According to a University of California at Berkeley study, the amount of information produced worldwide in 2002 was five exabytes – the equivalent of 37,000 digitized copies of the 17 million books in the Library of Congress.
Hewlett Packard estimates that by 2020, 50 zettabytes of new information will be created each year. A zettabyte is 1,000 exabytes. Chew on that!
David Glass, the former CEO of Wal-Mart, was once asked why he admired company founder of Sam Walton. He responded, “There’s never been a day in his life, since I’ve known him, that he didn’t improve in some way.”
It means if you stop learning and stop growing, the world will pass you by. Time to move on and move up!!!