My Dad Rodolphe Clauteaux died on the 31st of January 2013.
This incredible man uploaded on Facebook all his knowledge, all his experience, and all his dreams.
He died on Facebook; a few pictures, some videos, but Facebook has much more about him. Behaviors, screen time, moods, etc.
We know how to evaluate real-estate or cars; why not our digital life data?
Twenty-five years of digital, and we still have to fight for food.
Why do my interactions make Linkedin successful but not help every user buy food or pay the rent?
The memory of this moment, like the halo…
Muchos fundadores están buscando una idea de negocio, y eso está bien.
Por mi parte, estoy buscando un plan de vida y mi propósito es resolver un problema que Yo tengo, es personal.
La frustración de estar todo el día buscando interacciones en las diferentes redes sociales es agotadora. Veo a mis conocidos tratando de ser vistos a toda costa esperando el milagro sin enfocarse claramente en lo que pueden ofrecer concretamente.
No se trata de decir que estas “Open to Work” en Linkedin en una feria de esclavos moderna.
Veo aterrado cómo la crisis actual no modifica los comportamientos…
Imaginez ouvrir les planches de Gustave Doré avec exactement la même ambiance de 1863.
Le Quichotte me choque, me dérange. J’ai envie de l’aimer, j’ai envie de croire à sa folie. Je ne veux pas me laisser aller à la critique de la chevalerie, dans le contexte de 1605. Je veux l’aimer. Le paysage qui m’entoure ressemble au monde que peint Gustave Doré et que décrit Miguel de Cervantes, des paysages absolus, mystérieux ou la lumière peut devenir l’écran de toute l’imagination humaine.
A friend from university asks me, “what are you doing, Jean?”
My answer — ” I am the founder of a digital city, an app, URIJI- With an estimated population of 50,000.”
The answer falls in a long silence of those double blue check in WhatsApp.
I continue about digital life as the primary source of income in the future, etc., and how to apply blockchain on interactions in decentralized, shared values. Emoji:😳
My friend: Very interested, maybe astonished, changed the subject:
-” Wow, that’s great, Jean. That’s quite industrious. My first granddaughter was just born, and I bought a…
I dedicate this message to my three children so that they can read it in 731 days.
Paid employment is antic.
The job now is to produce and own data.
With your data, you collaborate for the prosperity of all. This contribution will be verified by all (consensus). It’s happening.
This post, on whatever network, will be generating dividends.
Not only remunerating the time that I am taking to write it, and you in reading it, but also the “you and me” that is created.
That “you and me,” this bridge, will be called the black gold.
In the context…
Parked today I was thinking about the world 44 years from now (when my son will be my age).
Exponentially, it is highly probable that human consciousness will migrate to the artificial world.
“I like to think (and
the sooner the better!)
of a cybernetic meadow
where mammals and computers
live together in mutually
like pure water
touching clear sky.
I like to think
(right now, please!)
of a cybernetic forest
filled with pines and electronics
where deer stroll peacefully
as if they were flowers
with spinning blossoms.
I like to think
(it has to be!)
We are now entering a time where traditional jobs are losing significance.
Unemployment and drastic shifts in the ways we consume are forever changing pre-established societal conventions.
Although a slow-growing economy leads to an infinite number of opportunities.
What many want to know is :
Who will benefit the most from this?
When creating accessible sources of income disappear, specifically in this consumer society that loses consumers, the rules are different.
We need to create value.
Creating real value is the antithesis to the consumable nature of today’s exchanges where nobody is indispensable.
We have to include an empathy-based economy…
Since 1984 I began to love technology; in 1990, I had my first computer, a Macintosh Performa. In 1997 I bought my first cell phone, a Nokia 232. On April 8, 1998, I received my first email. In June 1999, I created my eBay account. My older children were not born yet.
Sarah was born in 2000, and Gabriel was born in 2001. In 2004 I opened my Linkedin and my Facebook in 2005. On March 23, 2005, I gave my first Skype conference. At the age of 47, I still have 30/35 years of active life.
Meeting people saying…
For me, it’s personal. Many founders are looking for a business idea, and that’s fine.
The frustration of spending all day looking for interactions on different social networks is exhausting. I see my friends trying to be seen at all costs waiting for the miracle without clearly focusing on what they have to offer.
The Invisible Leader is invincible
Leadership has multiple forms. The one that interests us most is the one that defines the abilities to lead a group of human beings to a destination.
From a very young age, I created youth movements and associations. Therefore I led many student groups. Which means I studied hard to be a leader. I prepared myself carefully and always thought that there were terrific recipes to be a great leader. One day, I counted the seminars and courses that went along my corporate career in different positions where I had to be responsible for teams…