Dan Sullivan andoften talk about Moore's Law (roughly, that the power of the microchip doubles every 18 to 24 months) as the driving force of change in the world. A lesser known "law" is Metcalfe's Law (named after engineer Robert Metcalfe) which states that "the value of a telecommunications network is proportional to the square of the number of connected users of the system (n2)."
While one can dispute the math in Metcalfe's Law, I'd like to focus instead on the underlying premise that the value of the network increases with the number of connected users.
With the growth of mobile communications and the internet, I would argue that Metcalfe's Law suggests the potential impact that Empowered Wealth's ideas and content could have in the world. With the world increasingly becoming "social networked", having proprietary ideas and content is less important than discovering and connecting like-minded "users" of The Empowered Wealth Mindset.
Social Network Theory and Metcalfe’s Law – OnDigitalMarketing.com
Understand social network analysis and the growth rate due to Metcalfe’s Law through the analog example of the telephone.