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The AssetBased Podcast comes from the innovative mind of Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA. He discusses an asset-based approach to solving unemployment while bringing cloud-based employment to Mars and beyond. AssetBased People can do anything! Are you an AssetBased Bada**... yet? About: Jeffrey James Seyferth is the host of the AssetBased Podcast. He has authored numerous books under a pen name and has an MBA from the University of Illinois. He received his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University's Eli Broad School of Business. Jeffrey strongly advocates for asset-based thinking and gives zero farts to sunk costs. Jeffrey is passionate about investing in assets and building on individual strengths rather than identifying weaknesses and lending. He is also driven by an obsession with accumulating and securing assets.  Jeffrey's ultimate goal is to guarantee employment for every human being and to assist more asset-based people working on more asset-based planets.  Season Summary: In the AssetBased Podcast's first season, consisting of four episodes, host Jeffrey Seyferth seeks to creatively destroy the deficit-based economy. In episode two, titled "The Future of Work is Eternal Work," he discusses the future of work on Earth and other planets, emphasizing the importance of autonomy, self-advancement, and the role of families. Cloud-based work is predicted to be the single most-important industry, with every company competing for human cooperation. The future of work will be everywhere, any time, all the time, and even in space. Money, fame, and investments are all important factors in shaping the future of work. Overall, Episode 2 provides a brief and intriguing glimpse into the future of an interplanetary workforce.

AssetBased Podcast Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA

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The AssetBased Podcast comes from the innovative mind of Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA. He discusses an asset-based approach to solving unemployment while bringing cloud-based employment to Mars and beyond. AssetBased People can do anything! Are you an AssetBased Bada**... yet? About: Jeffrey James Seyferth is the host of the AssetBased Podcast. He has authored numerous books under a pen name and has an MBA from the University of Illinois. He received his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University's Eli Broad School of Business. Jeffrey strongly advocates for asset-based thinking and gives zero farts to sunk costs. Jeffrey is passionate about investing in assets and building on individual strengths rather than identifying weaknesses and lending. He is also driven by an obsession with accumulating and securing assets.  Jeffrey's ultimate goal is to guarantee employment for every human being and to assist more asset-based people working on more asset-based planets.  Season Summary: In the AssetBased Podcast's first season, consisting of four episodes, host Jeffrey Seyferth seeks to creatively destroy the deficit-based economy. In episode two, titled "The Future of Work is Eternal Work," he discusses the future of work on Earth and other planets, emphasizing the importance of autonomy, self-advancement, and the role of families. Cloud-based work is predicted to be the single most-important industry, with every company competing for human cooperation. The future of work will be everywhere, any time, all the time, and even in space. Money, fame, and investments are all important factors in shaping the future of work. Overall, Episode 2 provides a brief and intriguing glimpse into the future of an interplanetary workforce.

    Season Finale! The AssetBased Economic Revolution: One Company to Employ Them All

    Season Finale! The AssetBased Economic Revolution: One Company to Employ Them All

    Sources: 
    Microsoft: Change the Way You See Everything: Asset-Based Thinking
    Investopedia: Asset-Based Approach: Calculations and Adjustments
    Fiore Group Training: Asset-Based Thinking Changes the Way You See Everything
    Idea Sandbox: Asset-Based Thinking
    Edsitement.NEH.gov: The Declaration of Independence: "An Expression of the American Mind" Lesson
    NASA: Living and Working on Mars
    Big Think: How faster internet could reduce unemployment
    Medium: I Monetized Aging and Declared Humanity a New Species in 2010…

    About:
    Jeffrey James Seyferth is the host of the Asset Based Podcast. He has authored numerous books under a pen name and has an MBA from the University of Illinois. He received his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University's Eli Broad School of Business. Jeffrey strongly advocates for asset-based thinking and gives zero farts to sunk costs. Jeffrey is passionate about investing in assets and building on individual strengths rather than identifying weaknesses and lending. He is also driven by an obsession with accumulating and securing assets.  Jeffrey's ultimate goal is to guarantee employment for every human being and to assist more asset-based people working on more asset-based planets. 
     
    Season Summary: 
    In the AssetBased Podcast's first season, consisting of four episodes, host Jeffrey Seyferth seeks to creatively destroy the deficit-based economy. In episode two, titled "The Future of Work is Eternal Work," he discusses the future of work on Earth and other planets, emphasizing the importance of autonomy, self-advancement, and the role of families. Cloud-based work is predicted to be the single most-important industry, with every company competing for human cooperation. The future of work will be everywhere, any time, all the time, and even in space. Money, fame, and investments are all important factors in shaping the future of work. Overall, this episode provides an intriguing glimpse into the future of the workforce. 
     
    Episode Introduction: 
    In the first season finale of the AssetBased Podcast, Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA urgently advocates for the AssetBased People Movement to replace deficit-based economies. The host promotes a meritocratic and wireless internet-based system based on servant leadership, collaboration, and the elimination and burden of debt-based economies and industries. He emphasizes the importance of free enterprise and offers a vision for a better future without debt, benefiting all humans and their future generations. The speaker proposes using artificial intelligence as a tool to become a great virtual servant roboboss. Overall, the episode and the season as a whole explore the potential of a meritocratic system and strive for a utopian society based on employment as a utility, meritocracy, democracy, and servant leadership.

    • 31 min
    The Future The Past of Work

    The Future The Past of Work

    Sources: 
    Microsoft: Change the Way You See Everything: Asset-Based Thinking
    Investopedia: Asset-Based Approach: Calculations and Adjustments
    Fiore Group Training: Asset-Based Thinking Changes the Way You See Everything
    Idea Sandbox: Asset-Based Thinking
    Edsitement.NEH.gov: The Declaration of Independence: "An Expression of the American Mind" Lesson
    NASA: Living and Working on Mars
    Big Think: How faster internet could reduce unemployment
    Medium: I Monetized Aging and Declared Humanity a New Species in 2010… 
    About:
    Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA, the self-proclaimed "Steve Jobs of Work" is the host of the Asset Based Podcast. He has authored numerous books under a pen name and earned his MBA from the University of Illinois. He received his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University's Eli Broad School of Business. Jeffrey strongly advocates for asset-based thinking and gives zero farts to sunk costs. 

    In the first episode of the podcast, Jeffrey introduces himself and his nomadic journey, while providing little personal information or context about his identity. He advises that he is from another universe and has been undercover on Earth for 39 years. Jeffrey is critical of the deficit-based economy and advocates for asset-based economic theory to end unemployment. Jeffrey's ultimate goal of the AssetBased Podcast is to guarantee employment for every human being and to assist more asset-based people working on more asset-based planets.
    Are you an AssetBased Badass... Yet?
     
    Season Summary:
    In the AssetBased Podcast's first season, consisting of four episodes, host Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA seeks to creatively destroy the deficit-based economy. In episode two, titled "The Future of Work is Eternal Work," he discusses the future of work on Earth and other planets, emphasizing the importance of autonomy, self-advancement, and the role of families. Cloud-based work is predicted to be the primary industry. The future of work will be everywhere, any
    time, all the time, and especially in outer space. Data, Overall, the season provides an intriguing and memorable glimpse into the future of the workforce.

    Episode Introduction:
    On this episode of AssetBased Podcast, host Jeffrey Seyferth invites listeners to explore the past and future of work. Join in as he shares insights on how understanding the history of work can shape the future.  The future of work is uncapped, everlasting, and asset-based, making work functional and leaving many employers irrelevant. Imagine various possibilities that the future of work holds, and how being an AssetBased person has its privileges. The conversation delves into how the future of work involves payment for all 24 hours a day, including compensation for leisure and relaxation. Tune in to learn more about the asset-based approach to work and how it can lead to uncapped wealth and increased prosperity for all.

    • 6 min
    The Future of Work is Eternal Work

    The Future of Work is Eternal Work

    Sources: 
    Microsoft: Change the Way You See Everything: Asset-Based Thinking
    Investopedia: Asset-Based Approach: Calculations and Adjustments
    Fiore Group Training: Asset-Based Thinking Changes the Way You See Everything
    Idea Sandbox: Asset-Based Thinking
    Edsitement.NEH.gov: The Declaration of Independence: "An Expression of the American Mind" Lesson
    NASA: Living and Working on Mars
    Big Think: How faster internet could reduce unemployment
    Medium: I Monetized Aging and Declared Humanity a New Species in 2010… 
    About:
    Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA, the self-proclaimed "Steve Jobs of Work" is the host of the Asset Based Podcast. He has authored numerous books under a pen name and earned his MBA from the University of Illinois. He received his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University's Eli Broad School of Business. Jeffrey strongly advocates for asset-based thinking and gives zero farts to sunk costs. 

    In the first episode of the podcast, Jeffrey introduces himself and his nomadic journey, while providing little personal information or context about his identity. He advises that he is from another universe and has been undercover on Earth for 39 years. Jeffrey is critical of the deficit-based economy and advocates for asset-based economic theory to end unemployment. Jeffrey's ultimate goal of the AssetBased Podcast is to guarantee employment for every human being and to assist more asset-based people working on more asset-based planets.
    Are you an AssetBased Badass... Yet?
     
    Season Summary:
    In the AssetBased Podcast's first season, consisting of four episodes, host Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA seeks to creatively destroy the deficit-based economy. In episode two, titled "The Future of Work is Eternal Work," he discusses the future of work on Earth and other planets, emphasizing the importance of autonomy, self-advancement, and the role of families. Cloud-based work is predicted to be the primary industry. The future of work will be everywhere, any
    time, all the time, and especially in outer space. Data, Overall, the season provides an intriguing and memorable glimpse into the future of the workforce.

    Episode Introduction:
    On this episode of the AssetBased Podcast, host Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA, discusses the future of work. The speakers believe that the future of work is characterized by autonomy, self-advancement, and collaboration. Cloud-based work, artificial intelligence, and human collaboration in a knowledge-based economy will play significant roles in shaping the future of work. The speakers emphasize the importance of investing in work as it impacts future generations. Jeffrey believes that a company that pays more for doing something and something for doing nothing will dominate the future of business. Overall, the episode suggests that the future of work is eternal and empowering, connected to achieving success for one's family, and emphasizes that there is too much work to be done and not enough workers.

    • 5 min
    Jeffrey’s 4 H’s and an Introduction to His Asset-Based Approach

    Jeffrey’s 4 H’s and an Introduction to His Asset-Based Approach

    Sources: 
    Microsoft: Change the Way You See Everything: Asset-Based Thinking
    Investopedia: Asset-Based Approach: Calculations and Adjustments
    Fiore Group Training: Asset-Based Thinking Changes the Way You See Everything
    Idea Sandbox: Asset-Based Thinking
    Edsitement.NEH.gov: The Declaration of Independence: "An Expression of the American Mind" Lesson
    NASA: Living and Working on Mars
    Big Think: How faster internet could reduce unemployment
    Medium: I Monetized Aging and Declared Humanity a New Species in 2010…

    About:
    Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA, the self-proclaimed "Steve Jobs of Work" is the host of the Asset Based Podcast. He has authored numerous books under a pen name and earned his MBA from the University of Illinois. He received his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University's Eli Broad School of Business. Jeffrey strongly advocates for asset-based thinking and gives zero farts to sunk costs. Jeffrey is passionate about investing in assets and building on strengths rather than exchanging liabilities. In the first episode of the podcast, Jeffrey introduces himself and his nomadic journey, while providing little personal information or context about his identity. He advises that he is from another universe and has been undercover on Earth for 39 years. Jeffrey is critical of the deficit-based economy and advocates for asset-based economic theory to end unemployment. Jeffrey's ultimate goal of the AssetBased Podcast is to guarantee employment for every human being and to assist more asset-based people working on more asset-based planets.

    Are you an AssetBased Badass... Yet?

    Season Summary:
    In the AssetBased Podcast's first season, consisting of four episodes, host Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA seeks to creatively destroy the deficit-based economy. In episode two, titled "The Future of Work is Eternal Work," he discusses the future of work on Earth and other planets, emphasizing the importance of autonomy, self-advancement, and the role of families. Cloud-based work is predicted to be the primary industry, with every company competing for human cooperation. The future of work will be everywhere, any time, all the time, and especially in outer space. Data, Everlasting fame, and investing are all important factors in shaping the future of work. Overall, the season provides an intriguing and memorable glimpse into the future of the workforce.


    Episode Introduction:
    On this episode of AssetBased Podcast, host Jeffrey James Seyferth, MBA, introduces his asset-based approach and discusses the importance of an asset-based economy. He emphasizes the need to move away from debt and deficit-based economies, which can increase inequality and economic instability. Jeffrey also advocates for asset-based learning and thinking, which promotes a positive mindset by focusing on strengths and capabilities rather than limitations. He also highlights the value of individual potential and offers a new approach to work where people get paid to do nothing exclusively. 

    • 24 min

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