“The future belongs to those who adapt!” – Futurist Jim Carroll

I just put up a blog post with a video you should watch!

Adapting to Opportunity: 55 Things I Learned From 550+ Hours Invested in My Home Broadcast Studio Infrastructure!

The post features not just the information in its title, but a short clip that combines a keynote on stage in front of 1,000 combined with the same content delivered in front of my camera in my basement broadcast studio. I wanted to demonstrate to a client that I’ve mastered the ability of bringing the energy to my online work that I brought to my stage performances.

The world is not quite ready for a message of leadership, the future and trends , but when it will be, I will be waiting.

As I note in the introduction to the post:

By March 1, I knew my world was forever changing, and that online broadcasting was going to be my reality for a long period of time. Boom! That happened – and so while the world was melting down and panic was setting in, I was busy building out my already existing home broadcast studio, ramping up its sophistication.

I’ve added multiple camera angles, a new “Studio 2”, and wonderful special effects that let me surpass the ability of any online speaker in the world today. To celebrate the countless hours I’ve put in – which I add up to some 550 hours of building, testing, broadcasting, going live, demoing, and doing actual client events – I cut together a video that mixes a clip from my ‘old world’ on stage with my ‘new world’ online.

I’ve spent A LOT of time in learning how to master this new format. I know I will never stop learning, but I’m pleased with my progress; excited by the potential; and dazzled by the opportunities.

I’ve adapted to our new world. Have you?



THE FUTURE BELONGS TO THOSE WHO ARE FAST features the best of the insight from Jim Carroll’s blog, in which he
covers issues related to creativity, innovation and future trends.