This Is The Second Industrial Revolution
One thing that I ask you to do is not look back with regret that you wavered in the moment that was available to you. The only things you regret are the things you don't do.
Even if you think about the random dumb things like not asking that girl out when you were in high school, that stuff lingers. It's the stuff that you don't do that bothers you.
For the pure bred entrepreneurs out there that haven't decided to take that leap I implore you to do so right away because this window closes too. As more and more people come online more and more people fall off the sideline.
It was a lot easier to start a social media site in 2003, 4, 5, 6 and 2007 than it is now.
If you know yourself I'm trying to point you in the right direction of opportunity because there is so much white space still available to build in business, yet people are really attracted to the one or two billion dollar exits.
For every Instagram they're 80,000 Insta shits. Everyone is following the unicorns.
There are so many ways to build businesses. If you just sit back right now and think about how much money you make - double that amount and then think about being able to do something on your own terms. Now all of a sudden you've grounded yourself in a totally different conversation than this weird need to be the next Zucks or change the world or things of that nature.
I'm looking for real practicality because practical business building has never been easier.