• For Investors & Entrepreneurs

    Much like a forest grows best with interconnected diversity, we believe structuring

    your investments like an ecosystem is a critical piece of future proofing your impact investing journey.

    The Ergodicity 101 Course is a 4-week online course introducing you to how ergodic investment strategies

    can align your investments with the natural growth and change dynamics of capital

    to build regenerative investment ecosystems optimized to leverage unpredictability for your benefit.

    Check our participant testimonial below:


    Next cohort:

    From July 2nd, 2024 to July 23rd, 2024

    Weekly on Tuesdays, from 17:00 to 19:00 [CET Timezone]




  • Conventional investment and startup strategies fall short of delivering a Net Positive Economy.


    The Ergodicity 101 Course is your opportunity to be part of the new wave of entrepreneurs and investors harnessing the power of ergodicity to build regenerative economies, generating prosperity for all life on Earth.

  • Ergodicity 101 Course Modules

    You will get weekly 2-hour workshop sessions on Tuesdays, for 4 weeks. The course begins on February 27th and ends March 19th.


    Your workshops will be composed of insightful presentations, engaging discussion and immersive breakout group sessions.


    You will understand how interconnected companies, holistic capitals, and alternative investment strategies can lead us towards a regenerative future, through interactive discussions and case studies.


    Week 1┃Tuesday 2.7┃What is Ergodic and Non-Ergodic?

    Main Theme: Why is it so hard to build a regenerative economy? Exploring the concept of a regenerative economy and its challenges. Understanding Ergodicity as an enabler to constructing such an economy.
    Topic 1: What is Ergodicity? Introduction to the principles and goals of a regenerative economy, why it's been so hard to build such an economy and how to finance startups that will make it easier to systemically transform the economy.
    Topic 2: Unpredictability and the non-ergodic nature of business: Unpredictables; the known, knowable and unknowable.
    Topic 3: Capital Dynamics in an unpredictable world: Diving into different forms of capital beyond monetary resources, such as natural, social, and human capital. How these capitals, as well as financial capital, contribute to a comprehensive ergodic redesign approach.


    Week 2┃Tuesday 9.7┃Ergodic Design for Ecosystems

    Main Theme: Ergodic design is an unknown driver of the success of companies like Apple, Unilever, or the Japanese Keiretsu. Learn the key role of ergodicity for circular, net positive, regenerative etc. business to thrive.
    Topic 4: Ecosystem Thinking and Interactions: Exploring ecosystems as interconnected systems of companies and stakeholders. How interactions drive resource flow and support thriving life. The role of ecosystems in achieving regenerative outcomes. 

    Week 3┃Tuesday 16.7┃Challenging Economic Assumptions

    Main Theme: What is our windowpane? Exploring the false ergodicity assumption and its implications for economic wastefulness.
    Topic 5: Ergodicity and Its Impact on Economics: Unpacking the 350-year-old false ergodicity assumption in economics and its role in creating wasteful economic behavior. How this assumption affects decision-making and resource allocation.
    Topic 6: Opening the Window to Regeneration: Discussing strategies to challenge the ergodicity assumption and enable a regenerative economy. Exploring alternatives and opportunities for sustainable growth that defy conventional economic models.

    Week 4┃Tuesday 23.7┃Building Ergodically

    Main Theme: What is the essence of business, and how can we eliminate harmful myths? Exploring the realities of business growth and their alignment with a regenerative economy.
    Topic 7: Unveiling Business and Growth Myths: Questioning the conventional beliefs around business growth, including the typical business plan and linear growth assumptions. Understanding the essence of business beyond short-term gains.
    Topic 8: Portfolios vs Ergodic Investing: Examining alternative approaches to portfolio strategies and using ergodic investing to foster regenerative practices.
  • As featured by our partners

    Who are making waves at the forefront of regenerative economics

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    Sign up to their Introductory Regenerative Economy courses. They are a perfect complement to Evolutesix's offer!

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    Support r3.0's work by purchasing access to Graham Boyd's talk on ergodicity at the r3.0 Conference, 2023.

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    Impact Insider Article Series

    Video interview: Can we create more impact for the same amount of money? Yes, says Graham Boyd


    This course is for you if you are...



    • A forward-thinking entrepreneur, investor, and/or changemaker seeking to generate wealth while challenging traditional business paradigms.
    • Open to embracing innovative approaches, such as ergodicity, to use their power and shape the future of business and investment.
    • Committed to a positive impact in the rapidly evolving business landscape, regardless of whether you are a seasoned professional or a rookie.
    • Seeking to learn how to apply post-conventional ecosystem financing tactics designed to generate ecosystems of regenerative economies that are profitable and impactful.




    The benefits of Ergodic Investment Strategies for you

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  • Course Highlights

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    • Root Cause Analysis: Explore the systemic reasons behind the stagnation of traditional investment portfolios and discover how ergodicity can propel your investments to new heights.


    • Critical Thinking Skills: Develop your capacity for complex thinking, challenge norms, and actively engage in reshaping economic paradigms for a regenerative future.


    • Valid Business Plans: Learn the correct equations to deliver valid business plans, steering clear of assumptions that can hinder success in the real (non-ergodic) world.


    • Ergodic Investing Strategies (EISs): Delve into EISs and understand how investing in business ecosystems, coupled with fractional profit-pooling, can outperform market expectations.


  • Meet Your Instructor

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    Graham J. Boyd, PhD

    Start-up founder and corporate innovation manager, Graham has extensive experience with the complexity of leading business and is driven to make a difference through innovation that enables businesses and people to do more with less friction.


  • Ready to sharpen your financial toolkit and shape the sustainable future of business and finance?



    Share the abundance!

    Enjoy a 15% discount on your purchase of the Ergodicity 101 course for every person

    that purchases the 101 because of you.


    That is not all!

    Enrolling in the 101 makes you eligible to enjoy a discounted price for our Ergodicity Masterclass, equivalent to the cost of the 101 course. This knocks down the price of the Masterclass from €1.100 to €951, for you!

  • Included in your purchase of the 101 is a copy of

    "The Ergodic Investor & Entrepreneur" 


  • What people are saying about our new book

  • "Most thoughtful observers understand the capital formation process of our economy is broken. Few understand how the flawed statistics lying at the foundation of “high finance” has led us astray. Perhaps only Boyd and Reardon can illuminate how ergodic thinking shines a light on the path to a prosperous future by aligning our finance with the complexity of how all living systems actually work: in dynamic balance, collaboratively."


    John Fullerton; Founder Capital Institute, author Regenerative Capitalism

    "We often tend to polarize our societal choices as either/or, the market or the state, competition or cooperation between businesses. What is lacking is the third level of integration: the practice and institution of the commons. This book reflects the return of this theme in business thinking, and is a highly necessary preparation for a world in existential risk."


    Michel Bauwens

    "If sustainable, net positive business is the right path (for business and society), why is it difficult? Why doesn’t it happen naturally, and what stands in the way? To answer that core question, Graham and Jack lay out a flaw they see in how businesses and investments are managed. A more optimal path is possible, but requires a new understanding of the dynamics of capital in

    business, they say, and show how to invest and build for both net positive and profitability in ways that seem impossible today."


    Andrew Winston; sustainability thought leader and best-selling author (with Paul Polman) of Net Positive

    "Business must become a true collaborative citizen delivering on society's needs today. To do so business needs to recognise the inherent nonlinearity and path-dependance of all living systems, including business itself. Graham and Jack's work on non-ergodicity in business is an important contributing voice. Their ergodic investment strategy allows unpredicatbility to become an integral part of business strategy."


    Ebru Kaya, Tanuja Prasad. Founders of Regenerative Investing Theory and Community of Practice.

    "This book is amazing, because it gives a new perspective on business plans:

    bringing luck, unpredictables, and black Swans under one strategy, showing how we can win with randomness by pooling, planning, and diversifying at all levels! All investors and entrepreneurs need to apprehend, digest,

    and understand. This book is a seed that will blossom with examples to

    further convince all."


    Marc Castagnet; Impact Entrepreneur

    "We need to fundamentally rethink our investment paradigms, if capital markets are to play a more important role in financing transformative solutions to the world’s biggest challenges. This book provides fresh insights about

    how capital providers across all asset classes can better leverage unpredictability and make use of new business opportunities in systemic investing."


    Anja-Nadine König; Founder and Director of Social Impact Markets, Transformative Finance Expert, Facilitator and Mentor.

    "Harness the unpredictable. This statement jumped out at me immediately when I first skimmed through the book. How could this not be one of the most important strengths for business in today’s polycrisis world, yet all focus on risk management is to attempt the impossible—make it all predictable. And then the surprises hit! While the book debunks competitive economics, its misperceptions and mathematically illogical assumptions, it’s first and foremost a plea for diversified and collaborative businesses. It’s adding a resilience message on how to prepare the transition to a regenerative and distributive economy. This book fixes false assumptions, and I’ll add one of my own: the idea that we can still avoid collapse. We are already in collapse, and no-one can know exactly what additional and potentially exponential unpredictabilities that will bring. Showing us how to harness these for resilience makes this book extra relevant today."


    Ralph Thurm; R3.0 Managing Director

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