My guest today is Doug Antin, the Founder and Author of TSI Global Media, who writes The Sovereign Individual Weekly Newsletter, picking up where The Sovereign Individual left off and exploring the digital transformation in real-time.
Doug is the return guest of my podcast. Last time, we discussed how to become a sovereign individual, digital transformation trends, cultivating multiple income streams and writing a newsletter. In today’s episode, we discussed the following:
- A quick review of the past year from a sovereign individual's perspective.
- Has the concept of a "Sovereign Individual" evolved in the face of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain?
- How can one find the right community as a sovereign individual?
- A brief review of The Network State, a book by Balaji Srinivasan.
- How is technology empowering individuals and changing the way we live and work?
- How can individuals stay updated with the latest technological and digital transformation developments?
- The process of writing The Sovereign Individual Weekly newsletter and the discussion on free and paid content as a creator.
- How can we cultivate media literacy in today's abundant information and potential misinformation world?
- The current global affairs and how the role of government is evolving in a world where individuals have more power and control over their lives through technology?
- How can governments address the increasing conflict between remote workers and local residents?
- Two trends to look for in a remote worker who adapts to an asynchronous way of working.
Books and links mentioned in this episode:
- The Sovereign Individual: Mastering the Transition to the Information Age by James Dale Davidson and William Rees-Mogg
- The Sovereign Individual Weekly
- The Network State
- What do I think about network states?
- beehiiv — The newsletter platform built for growth
- How to be a Digital Nomad in Portugal?
- 2024 United States presidential election
- [Cash Reserves Definition](www.investopedia.com license holder.-,What Are Cash Reserves%3F,also be called cash reserves.)
- Follow Doug on Twitter