Abu Eesa Niamatullah – We’re in the Endgame now

Abu Eesa Niamatullah
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the importance of research and understanding the types of issues people face in their work. They mention the success of apps and the need for flexibility in managing data. The speaker also talks about the challenges of working in a busy environment and the importance of finding ways to manage knowledge.
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You know what, you know, I tell you this, I'll tell you this, you know, 20 years ago, a few years ago when you would read the Hadees that a time will come when the people will not know what anything at the end of the day it is all about the end of times. Yeah. Yeah. That they will say. And they will say, you know, I remember that my grandmother used to say this and all of the various narrations. I remember being in Dubai, Muslim country, in a Masjid, and a person made three such as, okay? And I thought skein is made a mistake. And then he stood up a second ago. And then he made three such days again. So I thought, this is some sheer flex era, you know, next level behavior. But

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I was watching and he did Papa Salaam and everything and you know, with my job, and then he prayed another prayer, and he did the flip and say, I smelled bamboo sometimes. So I said, you know about that school of thought, did you

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know I missed this? multi dimensional Wait, Oh, come on, bro. How to and it's not whatever, blah, blah, blah. Okay, he was Arab. No, he was from Uzbekistan, or something like this. Okay. And so I saw our then he goes, and I go, why don't you been here? Because I've been here for five, six years, I've been praying this machine for time praying this machine for all this time. I said, Brother, you know what? You did? such as three times? He goes, Yeah, of course. Yeah. He goes, I'm hungry.

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Oh, that explains it.

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I said, Well, he goes, Yeah, we follow up heifers must have been distant whatever. I said, bro. Honestly, something. I'm a teacher.

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This is not.

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There's no such thing as research this. He goes, are you sure? I call 900% on the other hand.

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And that was a real lightbulb moment. For me it was and that I'd like to say that. I never saw anything as crazy as that against an extremist. Oh, no, no, no, no, no. That's my whole point. Even basics, I can tell you working in the sea. The types of questions and issues that people have the fasting. Oh, when the sun rises? Yep. You know, these type of things. That's when you start fussing. Okay, when is darkness that means that's when you break your fast things we

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I'm saying generally the type of issues they have, what they don't know how they're disconnected from basic things. It's scary, which is why I said it's not about content, you seem to be flooded with your content, or the scholars know, it's about dealing with all the content that's already there. It's methodology. It's the filter. I mean, I don't want to bring the conversation down to that level. But if you look at some of the most successful deals in recent times in terms of apps, yeah, the one that made one of the kids like a 12 year old

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multimillionaire, I think it was Yahoo who bought it or someone else was the filter system that filters the news. The money that's being invested is in how to filter content, how to manage data, that's the big growth area. Yeah, because there's so much of it right? And how can we so our biggest problem is dealing with the knowledge

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