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Most of us have better agency than we embrace in working to position ourselves for our favorite game for people who care about what we care about.


The speaker discusses the challenges and opportunities presented by the information age, driven by computer technology and machine learning. They argue that despite potential distractions from the digital world, it's essential to recognize and take control of our personal agency, emphasizing that external factors only account for a small part of our distractions. The speaker then addresses the importance of adaptability, empathy, and a growth mindset in this evolving digital landscape, while also cautioning against surrendering too much to technology. They argue that using machine learning tools effectively requires incorporating one's unique perspective and insights, and not relying solely on the machine’s outputs. Lastly, they stress the significance of clear specifications and understanding the people we serve in a world where tasks and roles are constantly changing.

The speaker discusses the increasing complexity and distractions of the digital age, emphasizing that only a small portion is external, while the majority comes from within. 
It is highlighted that willpower is not finite, and we can exercise greater internal control to manage distractions. 

The speaker further stresses the importance of creating value for others to achieve personal success, and finding balance in serving multiple stakeholders.

In the context of "hive compute" and disinformation, the importance of adaptability, maintaining focus, and developing effective workflow systems is emphasized. 
The speaker suggests that machine learning could help manage tools and information, yet warns against over-reliance on it, promoting personal input and understanding.