What's Your Endgame Strategy?

Could you have predicted today's news? Life is moving fast, and information is spreading at record speed. The amount of things to keep track of is infinite.

What's the problem?

The problem is that living in the modern world requires adaptability, but our biology has not adapted to digital speeds.

So, you have a choice: should you use technology to work, communicate, and live but always feel stressed? Or should you ignore them and experience peace, but miss out on all the opportunities?

Before you advocate for everything in moderation, let me explain why that may not be the best approach.

// The Real Issue

The main issue is that your digital life is scattered across different platforms, apps, folders, and devices.You have to follow the default habits and routines imposed by companies, without having any control over them. This leads to stress, anxiety, and overwhelm.

Even if you reduce screen time, you haven't solved the main issue.

// The Human Dream

But what if there was a way to have complete control over it all? To see and manage every aspect of your digital life?

That's exactly what I'm here for.

The mission is to enjoy the benefits of digital life without losing our humanity.

In fact, we aim to become more human.

The ultimate goal is not to become robotic, solely focused on optimization, efficiency, and productivity like machines.

Instead, it is to live a healthy, stress-free, and engaging life, free from digital toxicity.

// The Endgoal

The end goal is to have a team of fully trained AI Assistants that can manage our digital lives according to our preferences. These assistants will be customized to our unique lifestyle, values, goals, vision, and purpose.

How can you achieve that?

You need a comprehensive map that encompasses all aspects of digital life.

The broader your coverage of digital life, the less mechanical you need to be in your everyday life.

Allow technology to handle tasks in the background while you live your life according to your preferences.

Pick a Side

In the digital era, two distinct groups emerge: Elite Digitalists, thriving in the modern world, and Digital Dabblers, drowning in the noise of digital life.

I am currently building a private group for exceptional individuals who have made the decision to survive and thrive in the modern world. This group is prepared for the future, equipped with necessary resources, tools, and, most importantly, a collaborative community to face the challenges of a dystopian digital future.

Membership is currently closed, but I will be opening up a new batch this week. Join the waitlist to be notified first.

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