Digital Revolution: Crossing the Chasm

You know that it’s a revolution when there’s action done even from a simple yet logical idea. It may, most of the time, be idealistic. The point is, there’s action. It can be defined as a drastic and far-reaching change in ways of thinking and behaving.

Thinking. And behaving.

We always start with a thought. I remember this widespread aphorism:

Watch your thoughts, for they become words. Watch your words, for they become actions. Watch your actions, for they become habits. Watch your habits, for they become character. Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.

Well, there’s really truth to this. A single thought can determine the course of your destiny. That’s why it’s more than just a struggle. It’s a battleground by which we should not take light with.

Digital revolution, or the third industrial revolution, is becoming a trend and marketing “prophets” profess that it will not remain as a flavor-of-the-month. It will become a lifestyle that people will embrace. According to surveys, there’s 80-90% of the world population who use computers. This fact in itself proves how the digital revolution is becoming rampantly endemic.

It will always be effective when we shift from theories to applications. Simply because there’s life into it. When we swim across gap between the traditional and the digital, let’s remember that we are not defined by the culture, because life still goes on and we need to face it head-on.

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2 thoughts on “Digital Revolution: Crossing the Chasm

  1. Thanks for the interesting read. I found your post when I was searching for info on Geoffrey Moore http://www.geoffreyamoore.com. I love the infographic. so much of it applied to me, being a gen-x er and all. Yes, Dell computers where made of gum and aluminum foil. Thanks again!

    1. You’re welcome, Rick. It’s just an overwhelming fact how time flies to fast, we couldn’t even dwell on something a little much longer. Thanks!

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