We are blessed to be alive during the most abundant time in human history.  

 

There is more food, money and resources available on the planet for each person than ever.  The reason this is all possible is because of TECHNOLOGY!

 

Hate it or love it technology is only going to become more prevalent in all of our lives.  In fact it’s been around since the great apes. What technology did they use? They used sticks to fish ants out of their antholes in the ground.  

 

The question is are you going to keep up with the increasing rate of technological change so you can capitalize on the abundance of opportunities that are coming.

 

It doesn’t matter that you missed the first wave of the internet, the beginning of google ads or YouTube or when Bitcoin was only $1.  Don’t let your regret for missed opportunities stop you from anticipating new ones that lay right around the corner.

 

Richard Branson said, “Opportunities are like buses, there’s always another one coming.”

 

The technology revolution is only in it’s beginning stages and you still have time to catch the wave….or should I say tsunami that is inevitably going to transform the world even more than it already has.  

 

The gap between haves and have nots is not going to be about money like it has been throughout history.  The gap is going to come down to whether or not you know how to navigate the new world that awaits us. The way to navigate it is by knowing how the world works and being able to contribute on a high level because the jobs that don’t require much critical thinking are being outsourced to things that perform way better than any human can…..ROBOTS.  

 

I’ve never been the most technologically savvy person.  In fact I despised technology up until a few years ago when I realized how important it is in our lives and all the amazing things I can do with it to benefit my life and others.

 

One of the people I learn from about technology is Sam Bhatti.  He is self-taught and is one of the most all around adept people I know with technology.  I had the chance to sit down with him in London where he shared with me some of his technological tools and strategies to save time and be better.  

 

I hope you enjoy watching this episode as much as I did creating it.  

 

Links from Show:

Connect with Sam Bhatti:

Sam’s website

Sam’s Instagram

Lynda.com 

School of Motion 

Ash Thorpe

The Collective

Tim Ferriss 

Alfred Productivity App

Sean Wes

3 Axis Gimbal

Text Expander

Keyboard Maestro

Dragon Dictate

 

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