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Leveraging the Power of Simple Ideas

People who don't use the Internet have no greater advantage than those who can't use the Internet.

The Internet now contains the ever-expanding knowledge, art and the minute by minute communications created by every connected individual, group, organization, business, corporation, school, college, university, institution, and the agencies of governments all over the world.

People who know how to gain access to the intelligence that surrounds us have a great advantage over those that do not or choose not. 

Knowledge creates better opportunities.

Knowledge brings you into contact with other people. You make connections by communicating. 

The decisions you make are improved. 

How do people learn? And where do they get the information they rely upon?  

They read, watch, and listen to people in a variety of circumstances, locations, and using a variety of technologies.

In person - one on one, in meetings, offices, class rooms, conference rooms, auditoriums, rallies, concerts, health clubs, restaurants, malls, and many more places they go. 

People read books, magazines, newsletters, comic books. 

People watch TV and movie screens.

People listen to radio. 

People also use computers: desktops, laptops, portables, smart phones, and now smart watches. 

People are constantly seeking to leverage the power of ideas. But they are spending more time and effort on smart phones than on any other alternative learning device. 

The time they devote and the effort they spend is now at a premium. People spend less time and place less effort into learning. 

They are hungry for ideas that clearly matter or are emotionally stimulating or satisfying, are are amazing.  They have little patience and a very low attention span for things that take more time than they have available.

They expect sighnificant value in tiny doses. They seek truth, but often times focus on something that is less than accurate, or is even false but aligns with a deeply felt feeling or view.

You can choose a high quality source over one that is commercial and arguably less trusted. 

You need to train yourself to recognize the types of information you encounter.

You can decide to be a supplier of true information to people hungry for truth.