One day greatness will be in our grasp. But rather than waiting, can we reach it now?
Here’s the good news: digital devices have made your life better. Here’s the bad news: although incredibly cool, devices are still in early stages of development. Maybe that’s not really bad, when you think of what’s coming next.
Until now, the devices you’ve had in your hands and on your desks have offered quite both usefulness and fun. But you couldn’t call it a fully digital world yet. It’s not even close.
There are limitations. You switch on your gadgets and wait. Or you have to find the app you want and wait for it. They might have an operating system whose principles you have to follow. They allow you a little creativity, but only a little.
Then your apps or data might not work with another device that you bought, say, last week, or last year. The last time you saw a friend with a new device you don’t have, could theirs be better? Maybe!
Clearly, there is room to dream about new technology.
There’s room to dream about building the world we want, instead of the one we’re turning into.
Your digital life is a real life. Wherever you really are.
For billions of people all across the Earth, yesterday’s world isn’t succeeding well enough or fixing problems fast enough. Too many are stuck, educated, aware, capable and connected — yet locked in a limited future instead of free to soar.
Isn’t it about time that your reality was yours, continuous and under your control? We don’t have this now. But in the Expandiverse, all bets are off and all your digital lives are on.
Something else Expandiverse technology offers is called Active Knowledge. Could we surpass the physical world’s limits on our personal futures? What if the best knowledge, tools, resources and opportunities to succeed could be delivered as part of what we do every day, as we use our screens? Everyone could become able to perform as well as the best in the world.
Then, with a universal interface, everyone could run their entire Expandiverse from everywhere. It won’t matter whether you’re in Silicon Valley or a small village in Africa.
Yes, you will be a global person who connects everywhere. And yes, the whole world and its best knowledge and resources will be local to you, at your fingertips, under your control.
Everyone could rise to the top.
Is it time to Expand today’s limited devices, and Expand today’s limited world?
Should we begin the journey into a digital world where everyone could choose to be their best, where greatness could be normal?
It’s a road with a destination beyond buying the newest cool device, then straining against its limits.
As our digital world grows, devices will have to Expand until your devices can serve you totally. This won’t happen overnight.
But it’s time to start realizing that it will happen.
Unlike any generation before in history, we know how to design and build our dreams.
Expand your mind, and expand your future.
Are you ready to take your first step?
Image credits: The first graphic is credited to Shutterstock. The second graphic is copyright Dan Abelow.