It’s a massive shift and ever more important to understand where our economy is going.
With the means of productions in the hands of the masses, instead of the elect, we no longer have to follow the model of the top-down approach.
We don’t need to wait to be told what to do next. We don’t need to wait for instructions. We get to decide what forward looks like.
Which means we can look around at each other, to our peers, horizontally.
“What do people like us do?”
That is so vastly different from the last two hundred years of industrialism. The mindset of “What should I do now?”
We have never had so many choices in human history. The challenge now is to learn how to make choices that leave people better off.