140 episodes

Dan Sullivan and Peter Diamandis discuss how exponential technologies are creating massive opportunities for entrepreneurs all over the world.

Exponential Wisdom Dan Sullivan of Strategic Coach & Peter Diamandis of XPRIZE / Singularity University

    • Business
    • 4.7 • 203 Ratings

Dan Sullivan and Peter Diamandis discuss how exponential technologies are creating massive opportunities for entrepreneurs all over the world.

    Episode 140: Unlimited Optimism in the Age of AI

    Episode 140: Unlimited Optimism in the Age of AI

    Peter Diamandis and Dan Sullivan discuss Peter’s conversation with Elon Musk, and delve into the importance of optimism, technology’s role in creating abundance, and the bright future ahead for the United States. They also touch on author Peter Zeihan’s unique perspective on world events post-World War II.









    In this episode:









    * The fundamentals of the hierarchy of needs are all increasing in accessibility and abundance around the world.







    * The more entrepreneurs there are, the more problems there are being solved.







    * Studies show that 25% of people are born with a gene that predisposes them toward worry. And 25% are born with a gene that predisposes them toward opportunity.







    * The difference between an optimist and a pessimist is that an optimist sees failure as an anomaly, and a pessimist sees success as an anomaly.

    • 23 min
    Episode 139: The Reindustrialization of The United States

    Episode 139: The Reindustrialization of The United States

    Many people don’t know this, but everything that affects the costs of money, energy, labor, or transport also affects the other three factors. It can be difficult to understand how it works and how it directly affects you. Dan Sullivan and Peter Diamandis explain the importance of quality transportation routes, explain why the United States is in the best position, and discuss the trend toward local manufacturing.









    In this episode:









    * Nanotechnology and advanced 3D printing soon will allow us to manufacture whatever we want based upon atomic components.







    * The cognitive talent around the world is linking digitally with the places where they can get the most highly paid.







    * Water transportation is one twelfth the cost of any other transportation.







    * The costs of money, energy, labor, and transport contribute to government taxes and regulation.

    • 21 min
    Episode 138: Capabilities That Keep You Young

    Episode 138: Capabilities That Keep You Young

    Throughout human history, you were as old as your chronological age. Now, it’s becoming possible to be decades younger physically than the number of years you’ve been alive. Dan Sullivan and Peter Diamandis explain the simple actions you can take right now to extend your life, why you shouldn’t even be thinking about retiring, and how there’s a $101 million prize waiting for anyone who’s developing a restorative therapy.









    In this episode:









    * Dan and Peter discuss why regenerative medicine is going to be the number one industry over the next hundred years and how it’s worth $38 trillion to the global economy per year.







    * Peter gives tips on healthy lifestyle habits.







    * Dan talks about why the U.S. doesn’t have a healthcare system, it has a disease management system.

    • 29 min
    Episode 137: The Great MELTdown

    Episode 137: The Great MELTdown

    Peter and Dan discuss the Future of Money, Energy, Labor, And Transportation (MELT). Peter uses his “6D’s of Exponentials” framework to look at each category.









    In this episode:









    * The U.S. will do the best job of using technology to contain the cost of money, energy, labor, and transportation.











    * When digitization suddenly helps to drop the cost of things, a disruption takes place in three forms: demonetization, dematerialization, and democratization.











    * The advantage of digitizing something is that you can offer it globally.

    • 44 min
    Episode 136: Turn Your Passion Into Purpose

    Episode 136: Turn Your Passion Into Purpose

    Peter and Dan discuss the topic of finding your passion. As Mark Twain said, “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” They distinguish between passion and purpose, and how to identify what you should probably be working on today.









    In this episode:









    * The educational system doesn’t deal with the reality of people’s lives; rather, it imposes a form.







    * The most important thing for a person to do is get a handle on their own experience and what it means for them.







    * An entrepreneur’s role isn’t to become good at everything. It’s better to become exceptionally good at one thing.

    • 38 min
    Episode 135: Navigating Business Beyond Your Comfort Zone

    Episode 135: Navigating Business Beyond Your Comfort Zone

    Once you’ve achieved your goals and have a successful business, what’s next? You might have to look around, talk to people, and consider things you’ve never thought of before. Peter and Dan discuss why someone would make the move into an adjacent business, and how to actually pull it off.









    In This Episode:









    * How to discover where you’re vulnerable to disruption







    * It’s every entrepreneur’s challenge to find a business that will grow their own future







    * Being really good at something means you might lose your curiosity about other things.

    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
203 Ratings

203 Ratings

MVBenn ,

Seeing Beyond Convention

This podcast and the upcoming "MOONSHOTS & MINDSETS with Peter Diamandis" are excellent tools for the entrepreneur working solutions outside the conventional and incremental VC and PE tracks of innovation. Get ready for ideas outside our collective comfort zone!

jaisrose ,

Wisdom that refreshes you

There’s lots of places you can get information in the world. But the combination of experience and expertise is rare. This site is like using clinical trials to distill truths based on experiences and wisdom. I like the open- minded thinking and the results that follow: WISDOM THAT IS REFRESHING.

The Hobo Named Bob ,

So insightful!

This is such an incredibly interesting and insightful podcast! A great listen!

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