‘Lectures’

Stupidity versus foolishness

Stupidity versus foolishness

What is the definition of stupidity? What does it mean to be foolish? Jonar Nader explains that corporations today are stupid because they do not act on what they...

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A useless invention that runs the world

A useless invention that runs the world

Which useless simple invention now runs the world? It keeps the world’s biggest event alive. Jonar Nader calls this ‘the technologist’s revenge’....

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Information needs to be informotion

Information needs to be informotion

Information is dead data unless it has form and structure. This is why Jonar invented the term ‘informotion’. In this recording, Jonar is speaking...

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What is the scarcest resource?

What is the scarcest resource?

Time is replenishable. Money is plentiful. In our society, the scarcest resource is an intangible one. To listen to an excerpt from the lecture, click on the green...

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Short term versus long term investments

Short term versus long term investments

In the past, futurists who spoke up, were sent to prison. People did not believe their predictions. The same is happening today. People simply do not know how...

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Undetectable and untraceable fraud

Undetectable and untraceable fraud

The term ‘undetectable and untraceable fraud’ (abbreviated to U2F) was coined by Jonar Nader. Here, he describes how it works, and why it is dangerous...

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The new management skill called Risk

The new management skill called Risk

These days, they have courses to produce Chief Risk Officers. This was something Jonar had predicted in the year 2000. To listen to an excerpt from the lecture,...

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Blooper with Microsoft Windows

Blooper with Microsoft Windows

When Jonar Nader was on stage, presenting to a large audience, his computer crashed. Here is what happened. The audience seemed to sympathise. They understood...

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Jonar’s predictions that came true

Jonar’s predictions that came true

Jonar speaks to a large audience about how he goes about predicting the future. The lecture was 70 minutes long. Here, in under five minutes, we hear excepts of...

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