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Everything that’s done, is undone. Everything that’s undone, is done again.
The more impact you have, the greater the incentive for the *next generation* to do the opposite of what has become the “new default.”
This is in part because we as social creatures flex on one another by doing new things— by being in the know.

We do this individually, as well as on a inter-generational basis.
Doing new things makes us feel special. And “new” is always relative to that which is old (even though the old thing was once new).
We can think of this using a seesaw analogy. If everyone’s on one side of a seesaw, the highest leverage activity is going to the side no one’s on.
So while there is lots to be “done” during #blockchainweekNYC, remember to have fun and not take yourself too seriously.

Everything that you do will be undone, and there is great lightness to be found in that realization.
This book has influenced the above thinking greatly:

Generations: The History of America's Future, 1584 to 2069 amazon.com/dp/0688119123/…
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