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Dear community members,
This week the Founder & CEO of Network Capital Utkarsh Amitabh, wrote another article for the Indian Express on the Fuelling Future Forward Dreams.
The future economic and social possibilities are not pre-ordained. How we think of our stories today and how we write them will pave the way for an uncertain, unpredictable but hopefully exciting future.
Starts this week | Practical World History
Change happens gradually, then suddenly. Let’s be prepared for it. The first step is to understand its history and moral geography. History doesn’t repeat itself but it often rhymes. Keeping these period of history in mind will help you explore contemporary trends with greater clarity.
This course is designed to help -
Participants understand the key ideologies and events that have shaped change in the last 500 years.
Frameworks and mental models on power and decision making that can you a better leader today.
Insights on the rhythms and cycles of history that might help you navigate an ambitious future.
PS. Classes start on Dec 7, 2022.
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💌 Paradox of Trust - Gladwell has a simple formula for dealing with strangers, an adaptation of Hanlon’s Razor: trust people with caution and humility. Caution because things can backfire and humility because we are not particularly good at reading strangers.
💌 The Art of Introducing Yourself - For the last 7 years, I have been to a new country every month or so (pre-Corona chaos of course). This exposure, to which I owe most of my powerful learning adventures, has enabled me to both introduce myself thousands of times to people and witness tens of thousands of people introduce themselves to me.
💌 Sprint, Rest, Repeat: The Opposite of Hustle? - If knowledge workers train like athletes, they are likely to get more done with less and do stuff that moves the needle. History is likely to remember such knowledge workers favorably.
In this podcast, we draw on the current employment trends, what's his take on The Passion Economy, its relation to the Cultural and Creative Industries and where does Web3.0 fit into all of this.
Have a wonderful week ahead.
— Your Network Capital Team
“Maybe all one can do is hope to end up with the right regrets.” ― Arthur Miller