Aisea ua i ai se Faʻaletonu?

O nisi tagata talitonu le faʻatautaia o pulega le lelei, matapeʻapeʻa, o se tamaoaiga o le lalolagi, taua, faiga faatupu faalavelave ma / poʻo le le tali atu a le malo na mafua uma ai le tamaoaiga o le lalolagi o loʻo tatou feagai. Atonu. Ou te talitonu o nei mea uma e mafai ona avea ma ni faʻailoga… pe atonu o ni laina na le misia e nisi o pisinisi sili ona lelei i le lalolagi.

Ou te manatu o le tamaoaiga o le tumutumuga o suiga na aumaia e le televave o le alualu i luma ma le tuputupu ae o tekinolosi. O le fa tausaga tikeri e telegese, o fale gaosi oloa e otometi lava, ma o le faʻaaogaina o faʻamatalaga e mafua ai se tasi o sili tele faʻaletonu le tamaoaiga i le tamaoaiga ma pisinisi na vaʻaia e le lalolagi.

O lona uiga o faʻamoemoe uma ua leiloa? Leai! Ae o lona uiga o se vaega o le lalolagi ua suia i se isi kia - tuua le tele o isi i tua. O i latou e taʻimua e le o ni tagata mauʻoa poʻo ni tagata aʻoaʻo… o i latou o le fai pisinisi, o le adaptor, o le tagata e mafaufau, ma le tagata e gaosia manatu.

Lenei o le talafaʻasolopito toe fai lava ia, ae i se exponential fua tatou te leʻi vaʻai muamua lava. Tautau mau, vave tali, faia nisi mea… O le a avea lenei ma malaga tiʻetiʻe.

4 Faamatalaga

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    History has repeated this before, many times over, and will continue to do so over and over again. It’s a natural cycle. 2 steps forward, one step back. Boom, bust, boom, bust, boom, bust. And mini-cycles within larger cycles.

    We’ve only just begun this current, and large, step back. The coming steps forward will be interesting, once they get underway.

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    The recession is the result of panic in the financial markets trickling down onto the rest of us. Recessions used to be called panics, back in the 19th century. It’s irrational, just like the famous “irrational exuberance” of the 1990s tech bubble.

    Tha exponential pace of technological innovation is not the cause, but may be the cure for this recession.

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    Interesting post Douglas, I think the blame game is coming at an end with the passing of the governmental baton, now we realize we have to take action. One of the biggest sectors that will change is going to be that of a switch in connecting to, rather than yelling at, your customers. Advertising is hurting the most from all the new social media; and no one knows what to do about it yet. Bumpy ride indeed.

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