Today we live in a world of unprecedented opportunity. Technology is the ultimate enabler of social freedom, economic freedom and wealth. All people deep down are in pursuit of the good life, seeking health, wealth, love and happiness. Nitish Kannan, is a natural born storyteller, entrepreneur, writer and individual seeking to live the good life. His path to success has been quite an unconventional mission learning along the way about entrepreneurship. He stumbled on great ideas, and partnerships through extreme curiosity and unconventional methods of building companies in his life. He Founded a startup called www.circlepluspay.com aiming to empower the next 7 billion become part of the cashless economy, and recently authored a book on the future of technology inspired by working in the media, and with insight from the world's greatest thought leaders.
Today's world is driven by exponential technologies. For example,high quality film production has become exponentially cheaper, faster, and easier to create than ever using 4k iphones, software and drones. Moreover, anyone with a smartphone can build an exponential organization or company. The next 7 billion who come online will experience a new frontier of an AI revolution in robotics, self driving cars, 3D printing and democratizing billion dollar industries. Are you prepared for this revolution? How will this disruption in every industry change your life?
Nitish Kannan, is the CEO of circle plus Payments, film producer with his own production company, and media journalist, who co-founded Truehollywoodtalk.com, covering tech conferences, interviewing dozens of fortune 500 CEO's, Billionaires, celebrities. The culmination of that knowledge he learned has translated into his business ventures, and as an author and speaker. He's been featured on Wired Magazine, Business inside, CNN money, Fox Business and so much more. The American dream still exists today, and anyone can live their dreams as long as they're willing to take risks, follow an unconventional path and believes often times "taking the road less traveled by," will make all the difference to paraphrase Robert Frost.Join Report
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