Information Age

With ready access to information, you would think that life would be much easier to navigate successfully. This couldn’t be further from the truth. There is immense clutter and distraction that make it nearly impossible to focus on the right information.

Think of the trouble a person would have to go through to get advice from a leading authority figure only a couple hundred years ago. They would have had to go down to the market and purchase a book (which in those times cost much more because of the inability to mass produce) or to engage in direct conversation with the person. Which would be highly unlikely for common people.

The human population has such an advantage now with access to information, but with this advantage comes an entirely new set of challenges. Mass distraction. There is more material being thrown at you now than ever before. You are being programmed how to think, feel, and act.

In order to determine your own fate, you must begin to operate independently. It is essential you first realize the distraction is a problem and respond accordingly.

@truspear

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