Making the future

Gandhi once said, “be the change you wish to see in the world.”

By being the change you wish to see in the world, you become the future.

The things you make will propagate through society in ways that are unimaginable by any one person. Over time, people will adopt new ideas, products and services if there is underlying value.

Most people don’t care about origination stories. It’s all about the value that a product, idea, or service brings in their life.

In order to make something of value, you need to have the foresight of making something society wants but doesn’t know it needs.

As you embark on learning about the backend of society you’ll find problems with everything around you. These problems become opportunities for new products and experiences.

Since you’re in the weeds of building something new, you’ll learn things that consumers don’t know.

This unique insight is often all it takes to start making the future.

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