December 12, 2005
Upcurves (also know as economics future expoentials) are all about compounding goodwill for all
At EXPONENTIAL VALUATION, we're making a list of upcurves (and downcurves) a thousand deeply purposeful people have told me about during my first 12 years on the net. We are also integrating those economic circles that can help - eg 30 year long cataloguers of entrepreneurial revolution, 21 year long cataloguers of death of distance's actionable consequences for humanity, 18 years of mathematical development aimed at simplifying maps of Unseen Wealth which began for me when I first mistrusted emerging brand valuation algorithms in the late 1980s...
Here is a partial listing of sector gravities we are cross-examining - if you spot one that you are interested in exploring relentlesly, do get in touch at email@example.com so we can share links. My purpose is not about owning the spaces where the debates happen but mapping where they are being pioneered and linkingin wherever people's needs are urgent and so most valuable
Please help us choose sector debates you and communities around you want to inquire about and map connections with other people who share the same urgent exploration for action. A thousand people, each with a deeply chosen gravitaional purpose, whom I have connected to over my first 12 years of internet life are making a start and linkingin around the listing below.
I will try and bring links over to this blog but iof you see a topic you need to be guided to most urgently, amil me chris macrae at firstname.lastname@example.org
Multiplying Value Peoples Want – Where are the upcurves?
Comments:Links to this post
Good summary of down-curves, Chris—a lot of pressing issues that much of humankind can solve but our institutions choose not to, sadly.
Funnily enough last time I had dinner with my dad, who's knowledge of history since 1935 is pretty encyclopaedic because between 1950 and nearly 1990, he inteviewed many of its institutional leaders for The Economist, I asked: so what's an example of a national government that was good at facilitating what its people wanted to evolve as opposed to commanding over people. Easy he said: I know of none except immediately after world war 2 where in defeat Japan and Germany's new govs worked hard for their peoples bets future interests
From the tsunami on, I have been wondering whether more and more people linked around the world get it. Whatever matters most to the future of the human race, it will be down to we (all peoples) to connect and network it - don't stand waiting for government, and is my dress-sense image looking cute FEMA's. Back in 1984, we predicted that 2005-2010 would be the most critical years for all people to network up from the grassroots, or forever after lose the goodwill wars. That's why pesky things like exponentials need mapping and debating, and ordinary blogger's freedoms NOT to be melted down must be truly valued if google is to exist in 2010
Every nation, including the Soviet Union and Red China, had a ﬂurry of positive activity soon after their founding. It is ﬂeeting. I have some faith—actually considerable faith—in the rise of India and its ability to hold its hundreds of cultures together through nation branding, and through not a little understanding of its historical richness. Its notions of karma, certainly, would have kept us in good stead post-tsunami, but we seem to keep looking to the same methods for disasters, where countries pledge millions and deliver only a few cents of each dollar.Post a Comment
Links to this post:
Authors and associates individual blogs
+ Add Beyond Branding to your Blogroll
Add feedsAggregated blogs
Old Beyond Branding blog entries
Get this blog via email
Beyond Branding bloggers