Life Strategy: Taking Opportunities and Long-term Response
Using the Strategic Curation model to discuss the concept of “Opportunity”
This article is part of a possible book Advanced Life Strategy: Anticipatory Activity System and Life Achievements. I consider the Strategic Curation model as a part of the possible book.
The Strategic Curation Model is a five-space model.
- Experience Space: It refers to the facts of the Past.
- Challenge Space: It refers to the problems in the Present
- Response Space: It refers to the solutions for the Future
- Reference Space: It refers to reliable and validated knowledge for thinking
- Speculative Space: It refers to imaginative thinking such as Counterfactual Thinking about the Past and Prefactual Thinking about the Future.
What does Strategic Curation mean?
It refers to using a specific strategy to curate pieces of experience, knowledge, and resources into a meaningful whole for a better future.
You can find more details about the model in the following links
- Life Strategy: A Five-space Model for Strategic Curation
- Life Strategy: Ecological Strategic Cognition
- Life Strategy: Three Meta-knowledge of Strategic Curation
- Life Strategy: Turning Potential Knowledge into Actual Knowledge
- Life Strategy: Conceptual Change and Developmental Resources
This article will discuss the concept of “Opportunity” with the Strategic Curation model.
The difference between some strategic frameworks and the Strategic Curation model is the latter is a “Map”.
The Strategic Curation model doesn’t offer a particular framework for Strategic Cognition.