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An idea formed at 0.1% is not an idea, but just an idea that no one is interested in. Why is nobody interested in thoughts? Thought is not able to create a need. She can only create a like-minded person. She does not create a client for a startup, so there is no demand for a startup product. Promoting a thought is about how to sell only one button from it under the guise of a smartphone, or to sell one wheel from it under the guise of a car. Only a 100% formed idea can create a client. An investor or partner never invests in thought, because he knows that he will then have to bring it to the idea. Why should an investor do this? Continue reading
The creative economy elite will be formed sooner or later. When this happens, the new elite will begin to put very serious barriers to entry into their circles and it will become impossible to get into the representatives of the creative class, even if you will be able to generate and implement ideas better than others. So if there is a desire to become one of the ideocrats, it is better to start doing it now, because then it will be too late.
This is due to the fact that when the creative class has a significant part of capital, they simply take all the power into their own hands and hold it until a new sector of the economy comes out in the first place, until the next type of economy begins to take shape which will replace the creative economy. Continue reading
The product of a post-industrial economy is an idea. It is clear that new ideas were generated and implemented before, but with previous technologies it was a very time-consuming task that required a lot of money, and therefore few people worked on it. Basically, everyone just copied other people’s ideas. However, the emergence of new technologies has allowed to put the generation and implementation of new ideas on the stream.
At first, this level of the economy was very weak, but then it began to occupy more and more strong positions, until, finally, the importance of this sector reached a critical mass and it began to crush other sectors. Continue reading