I was talking to a friend on the phone at 1:30pm on a weekday, and to be honest I was still chilling in bed.
We chuckled about this, but I said, "Yes I'm in still in bed but already today 4,000 people have read my work or watched me talk."
The reason this is possible is because I am slowly turning my self into a robot.
I'm taking my physical thoughts, words, and actions....and putting them into a computer:
- You can read my words on this page, through a computer.
- You can read my words coming to your email, through a computer.
- You can watch me talk and speak on YouTube, through a computer.
- You can get glimpses of my thoughts through Twitter, through a computer.
- You can see thoughts coming from my brain on LinkedIn, Instagram, and other socials.....through a computer.
My human form can only be one place at a time, but my robot form can do many things at a time.
Physical Neville is cool....but he can only talk to a few people at a time when he's in a good mood:
Robot Neville is dope....it can speak to unlimited people at a time 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year!
It's not just me. All of us are slowly morphing into badass robots. If you use a phone you've successfully sent or received information over a computer, meaning you're kind of a robot already!
Humans will eventually go fully digital because it's far better and more efficient. This process has already started, and is maybe 20% complete.
We started off communicating with simple grunts, moved up to languages, then written languages, then long distance communication over a wire, to fully wireless communication capable of reaching everyone on Earth:
This is a really cool thing, because it means Human Neville can be the general of a gigantic army of robots that do work all the time and never complain:
This army of robots can take the maybe 1-3 hours of good work Lazy Human Neville gets done per day, and amplify it to lots of people.....and Lazy Human Neville gets to reap the rewards of that work :)
Basically what I'm trying to say is, you can use technology to amplify your work a lot more.
Robot Neville (Human Neville