Steven Kotler's Six D's of Exponential Technology

Author Steven Kotler explains the basic tenets of exponential technology growth cycles. Understanding these will allow savvy entrepreneurs to gain an advantage over their competition by way of exponential entrepreneurship. 

Steven Kotler's Six D's of Exponential Technology

What makes an exponential entrepreneur? That's the topic tackled by Flow Genome Project founder Steven Kotler in today's featured Big Think interview. Kotler is a co-author, along with XPRIZE CEO Peter H. Diamandis, of the book Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World, which examines the ambitious tactics and strategies of visionary businessmen such as Larry Page, Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and Jeff Bezos. A lot of what made these men extremely successful in this and recent decades make up the basic tenets of what Kotler calls "exponential entrepreneurship":


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