Every time we converse, post and respond on-line and off we reveal ourselves. The word reveal means to make known, disclose, divulge, to lay open to view, display or exhibit. When something or someone is revealed each of us decides whether what or who is revealed has any relevance to us.
Many of us don’t realize how we reveal ourselves. What we reveal are the things that attract others to us or us to others. Whether an organization or an individual what we reveal are common characteristics that bring us together or separate us.
These common characteristics are transparently revealed in content that is in context to four things that determine who we are, who we want to be as well as who and what we attract.
We are all assets of the human network exchanging value with others. Our value makeup is reflected by four knowledge assets that represents value to the human network. An asset can appreciate or depreciate based on many variables. The primary variable that increases or decreases an assets value is determined by the demand for use.
Do The Assets You Reveal Create Demand for Use?
When we use the term asset we think of things that stores or lends economic value. When we think of the term value many would quickly reference terms of an economic transaction. The human network creates economic value by what we do. We earn money for what we do and exchange the money for other things of value. What we do and the exchanges we make represent “value creation and exchanges” that are and continue to be produced by knowledge assets borrowed, owned or traded between two or more individuals.
Knowledge assets are contained within human beings. The human network reveals four types of capital: 1) intellectual capital, 2)social capital, 3)spiritual capital and 4) creative capital. These four knowledge assets are used to create “value” that is traded with people and things we “value”. These four assets which reveal us are defined as:
- Intellectual Capital: That which we have learned, understand, know and apply to life experiences.
- Social Capital: The relationships we build and our ability to interact with others.
- Spiritual Capital: Our sense and faith in a higher power other than ourselves, our intellect and our social capital. This capital is usually referred to as the knowledge of “God”.
- Creative capital: The insights we see and the possibilities we create. Creative capital is influenced by the internal and external interaction of 1,2 & 3.
We use our knowledge assets and share them with others, organizations, institutions and society at large. We get hired for who we are which is reflective of our knowledge assets. Organizations use and abuse our knowledge assets to their gain or lose. We share our knowledge assets with family, friends and associates. We exchange knowledge assets in the form of conversations, actions and insights.
The #1 influence over economic output is individual and collective knowledge assets of people working together towards a common aim. Imagine if our collective knowledge assets were indexed, able to be searched and subsequently used, borrowed, shared and executed more efficiently. What could happen if we were enabled to identify and connect knowledge assets for collective gain?
Our life experiences shape our knowledge assets defined and then revealed by what we say and do. Collectively our knowledge assets represent the gifts and abilities we have, both the good and bad, which are ultimately shared with others through interactions and future experiences.
The Future Web of Knowledge Assets Connected
Social technology could enable individuals to leverage their knowledge assets for the benefit of others thus creating a giving exchange that provides exponential value. The technological medium will eventually index knowledge assets and create a new economic paradigm when knowledge becomes connected and taken out of silos of information.
The future web will enrich human experiences by giving, sharing, learning, relating and re-enforcing or improving the four things that reveal who each of us really are and what we have to offer and learn from each others.
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