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What if every problem so was so clearly defined that anyone could jump in to solve it?

  1. Know Your Enemy
  2. Embrace Chaos
  3. Accurate Identification
  4. Problem Solving
  5. Incentives
  6. Decisions

You can't solve problems if you lack the courage to face up to them.


What critical decisions need to be made on the path to living a long and fulfilling life?

From the cradle to the grave, what are the common challenges and decisions that every person must navigate on the path to living a long and fulfilling life?

What happens when millions of people find out the skills they spent thousands of hours building have been replaced by AI?

  • How are these challenges changing from generation to generation?
  • How can each generation help the other by providing different capabilities?

Game of Life

Find Meaning
Manage Time and Energy
Learn independently
Gather allies / Build a network
Understand enemies
Evolve exercise routines
Establish healthy sleep habits
Match diet to your body chemisty
Find cultural identity through Art/Dance/Food/Music/Sport
Develop your personal brand
Handle addiction
Sexual relationships
Earn a living
Manage your money
Buy a home/investment property
Experience Travel
Govern an organisation/community
Finding a Partner
Gain equity in a business/protocol
Raise a family
Switch careers
Decide how to retire
The endgame

Global Problems

You can't make progress if you can't gain consensus that a problem is worth solving.

The world is becoming increasingly complex and chaotic and we can't trust the systems we are supposed to believe in. At the same time we are unwitting volunteers in an irreversible experiment that could end humanity.

  1. Tech acceleration
  2. Communication
  3. Loneliness
  4. Distrust
  5. Dopamine traps
  6. Crony Capitalism
  7. The Industrial War Complex
  8. People desire fame over character
  9. Your attention is being manipulated
  10. Bot created digital pollution
  11. The young can't afford to buy a home, the old are struggling alone
  12. Plastic everywhere

Tech Acceleration

Tech changes us more than we shape it. AI is a massive bet that a few very well paid people will set the trajectory of a positive feedback loop in a fulfilling direction for the rest of us.


Dopamine traps created by social media are robbing people of real connection.


Trust is the foundation of the coordination games that make society tick and risks rapid errosion due to proliferation of AI fueled digital pollution.


Who is going to reeducate all the middle people that are laid off, whose capabilities are now irrelevant?

Crony Capitalism

Leaders driven by ego to outperform competitors to win over Wall Street analysts.

  • Ego Trumps Ethics
  • Cannot trust centralised power
  • The rich will become much much richer

Domain Specific

Problems by specific domain subject.