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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?
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.
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.