Extreme ownership and failure

Apr. 24, 2018 by

If the project is not successful, everyone is to “blame” because the capital good producer didn’t do her due diligence to ensure her goods would be used in a way that was beneficial to people and planet.

Circular economies: a great start

Circular economies: a great start

Mar. 20, 2018 by

if you reward producers for stewarding their products through their use-life-cycle, then you get a different kind of systemic behavior. You get a system of producers-consumers working together to return products where they came from after they’re beyond their useful life. 

How mergers happen in Copiosis

Mar. 13, 2018 by

The goal of Copiosis is not to create a statistically perfect system. It’s to free humanity so it can solve problems we believe are impossible today, while focusing said humanity on what it most likes to do: whatever that is.

Why NBR makes more sense than paying people money

Feb. 27, 2018 by

Don’t you think it’s great that everyone would be lining up to feed people? I do. Because feeding people is important. More important than filing. More important than accounting. More important than advising someone on their tax shelters.