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Council of Financial Planners, April 2014

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  • Three pursuits …Success: UCB, 3rd year internship, job at Sun optimizing compilersService: shifted gears in peak of dot-com; started CF; lot of attention; building websites for nonprofitsStillness: pilgrimage, 30-day meditation
  • Its a radical departure from traditional entrepreneurship.  Traditional entrepreneurs, and really all economics, rests on a very limited foundational premise -- that human beings aim to maximize self interest.  Sure, a lot of good has come out of it, but it has restricted our capacity to generate new kinds of value.
  • Maria Montessori
  • Maria Montessori
  • Maria Montessori
  • The European Union last year approved a new rule mandating that all trades must exist for at least a half-second; Key question: how can technology support that inner transformation.
  • The European Union last year approved a new rule mandating that all trades must exist for at least a half-second; Key question: how can technology support that inner transformation.
  • The European Union last year approved a new rule mandating that all trades must exist for at least a half-second; Key question: how can technology support that inner transformation.
  • Mother’s Love; nature’s bounty; tomatoes don’t come with price tag. More than a 100 years since he penned those words, we’ve put price tags on thins that Oscar even in his Wildest dreams (or nightmares!) could not have seen coming. For instance, today your company for $10 can purchase the right to emit a metric ton of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. For $75 hundred dollars you can hire a human being to be a guinea pig in risky drug trials. And for a quarter of a million dollars you can buy the right to shoot and kill an endangered rhino in South Africa. So somehow we've managed to put a price tag on life, death, and almost everything in between.In a world everything has a price --- what happens to the priceless and how can technology contribute?
  • JP’s Chewing Gum story
  • SamvegBhansali
  • Sachi, Aditi Kulkarni

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  • 1. Nipun Mehta ServiceSpace.org
  • 2. “Social networks do best when they tap into one of the seven deadly sins. Facebook is ego. Zynga is sloth. LinkedIn is greed.” --Reid Hoffman-- Wall Street Journal, June 23, 2011
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  • 8. ManyTypes Of Capital
  • 9. Tell A New Story
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  • 17. Thank you!