“digital natives”—have become accustomed to a new level of transparency. They operate under the assumption that everything they do will eventually be known online.
First, communities don’t want to be managed: They want to be cared for.
Our joke is an example of social capital.
Note: this is a non-rivalrous good.
When you conclude that talent, though not quite a myth, is certainly overrated, you start to realize that you never need to see yourself as below anyone. Instead, you should believe only that you don’t yet have the experience that another person does, then find a way to get it.