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Coronavirus is the trial of mass-online education

25 March 2020

Education will never be the same after this!

If you’ve been with us for a while, you know our stance on traditional education and that we are strong believers of the complete disruption of a system that’s not only inefficient but also enslaves people with debt.

Online education is one the next big stepping stones of humanity!

Instead of having your view of the world molded by someone who’s mediocre at best at what he or she is doing, the best of the best in the world could share their insights with the masses.

You can have access to the highest quality of education that only the rich and a select few could have afforded in the past for free or a fraction of the cost.

The world has this tendency to democratize luxuries one by one and we believe education is next!

Does this mean a large portion of the teacher population will be left out of a job, yes it does, in the same way that mail-mans have been replaced by email, that horses have been replaced by cars and in the same way truck drivers will be replaced by self-driving trucks.

The world is moving towards efficiency and wide spread of quick access to whatever it needs, be it products, services or in this case education.

We spent a full year developing our first course, mind mastery and over a thousand people have taken this learning experience from the comfort of their homes without meeting a teacher face to face. Right now you can go to alux.com/mindmastery and take our 21 day challenge and by the end of the quarantine you would have installed meditation as a new skill in your system.

This unique situation we’re going through right now has forced people to reconsider the way they acquire knowledge and figure out how to translate traditional education to online.

It’s not been 100% effective, but it definitely got a passing grade. Think of it as the first trial of what will, within our generation, become the standard.

This is part 3 out of 15 about a discussion on the world in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.

You can watch the full video below: