WORK HARD, GETORGANIZED, GETEDUCATED ANDWORK SMARTER?
THIS HARD?200,000,000+CHILDREN MUST WORK JUST TO EAT!
$ 1.36/HOUR+BENEFITS UNKNOWN PER WORKER THIS ORGANIZED?
THISEDUCATED?74.2% LITERACY YET 68.7% INDIANS LIVE ON LESS THAN $2/DAY
THIS SMART?2012 GLOBAL PUBLIC DEBT1-$48,747,641,930,7692012 U.S. Account Balance (What the U.S. Owes the World)2 Each Employed Person in the U.S. owes3 How long it will take us to pay oﬀ4-$561,000,022,016 $11,890,000 283 Years!1. As of 5:15 PST 8/31/2012 | Source: Economist.com | 2. Source: Index Mundi 3 & 4. Factoring in per capita income of $47,200, Per capita public debt, 9.7% unemployment and assuming 0% inﬂation! | Source: Index Mundi
HOW’S THAT WORKING OUT?$0.16/day MITA SLIM $4,583,333.33/day
We Assume1. Resources are scarce?2. Grab it before it’s gone?3. Everything has a price? Image Courtesy: oildrum.com
FOOD WATER ENERGY Source: worldometersFOOD WASTED IN THE U.S.A. ANNUAL WATER CONSUMPTION SOLAR ENERGY FALLING TODAY118, 612 3,310,048 3.2 TRILLION MWhTONS WASTED TODAY BILLION LITERS / YEAR WHEN WE USE 3.7 MWh/D27,476 PEOPLE DIED 813,018,535 PEOPLE 281,224,798 MWhOF HUNGER WORLDWIDE TODAY WITHOUT ANY SAFE DRINKING WATER NON-RENEWABLES USED TODAY102% 4.3% 441 GALLONS = 9 BILLION OF WATER REQUIRED 8X GALLONS OF WATER TO PRODUCE JUST CONTAMINATED FROM 1 POUND OF MASS FRACKING EVERYDAY PRODUCED MEAT 25% IN THE U.S. ALONE!!!
1884 FIRST WORKING 1904 FREE WIRELESS 1931 ELECTRIC DRUG ELECTRIC CAR ELECTRICITY FREE CURE-ALLGLOBAL ENERGY INFRASTRUCTUREEXPENDITURE ESTIMATED FOR THECURRENT DEMAND OF 14TWh+/YEAR$550 1964 1983 2008 ? SUNLIGHT+WATER = WATER & SOIL FREE SINGLE ELECTRON UNLIMITED ENERGY FOOD GROWERS TRANSFER NANO-GLASSBILLION / YEAR NOW SELF-REPLICATING NOW BIOLOGY INSPIRED NOW DIY WATER POWERED AIR WATER CAPTURE CAR DEVELOPED BY A 16 NANO-MATERIALS FOR ADVANCED YEAR OLD KID... SYSTEMS TO GROW BATTERIES AND DISTRIBUTED FOOD IN THE DESERT DESKTOP MANUFACTURING... AND MORE... Source: IAEA.org
IS THIS THE BESTEXPLANATION WECOULD COME UPWITH?
MOVING FROM... Proﬁts to Beneﬁts Source: Shutterstock
OLDPRE INTERNET R&D + MANUFACTURING UNIVERSITY + NON PROFIT R&D EXPECTATIONS SUPPLIERS & WORKFORCE INVESTMENT INSTITUTIONS FOR PROFIT CORPORATION Opacity INVESTMENTS Blind spots for each entity Secrets Protect Interests MARKETING Contracts FEEL GOOD & ADVERTISING Mistrust & Manipulation PHILANTHROPY Donations LOGISTICS & SUPPLY CHAIN High Margins Unforeseen Risk Mitigators Research Ownership Equals Cost Controls Increasing Overheads per Entity Innovations Products MASS MARKET CONSUMERS DISTRIBUTION Consistency & RETAIL Capital Controls Value Chain Reports Barriers Keep Out Competitors Consistency “Feels” Stable
POST INTERNET NEW 3RD PARTY R&D + MANUFACTURING & REALITIES ??? 2-WAY CROWDSOURCED EDUCATION + INNOVATION NON PROFIT R&D Overshooting Capital Requirements to Justify Valuation. Overhyping Exit Opportunity to FREE AGENT maintain Credibility SUPPLIERS & WORKFORCE Cost of Market Valuation MICRO-EQUITY SHAREHOLDERS CROWDFUNDING +INSTITUTIONAL AGILE/MOBILE FOR PROFIT EMERGENCE Value Lost to Long Tail INVESTORS CORPORATION OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING Connectivity CONTRACTS Suppliers & Workers are Free Agents Privacy & Patents Opened & Shared SOCIAL MEDIA & BIG DATA Investments + CROWDSOURCED Collaboration is Advantageous EMERGING SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE Donations ENTREPRENEURS + TRADITIONAL PHILANTHROPY HELD TO HIGHER LOGISTICS & SUPPLY CHAIN Low Margins ACCOUNTABILITY + Duplication is Increasingly Easier Research DISTRIBUTED RETAIL Ownership Becomes a Liability Low Quality Copies Erode Value Innovations Products NETWORKED CO-CREATOR Disruption CO-INVESTOR Lower Cost for New Entrants CO-PRODUCER Reports CO-PROMOTER Network Value is Capital Agnostic CONNECTED PROSUMER Enforcement is Difﬁcult & Expensive
“I know that most men—not only those consideredclever, but even those who are very clever and capableof understanding most difﬁcult scientiﬁc, mathematical,or philosophic, problems—can seldom discern eventhe simplest and most obvious truth if it be such asobliges them to admit the falsity of conclusions theyhave formed, perhaps with much difﬁculty—conclusionsof which they are proud, which they have taught to “others, and on which they have built their lives. —Leo Tolstoy Opening to Ch 14. Translation from: What Is Art and Essays on Art (Oxford University Press, 1930, trans. Aylmer Maude)
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