Influence and connections are social capital. A person or entity who has ‘good social capital’ can ask favors, influence decisions, and communicate efficiently.
Financial capital: Money, currencies, securities and other instruments of the global financial system. It is our primary tool for exchanging goods services with other humans
Intellectual capital is best described as a ‘knowledge’ asset. The majority of the current global education system is focused on imparting intellectual capital — whether or not it is the most useful form of capital for creating resilient and thriving
EXPERIENTIAL (OR HUMAN) CAPITAL
We accumulate experiential capital through actually organizing a project in our community, or building a strawbale house, or completing a permaculture design.
I can see that ‘Human Capital’ is a combination of social, intellectual and experiential capital,
As one practices their religion, spirituality, or other means of connection to self and universe, one may accumulate spiritual capital. It contains aspects of intellectual and experiential capital, but is deeper, more personal and less quantifiable.