It’s not that I’m arrogant. Or maybe I am. I don’t know.
Look. I just value my time. A lot. And I’ve been disappointed in the past over and over again.
I trusted you with my time. I clicked on your link and all I got was a lousy list that was quickly put together. A list that a 12 year old could have written.
So it’s nothing against you. It’s just that I have been cheated on and treated badly in the past. Many times.
And that’s probably one of the most dangerous things that’s currently happening online and in the real world.
Because we’ve all been disappointed in the past so many times with crappy products, services, blog posts, books or experiences that we all gravitate to the same stuff.
We all wear the same clothes. Use the same gadgets. Read the same books. Read the same blogs. Have standardized opinions. And thoughts.
And it doesn’t matter whether you’re sitting in San Francisco or in a small town somewhere in Cambodia. We’re all becoming the same.
Whether or not that’s a good thing is not up to me to judge.
But diversity has and will always be one of the biggest drivers of innovation. Of anything as a matter of fact.
And with more and more people gravitating to the exact same things we might be jeopardizing all of this.
What’s all of this?
Well, all of this..
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