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My talks focus on simplifying the macro and micro future trends set to change consumers, businesses and economies in the near future.
“Very informative with regards to the finance sector in general. It gave good insight and as someone who is about to enter the industry I’m always trying to equip myself with what’s happening and also seeing opportunities with regards to start ups. Things are defiantly changing and it’s a matter on whose going to do it first. Banks are a bit slow in reacting, start-ups could catch up to them and pass them.” ~ Sifiso Mtshali, Student of Unisa (Bcom Finance)
“I love the session, I felt it was empowering especially as a young black female who is interested in this sector. There were interesting tips and case studies that were happening on a global level that can be applied in a South African climate. The trend of peer to peer payment stuck out for me.” ~ Mbali Zondo – Senior accounts manager at Engage Joe Public
Small changes can make big differences.
Simple experiments can yield complex results.
Through this blog, I explore the biggest ideas and unpack the most interesting questions I observe from my vantage point as one of life’s most enthusiastic spectators of Chaos Theory in action.
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Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity and Poverty, is a very big book that uses rather a lot of pages to outline a very basic idea: Bad Suff Happens to Countries Which Are a) Run Badly b) by Bad People. That’s it. (Also, if you don’t know much about global political and economic … Continue reading Why Nations Fail
Michel Houellebecq is clearly a polymath. In Atomised (a science fiction novel very cleverly disguised as serious prize-winning literary fiction) he demonstrates his wide ranging knowledge and deep understanding of subjects ranging from philosophy to physics, and from biology to psychology, to brilliant effect. The book reveals the author’s uniquely considered philosophy of history. He illustrates through his … Continue reading Atomised