SUMMIT OF MINDS

“A unique experience combining insights, wellbeing and investible ideas with a focus on the great outdoors.”

Just ended: the Families Summit of Minds took place in Quebec, Canada on
15-17 November, 2019.

Visit the Summit of Minds website for upcoming events.

The annual flagship event of the Monthly Barometer: the SUMMIT OF MINDS took place in Chamonix, France on 20-22 September, 2019

Every year, the Summit of Minds brings together 300 exceptional individuals
(drawn from the Monthly Barometer’s exclusive global network) in an exceptional place to:

- Better understand today’s world and our place in it -
- Get a sense of what tomorrow’s world will be like -
- Enhance our capacity to make better personal, investment and strategic decisions -

We set ourselves some ambitious goals – to inspire our guests with thought-provoking insights, to furnish them with tangible outcomes and to see them walk away from the Summit of Minds with at least:
a new idea | a new friend | a new project

Visit the Summit of Minds website for more information about upcoming summits and experiential travel.

View the 2019
Programme here

Get a taste of the 2019
Summit of Minds ‘conversation’

Go to the website for
more information

Once again, last year, our guests’ response to whether we had succeeded was a resounding “yes”! In 2018, 100% of our participants left Chamonix with a new idea and a new friend. Almost 80% initiated a new project (more often than not, a club-deal).

The Summit of Minds is by invitation only. To request an invitation, please email info@monthlybarometer.com

Our Weekly Selections

Weekly Selection
24 January 2020

This is almost a month old, but worth posting now and read against the background of what came out of Davos (our subscribers can request our Davos report - it will be available on Monday).
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Weekly Selection
17 January 2020

The Morgan Stanley global strategist/author offers 10 predictions for the next decade. Interesting not because of their predictive value, but because they may force us to rethink some assumptions.
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Weekly Selection
10 January 2020

This is an in-depth essay about the defining economic and geopolitical issues of our time. It is much longer than our usual selection (reads in more than 30 min) but worth your time.
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Weekly Selection
3 January 2020

The economist explains why there are financial risks associated with making the shift to a low-carbon economy (stranded assets) and physical risks tied to inaction (destruction of assets).
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Weekly Selection
20 December 2019

This article offers a very simple framework that can be used to identify a possible recession before it hits.
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Weekly Selection
13 December 2019

The rise of populist movements and street protests around the world has made inequality a high priority for politicians; but what type of inequality should policymakers tackle?
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