In our era of AI, rapid change, disruption, and possibility, there are so many great opportunities within our grasp. However, smart, successful people consistently miss out. Their capabilities are limited by seven traps, and they rely on and repeat past decisions.
Our evolutionary history reveals a slow progression from selfishness and competition to cooperation and collaboration. With every cycle of evolution, we will see increased collaboration and altruism. If we do not evolve this way, we will see increased social carnage, destruction of our planet and the demise of our species.
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Ants have many lessons to teach humans about surviving change, including innovation lessons, lessons in collaboration and organisational structure.
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“What we know is a drop, what we don’t know is an ocean.” – Isaac Newton