Back in 2014, Thomas Frey, Google’s top-rated futurist speaker and founder of the Colorado DaVinci Institute, gave a standing-room-only presentation on his vision of the future. Of everything he shared that evening, one thing stands out louder than all the rest: “The world will change more in the next 20 years than the last 100 years combined.”
Wow. The last 100 years included telephones, airplanes, tv, radio, skyscrapers, world wars, intercontinental flight, computers, man on the moon, MTV, every band ever recorded, the internet, smartphones, and the loss of personal relationships with our doctor.
The choices we are faced with in life have increased by 1000-fold in that same span of time.