As a kid growing up, I understood that technology would help our industries and the manufacturing sector. Then along came computers, which were soon followed by the internet. That technology dramatically changed the way we live, eat, shop and do our jobs and it continues to evolve faster than ever expected.
Today, but for technology, we wouldn't be able to survive in the manner we have become so accustomed to.
Then again, who would have thought a virus could so abruptly change our lives?
The Covid-19 Pandemic has been tragic, but can you imagine what it was like living in 1918 during the Spanish flu?
Meetings with groups of people, whether on the job or for a church service, can be attended by video conferencing. Webinars are now the
classrooms for our children while the schools are shut down. And no more agent-guided Open Houses -- now they too are presented virtually.