Herein on “antifragility”: an attempt to integrate within intelligent business design the concept of antifragility with future uncertainty, randomness and other related phenomena probed to humbling depths by Nassim Nicholas Taleb in his book Antifragile: Things That Gain From Disorder, a volume from an equally compelling collection of his work entitled The Incerto. All of the ideation in this chapter ought to be rightly credited … Continue reading Antifragility

Capital’s Gravity

Capital, like our too-tricky-to-prove-but-too-critical-to-ignore-quantum-physics-friend the graviton, exhibits certain qualities that have gravitational effects on external parties. Specifically, the more capital that aggregates together, the greater the attractive gravity it has on other external capital (mediated through human decision making). Likewise, the faster capital moves through the channels of a business operation, the more gravity the operation exerts on other capital, so the velocity of capital … Continue reading Capital’s Gravity