Monday, March 13, 2006

Business Is A Self Sovereignty Issue

"Merchants have no country. The mere spot they stand on does not constitute so strong an attachment as that from which they draw their gains." - Thomas Jefferson

Jefferson seems to have said the above out of admiration.

In similar fashion the Internet does not care where you live; it offers an approach to liberty that empowers all of us within it's reach.

Personally empowering Technologies may well signal the end of those huge artificial tribes, the nation states.

A much more manageable governmental structure may develop, perhaps city states competing for valuable citizens.

Develop a business that can move with you. Mobility may be a key to personal success.

Governments will change as information technology continues to shrink the size of an organization required for efficiency. Society no longer needs to carry the expensive burden of remote central planners.

We don't know when the four bigs will deflate or implode; inevitable is not the same as immediate.

The change that is coming to the world could be very messy in some spots. Perhaps it is time to consider preparing to change spots.

Our origin as members of small nomadic tribes, frequently moving to where life had the potential to improve, may also be our future.

Mobility may also be a key to personal survival.

The netcohort already exists as protean teams opportunistically forming for specific ventures. They will likely provide the more efficient solutions we need to move into a more abundant future.

You are your business - Join the Netcohort.


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