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Technology moves forward at an incredible pace, but not evenly.

A debate constantly raised by scientists is that if there is life on other planets, then they may be more advanced than us, but not necessarily in the same fields.

This means that somewhere in the universe there may be a species who has mastered interstellar travel but they don’t have iphones.

With that thought in mind, it opens your eyes to how many areas of life hold enormous untapped potential.

 

Examples:

  • Phones with more technology and power than supercomputers in 1960, yet phone chargers and what we plug them into haven’t changed a single bit.
  • Ordering pizza through an app on your phone, yet it gets delivered by a teenager on a moped using gas.
  • Playing music in a $300,000 Lamborghini through Bluetooth with the help of Wi-Fi, yet the car is moving along on rubber wheels that need changing every 2 months.
  • The fashion industry moves forward every 3-6 months, but most people still use clothes hangers from the 50’s.
  • Advanced weaponry that still requires someone to load it by hand like we did when we used cannons and muskets.

 

There’s so many avenues of technology where growth has occurred extensively in one direction, but hardly at all in another.

This leaves an abundance of opportunities for anyone who’s aware.

The trick is to focus on technology that’s striving forward at an alarming rate. Then look around at all of the accessories, paired technology, etc, and see if anything needs a boost.

By doing this you can be dragged along by the main industry. This happened with Headphones. The better phones and ipods got, the higher the desire for great listening devices became.

Out of this billion dollar industries were formed through nothing more than playing catch-up to a runaway industry and feeding off it’s success and superior technology.

It’s such a simple method and requires little amounts of brain power. Everyday we come across something rather primitive, but because it’s a part of what we call normal daily life, we overlook it and get on with our day.

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Technology moves forward at an incredible pace, but not evenly.

A debate constantly raised by scientists is that if there is life on other planets, then they may be more advanced than us, but not necessarily in the same fields.

This means that somewhere in the universe there may be a species who has mastered interstellar travel but they don’t have iphones.

With that thought in mind, it opens your eyes to how many areas of life hold enormous untapped potential.

 

Examples:

  • Phones with more technology and power than supercomputers in 1960, yet phone chargers and what we plug them into haven’t changed a single bit.
  • Ordering pizza through an app on your phone, yet it gets delivered by a teenager on a moped using gas.
  • Playing music in a $300,000 Lamborghini through Bluetooth with the help of Wi-Fi, yet the car is moving along on rubber wheels that need changing every 2 months.
  • The fashion industry moves forward every 3-6 months, but most people still use clothes hangers from the 50’s.
  • Advanced weaponry that still requires someone to load it by hand like we did when we used cannons and muskets.

 

There’s so many avenues of technology where growth has occurred extensively in one direction, but hardly at all in another.

This leaves an abundance of opportunities for anyone who’s aware.

The trick is to focus on technology that’s striving forward at an alarming rate. Then look around at all of the accessories, paired technology, etc, and see if anything needs a boost.

By doing this you can be dragged along by the main industry. This happened with Headphones. The better phones and ipods got, the higher the desire for great listening devices became.

Out of this billion dollar industries were formed through nothing more than playing catch-up to a runaway industry and feeding off it’s success and superior technology.

It’s such a simple method and requires little amounts of brain power. Everyday we come across something rather primitive, but because it’s a part of what we call normal daily life, we overlook it and get on with our day.