They read like someone getting their ducks in a row for the next employment opportunity.
Since they’ve brought in barely $3M this year from real estate sales, they’ve still got some dough left, but not much. As intimated in the remarks, they may run out of money soon.
But these essays and guest posts scattered across the internet are providing a framework for another position in some high-tech firm. By carefully laying everything out for all to see, one can write ones own history while moving through the process, and create an online resource perfect for the head-hunter looking for a new CEO.
HR can easily see that the business plans were sound. Real estate was just the wrong product, unmanagable and high-touch instead of high-tech. The CEO will not make that kind of mistake again.
And if the business flounders, one will be inculpable and have no blame, as the business plan and theories were faultless, laid out for all to see in their transparent glory. Fault will lay with the entrenched real estate industrial complex or the NAR monopoly or because the idea was ahead of its time or there were unforseen circumstances in the marketplace or fill-in-the-blank.
The best politicians parlay their connections into enviable positions of authority as captains of industry when the time comes that they’re no longer in office. CEO’s and lesser executives will do the same.