Digital technology is revolutionizing our world. It’s transforming communication, transportation, sales, real estate, medicine, and every other industry that touches our lives. One of those industries is architectural design.
Today’s guest is Bryan Luoma, an entrepreneur with a background in civil engineering. Bryan’s passion is helping businesses evolve in the 21st century. His expertise is computer-aided drafting, or CAD, which helps architects, engineers, contractors, and manufacturers design and create anything that can be built.
Bryan offers his clients the unfair advantage of dramatically increasing the number of projects that they can successfully execute at one time without compromising the quality of their work. In fact, the quality of their projects dramatically increases as well. Bryan Luoma delivers on this big promise by harnessing the talent of a remote team in the Philippines who use 2D and 3D drafting models. Clients benefit from a high standard of professionalism while contributing to the culture and livelihood of their overseas team. Simultaneously, they become more profitable.
This podcast will expand your vision of business, success, and contribution in an age that is moving us closer to a world that is truly one global society.
You’ll get excited by the potential of computer-aided drafting to enhance the speed, the precision, and the creativity of building and manufacturing. CAD also exponentially increases the ability for long distance collaboration on design projects.
You’ll begin to understand and appreciate the enriching power of outsourcing. You’ll discover how this approach to doing business can dramatically increase productivity and profit. Plus, it naturally supports creative cooperation.
Bryan’s vision inspires us to expand our connectivity and move beyond our comfortable borders toward a world of unlimited abundance.
BOOKS IN THIS PODCAST
Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business by Gina Wickman
The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss
Sacred Commerce by Matthew & Terces Englehart
Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World by Peter H. Diamandis and Steven Kotler
The Singularity is Near by Ray Kurzweil
The Call of the Wild by Jack London
The Jungle by Upton Sinclair