Kyle Baxter knocks it out of the park with this one, commenting on Seth Godin’s equally wonderful post this morning:
This century is about having a vision for the way things should be, and the audacity to make it so. Just a decade or two ago, it took immense amounts of capital to launch an idea that could change the world. Now, it takes a few people with an idea, a computer, and the willingness to learn how to build it.
The only thing holding us back now is ourselves.
He rightly argues that this is the age of accountability, where you can’t just blindly follow a life path that will guarantee you success (go to school, get a job, live life, retire).
This has massive ramifications across almost everything we do in education and work.