People do things a certain way "becausethats the way to get them done" instead  of "because we believe them right."Comprom...
But euphemisms do little to disguise the fact that people who do things because thatsthe way to get along with others, ins...
It is easy to defend this weakness of character         on the grounds of expediency.But however many excuses are made for...
By contrast:The person who becomes whole states his own nature, visibly and outwardly, loud     and clear, for everyone to...
State your own nature, visiblyand outwardly, loud and clear,      for everyone to see.     tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • bus...
Be not afraid of your own self. Stand        up for what you are.       tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
Be yourself, proud of yourself.    tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
Recognize your shortcomings.    Try to change them.   tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
But remain proud of yourself  And glad to be yourself.    tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
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Tony Bacigalupo from New Work City presents 'What coworking is teaching us about the new economy' at the Coworking Conference Australia 2013

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  • While officials were scratching their heads trying to figure out how to support this new thing, we did it by accident!
  • While officials were scratching their heads trying to figure out how to support this new thing, we did it by accident!
  • Maximized industrial output. Now what? Technological revolution came along
  • Less about employees and more about independents
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    1. 1. The New Economy Five trends driving a better world Tony Bacigalupo • tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode
    2. 2. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    3. 3. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    4. 4. Coworking spaces: 2,498tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    5. 5. Local support network for the new workforce tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    6. 6. 5 major trendstony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    7. 7. from Industrial Production to Creative Output tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    8. 8. “The only way forward is to make all jobs creative jobs, infusing service work, manufacturing work, farming, andevery other form of human endeavor with creativity and human potential.”Richard Florida, “Rise of the Creative Class” tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    9. 9. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    10. 10. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    11. 11. from Owning to Sharingtony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    12. 12. “Now, a new era of sharing-based businesses is beginning. Businesses as big as Netflix or Zipcar, and as small as a guy who rentsChristmas trees, have figured out there is gold in giving people convenient access to shared goods.” Lisa Gansky, “The Mesh: Why the future of business is sharing” tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    13. 13. from Financial Profit to True Prosperitytony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    14. 14. Business says: “I’ll offer you a product or service, in exchange for your currency. You will have more.” Betterness says: “Through the act ofexchange, I’ll ignite your human potential. You will be and become better—fitter, smarter,closer, wiser, tougher, humbler, truer, wealthier in terms that add up to a life meaningfully well lived.”Umair Haque, “Betterness: Economics for Humans“ tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    15. 15. from Suburbanism to New Urbanismtony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    16. 16. “Fighting congestion is not about convenience; it is a fight to ensure that the city can fulfill its most basic function of bringing people together.”Edward L. Glaeser, “Triumph of the City: How Our Greatest InventionMakes Us Richer, Smarter, Greener, Healthier, and Happier” tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    17. 17. from Employed to Independenttony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    18. 18. The independent workforce: tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    19. 19. The independent workforce: 1 billionDeskwanted 2013 survey tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    20. 20. The independent workforce: 1 billion with a ‘b’Deskwanted 2013 survey tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    21. 21. The independent workforce: 1 billion with a ‘b’Deskwanted 2013 survey tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    22. 22. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    23. 23. Where do you fit in?tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    24. 24. People do things a certain way "becausethats the way to get them done" instead of "because we believe them right."Compromise, going along with others, the spirit of committees and all that it implies-- inmetropolitan areas, these characteristics have been made to appear adult, mature, well- adjusted. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    25. 25. But euphemisms do little to disguise the fact that people who do things because thatsthe way to get along with others, instead of doing what they believe in, do it because it avoids coming to terms with their own self, and standing on it, and confronting others with it. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    26. 26. It is easy to defend this weakness of character on the grounds of expediency.But however many excuses are made for it, in the end weakness of character destroys a person; no one weak in character can love himself. The self-hate that it creates is not a condition in which a person can become whole. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    27. 27. By contrast:The person who becomes whole states his own nature, visibly and outwardly, loud and clear, for everyone to see.He is not afraid of his own self; he stands up for what he is; he is himself, proud of himself,recognizing his shortcomings, trying to change them, but still proud of himself and glad to be himself.- Christopher Alexander, “A Pattern Language” tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    28. 28. State your own nature, visiblyand outwardly, loud and clear, for everyone to see. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    29. 29. Be not afraid of your own self. Stand up for what you are. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    30. 30. Be yourself, proud of yourself. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    31. 31. Recognize your shortcomings. Try to change them. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
    32. 32. But remain proud of yourself And glad to be yourself. tony@nwc.co • @tonybgoode • businessofcommunity.com
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