Today I wanted to share a quick video that I shot at Casa Hogar in Acapulco, Mexico a few weeks ago.
I spent 4 days down there painting walls, putting together computers and filming a documentary about the orphanage.
The great thing about this trip is that it reminded me about the power of information. Giving these kids the ability to get online, do research, explore and dream by reading books, doing homework and connecting with the world.
For me, getting my first laptop from my dad when I was graduating high school completely changed my life. From begin able to get online and chat with friends on AOL Instant Messenger to creating my first “beat” on a $50 music program to recording my first albums, marketing those albums, booking shows all over the country and now using it to help others through developing information products – I truly see the power that these machines hold.
The sky is the limit.
And today I want you to think about how you can share the information you know to help others get what they want from life.
In the comments, leave me a quick message about how you can use the things you know to help others and I’ll be sure to check them out and lend any advice that I can.
And, if you want to talk about exploring taking that information and turning it into a business, we have a few spots left in our special we are running this month. You can learn more about that by clicking here now.
Greg “What A Trip” Rollett
P.S. I will post some photos from the shoot this week and will be sharing the documentary and my lil clip in the film as soon as I get it from Nick and his crew. Had a blast going out there and can’t wait to show everyone the end result.