We work to live, not live to work. We seek enlightenment through recognition for what we know, not who we are. Humanity, challenged. Knowledge, a path to enlightenment. Real-time replaces online.
Menial labor has been replaced with geo-aware appliances that live in our homes, offices and cruise the streets in the form of driverless vehicles. The competition for work is immense. Tertiary education is considered inefficient, with most of us learning through open and crowd sourced platforms that makes us more attractive to employers who compete in the now.
Working where you live has been disrupted by globalization syndicates that connect sellers with buyers, and enable the most talented to become their own brands.
Buried within a sea of complex, multi-faceted data is content that matters the most to us. Our interests, concerns and opportunities are carefully curated into discovery-as-a-service.
Startups raise capital directly with high net worth individuals, businesses secure lines of credit based on real-time confirmation of purchase orders, and governments verify taxable income through the transparency of LinkedIn’s trading API’s.
Instantaneous language conversion and wearable technologies have given rise to creative communication experiences. Using the marketplace, a Vietnamese textiles manufacturer responded to a Brazilian contract for bed linen. Unable to speak Portuguese, LinkedIn provided real-time language translations between the manufacturer and the retailer in order to complete negotiations.