There’s an AI art craze sweeping Instagram as I write this…
Some artists say AI will destroy their livelihood.
Some say AI will help the industry and won’t be as bad as expected.
Personally, I’m not in that industry, so I haven’t looked into it much.
Now, I don’t want to alarm you…
But here’s an important question you should ask yourself….
“Is my job at risk?”
Many jobs have already been replaced by computers or AI…
Just look at self-checkouts at supermarkets and self-ordering at McDonalds.
As a business owner, I’m always looking for ways to do the same job, faster and cheaper, and other companies are no different.
So where does that leave you?
Some of them have already begun disappearing as I mentioned above, but more are on the horizon.
After watching that video, I realize the thought of AI taking over is scary…
But in just a moment, you’ll discover why…
Why AI Doesn’t Spell The End Of all Jobs
It makes sense that computers can do complex tasks in high volumes much faster and more accurately than a human can.
We’ll never be able to compete at that level, but humans have abilities computers don’t.
This is a breath of fresh air for anyone thinking they’ll be unemployed in the future.
As you saw in the video above, humans are far better at solving certain problems than computers are.
Furthermore, not every company will be able to afford the type of AI that can short cut their time invested.
How to Not Only Survive But Thrive During Automation
If you remember the first video you watched above, I mentioned a high income skill is a great alternative to your current job if it’s in danger of being automated.
The skill I was referring to in that video was High Ticket Closing or high ticket sales.
The reason why this can’t be replaced by AI is that closing is emotional.
Sure, in theory, you could program AI to say the right thing every time a prospect answers a question.
But the prospect knows AI doesn’t care about them.
The AI’s sole objective is to get the sale.
That’s why closers will ALWAYS have a job.
Another high income skill I teach is copywriting.
Now, this is different to closing as AI can write sales copy and articles, etc.
But AI does have limitations.
What if your client wants a style of copy or writing that isn’t programmed into the AI?
AI can’t think of all the things prospects want to see in an irresistible offer.
But a human can.
So there you have it.
Automation is nothing to be afraid of if you’re willing to evolve and adapt to change.
If you embrace change rather than run from it, you’ll be fine.
To your success,
P.S. – Ready to develop your first or next high income skill?