How strong are your 8 forms of capital?

LivingPersonal healthNutrition and exerciseLocal garden, soil forests MaterialFood storesToolsSpare partsEnergy sources KnowledgeBook learningExperiencePractical skills, gardening, computers, car EmotionalHow strong are you in difficult times?How do you respond to an emergency?Spirituality and mindset SocialHow well you know people in your community?How rich is your social network?How strong is your support network? CulturalIs your local society supportive… Continue reading How strong are your 8 forms of capital?

You don’t need a coach.

You don’t need a coach. But you may need a team of coaches. FinanceNutritionBusiness growthRelationshipsSalesFitnessPublic speaking What happened the last time you took advice from an amateur?

Is information free?

Is information free? How do you add value in your business? Is this the route to enlightenment? Thought > Observation > Experiment > Result > Data > Information > Knowledge > Experience > Wisdom I help the client with the last two.

Chris Martenson – Expert in Practical Resilience

Chris Martenson, PhD (Duke), MBA (Cornell) is an economic researcher and futurist specializing in energy and resource depletion, and co-founder of PeakProsperity.com (along with Adam Taggart). As one of the early econobloggers who forecasted the housing market collapse and stock market correction years in advance, Chris rose to prominence with the launch of his seminal… Continue reading Chris Martenson – Expert in Practical Resilience

Who Inspires You?

Who Inspires You? I don’t really have heroes any more. I used to but they all seem to have fatal flaws. A motivational speaker sells out to an MLM. A business leader ignores sustainability. An environmentalist spirals into despair. What about right here, right now? Leonie Dawson inspires me with her brash language, generosity and… Continue reading Who Inspires You?

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4 Forms of Material Wealth

Riddle me this – If the four ways to generate material wealth are 1 Mine something 2 Grow something 3 Make something 4 Invent something Then explain this graph.

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Scientists Are Idiots

Scientists are idiots. They choose the hardest subjects to learn at school. They knuckle down for many years at University to get a degree. They focus their logical minds pursuing their careers, solving technical problems and creating new inventions to make our lives better. But they forget one important thing. In the real world people… Continue reading Scientists Are Idiots