Not too long ago, I kept a blog, and like many self-centered teenagers, wrote a lot about nothing. Thankfully for my self-esteem, a few friends and my mother humored me. Despite how much I loved writing, I did it sparingly when I stopped publicly airing my self-pity (ha, please continue to humor me).
I recently re-discovered the magic of writing. Some days, it’s a form of meditation. Other days, it’s to get things down and out of my brain. In the best way, it’s my tool to think out loud, to process my jumbled thoughts about our increasingly complex, confusing world, and my role in it as global citizen.
I find myself thinking about the intersection of innovation, capital markets, governance & civil society, and a few questions I’m tracking via this blog (among others):
- What does an inclusive world look like, and what do we design to get there?
- How will technology affect disenfranchised communities? In particular, frontier technology? How might frontier technology be used to close social and economic inequality?
- How could we fundamentally change incentives via innovation in finance and financing structures?
Also, personal questions such as:
- How do values show up in our lives? How do we hold them in moments of tension, when they most test us?
- What are examples of extraordinary moral leadership?
- How do I improve my decision making as an investor?
- How can I ask better questions?
Things you might expect to see here:
- Notes from a book I’m reading
- Articles, podcasts, or other media that I’ve enjoyed or found particularly powerful
- An occasional playlist (the only thing I’m really good at)
Interested in getting in touch? Find me on twitter: @stella.