That Next Hill in Silicon Valley

Whenever I’m intimidated about the future, I remind myself: there are always opportunities. Opportunities can be risky, but they can also come to be incredibly revolutionary.

Silicon Valley started with the semiconductor (you’ll see more on this fact on a later post). But it didn’t stop there; it moved on to computers. Then the internet. And then social media. Now there are new industries challenging traditional services. Take Uber and Airbnb, for example. I don’t even know what to call this recent trend because it’s so new.

After each boom of innovation, people thought Silicon Valley’s innovation might end. You now, however, may have realized: you should learn to anticipate and ride on that next hill. Or create one yourself. The innovation and opportunities are endless.

Chase Robbins