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A Start to Solving The People Centered Economy

Vint Cerf and David Nordfors in their new book The People Centered Economy introduced an idea that started to examine a new way of thinking about work - putting people at the center - not corporations …. much as I talk about with The Business Equation

You can see the start of some of my takeaways and words of wisdom that I am collecting from their book here.

And then I read this …

Where Your Job is Most Popular

I found this an interesting piece of analysis … BUT

… imagine if the jobs weren’t specific task driven’ jobs that we go do today … but rather passions that we the people’ had, the things we really want to do and imagine that on the other side, the equation is balanced with what buyers’ want - I don’t want someone to mow my lawn …. well actually I do, but I want that person to have a passion for there outdoors, who loves wildlife, who

Its the first example I have found in the wild’ for system to deliver what Cerf and Nordfors describe.

What do you think?

Is it really the start of a possible solution to matching what you love to do with people that want to buy what you love that you do?

Up next Sur-veil-lance Cap-i-tal-ism, n. “A new economic order that claims human experience as free raw material for hidden commercial practices of extraction, prediction, and sales.” Welcome To The Machine
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