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Published on Oct 8, 2011
Giving credit, where credit is do. I stole the phrase "Do You!" from Russell Simmons' book "Do You!: 12 Laws to Access the Power in You to Achieve Happiness and Success" http://www.amazon.com/Do-You-Achieve-...
The Quote I cited, "If it can be done, it will be done. & If you don't do it, someone else will." is taken from Daniel Burrus' book "Flash Foresight: How to See the Invisible and Do the Impossible." http://www.flashforesight.com/
All future companies would benefit from reading this book. It tells you how to succeed in the Age of New Technology.
To Sum Up.....
What were the 3 main points that I was trying to get across in this video?
1. Google, I think you're stretching yourself thin, "reinventing" yourself with all the new "improvements" I've seen you do since 2009. And someone needs to tell you that it's time to go back and remember what was the thing that made you great.... In a word simplicity. Right now you're starting to get over cluttered and confusing.
2. Google, I see you trying to have your own Facebook. But I'm confused to why you are exerting so much of your money and energy on making something wholly new, when it would better serve you to focus your attention on Youtube and make that your social network and then make it Great.
(You can deny not being scared of Facebook, but conversations like the link below doesn't convince anyone of that notion.)
Starts at the 3:45 minute mark. From Episode 94 of Bay Area, TV show "Press:Here", "FACEBOOK VS GOOGLE." Posted On: May 14, 2011.)
3. Google, if you want to stay on top? Know that to stay in the game and be one step ahead of the competition, you will only win by focusing on people, instead of engineering more technology. Google, don't you know that Facebook is hype? Connecting to your "friends" is not the way to change the world, it's the ability to connect to people that MEAN something to you, is how you can change the world. And Google if you tap into that, you won't have to compete with Facebook. Just compete with yourself and you'll stay on top. Use Youtube to change the world, because Youtube has the ability to mean something more than Facebook can.
And if you don't believe me on this, no worries. I'll keep doing videos, until the day you will believe me.
Why do I think Simplicity is the best? It's because.... with the recent passing of Steve Jobs, the outpouring of reaction should tell you how unique and awesome his vision was for his own company. Steve Jobs knew the importance of people, in other words the importance of user experience and usability. Google, this is what I want you to remember about yourself. . . Simplicity, because at the end of the day, that's what best helps people.
Watch a video by Forbes: "What You Can Learn From Steve Jobs."
What do I mean about Mark Zuckerberg wanting to push people to use real names and changing the world that way?
I remember Mark Zuckerberg saying that if you force people to use real names (ie using real identities), it creates accountability, and that stops trolling and haters. And that one of his missions in life, is to make people be the best version of themselves. And you do that, by never given them a place to hide. He wants people to be more open.
Read a article to see what I mean: "Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg: In It to Change the World?" By DAN FLETCHER
@ the 1:42 minute mark. Steve Jobs gave Larry Page some advice, "focus.... figure out what you do best and keep it focused." See, Google? Even Steve knew how much you are / were losing your focus. Remember, search and simplicity is what made you great. So you should remember that.