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The Perils of Specialization: How To Recognize Failed Management In An Age of Abundant Change

The rate, depth and pace of social change remains manageable for those who train their perception to find trends and exploit advantages of prescient knowledge developed in prudence.  This post will explore the general characteristic that fortifies an expectation of … Continue reading

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Clausewitz vs. Sun-Tzu: Money Is A Weapon!

With the arrival of decentralized (personal) electronic media, fiat (paper) money is losing its worth as a store of value.  Contemporary markets have recognized that our devalued currency is being replaced by value in commodities. The internet has introduced a … Continue reading

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