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6560 Andrew Nellestyn’s Food for Thought: COVID – ENTREPRENEURIAL SHIFTS, EXPONENTIAL INNOVATION & THE CRITICAL CENTRALITY OF DATA

THE HUMAN MIND, EVER IMAGINING & CREATIVE, IS A VIRTUAL PERPETUAL MOTION MACHINE!

NEVER LET A CRISIS GO TO WASTE! The COVID pandemic, sad as is the loss of loved ones & gainful employment, is proving 2 b a period of explosive & unprecedented innovation, entrepreneurship & discovery. This week’s MAULDIN REPORT bears welcome hope, confidence & direction.

Einstein: Imagination is more powerful than knowledge.

– AN.

“Our most important natural resource, by far, is the human mind. Any one of them has astonishing potential all by itself. When we put them together, true magic happen. As you know (because I [JM] and others have lamented it), this pandemic/recession has destroyed 100s & 1000s of small businesses all over the world. But it didn’t destroy the entrepreneurs who founded them. I believe many will do what comes naturally 2 them & start more businesses—hopefully better than those they lost.

Transitions r hard but often lead 2 a better place. I believe some wonderful new ideas + very successful businesses will emerge from this time. I can’t wait 2 see what they are.

We literally live in one of the most exciting periods in all of human history. [We might well] live a great deal longer than previous generations?” JM.
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ON DATAITS CRITICAL CENTRALITY

Modern government centres on data base management. Without a good database, enterprise input and secure and shared access thereto, governments will struggle to implement policy. This applies also to defence, intelligence, business, finance, science and a multitude of other endeavours. We cannot ignore nor escape this fundamental fact. The mitigation of the COVID-19 pandemic so attests.

– AN.