I believe that the truly just society – and the one that serves all its members best – is the one that encourages and supports the creativity, imagination, and freedom of its entrepreneurs. You’ll find some important support for this thinking in topics I’ve been writing about lately.

Six Superior Characteristics Of The Entrepreneurial Society.

The political society in which we are mired is undesirable and unsustainable. The entrepreneurial society offers a much better outlook.

Entrepreneurship Is The Most Open System In The World – No Artificial Barriers, Everyone Can Play And Win.

Anti-capitalists claim that the capitalist system is closed. It's a horrible lie to tell people. The opposite is the case - the pathway entrepreneurship is open and welcoming to all.

Entrepreneurship Is The Opposite Of Politics: No Hate, All Love.

Are you concerned about the evil of hate in the world? It comes from politics and, in the US specifically, the 2-party system. There's an alternative: entrepreneurship instead of politics. Entrepreneurship is love, not hate.

The 6 Principles For Managing Continuous Innovation.

Continuous change in the external environment requires continuous change in the firm's business model and organization. Traditional management systems can't cope.

The Fairest Society Is The One Which Most Energetically Promotes The Entrepreneurial Creativity Of All Its Members.

What is fairness? Economically, it’s the freedom of each individual to exercise their innate entrepreneurial ability to spot opportunities and create new ideas and solutions.

Economics In The Digital Age Is Different.

Steve Denning explains how mainstream economics doesn't understand technological change. Austrian economics, on the other hand, has always explained and embraced technology's dynamics.