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The Old and the New!

The Old and the New!

. 1 min read

The Challenges: How will we use the Six Ds to create a world of possibility and abundance? How can our human minds keep up with exponential change? This is how we try to think. Big thank you to Peter Diamandis. He has changed our world!

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Take a second to appreciate how extraordinary our world is today.

News travels the globe in an instant. Music, movies, games, communication, and knowledge are ever-available, for free on always-connected devices.

From AI to biotechnology, powerful technologies that were once only available to huge organizations, governments, and the richest and most elite are more accessible and affordable than ever before thanks to digitization.

Think about it: a child in Zimbabwe can Google any information they want or even video conference with someone on the other side of the world—for free.

And the information available to that child is identical to the information available to Larry Page, co-founder of Google.

This continuing technological progress gives us an opportunity to uplift every man, woman, and child on Earth.

How does such a world come about?

The essence is explained in a framework We call the Six Ds of Exponentials.

Think of the Six Ds as a roadmap that you can use to contextualize technological change and the opportunities it creates.

As an exponential entrepreneur and leader, we want to master this roadmap. Understanding how to use the Six Ds and developing an Exponential Mindset are key focuses of our futuristic thinking. Big thank you to Peter Diamandis, one of my personal heroes!