Very uplifting. A great read for a new college student.
This book has made me think of so many possible future accomplishments. It inspires hope and brings to mind many fresh takes on what the future can hold.
I love AUDIBLE! I never get mad at traffic jams and can listen to many different books, despite my short time.
One of the best book I read in a long time. Peter Diamandis is a great guy, with tons of baggage and Abundance shows how interesting the future will be. I liked so much the listening that I was making free marketing for this book. Give it a try and you will see how Abundance will change your perspective.
Eye opening on a lot of subjects, and a refreshing perspective for an optimist like me. I'm sure there are those from various fields who will nit pick at some of the details, but the idea is to get people thinking outside the box, in a problem solving mode.
He basically takes on a handful of subjects (a collection of the problems facing the world if you will), and presents information about what the innovators in those fields are doing to tackle seemingly insurmountable obstacles. The subject that I knew the most about here was food production, and I found his information to be reliable. Many will disagree on the GMO thing, but please don't dismiss the rest of the information if you do.
I've spent about 100 hours listening to Arthor Morey in the last year, and while his voice isn't the liveliest, he's very clear and never grates on my nerves.
This book left me feeling inspired and thinking about problem solving in a new way. I hope that the ideologues don't nay say it to death.
This book presents a far more optimistic take on current events than most in the genre. Entertainingly written, smoothly performed, and convincing in its belief that we as a species not only can think our way out of the worst we have done to ourselves, but are well on our way to doing so. Diamandis is an example to anyone.
Diamandis and Kotler do a fabulous job here of laying out some reasonable assertions about how the creative mind will continue to harness technology to make the world a better place. I'm looking forward to Abundance 2.0, because all of this stuff is moving very, very fast.
We need to capture this kind optimism in the way we look at our nation today. This book gives the answers to question about the future like, where is our energy going to come from? Where is our food going to come from? How will our grandchildren get by if nothing changes? I can’t wait to see how much of the book comes true. This is a book I recommend.
I believe this is a good book if you want to see what is going on out side of your daily circle.
Farm towers. I had never thought of farming vertically.
NA- it is a narration.
I listen to the book in two day I believe.
Good book. I was familiar with much of the data presented but I would recommend it.
Letting the rest of the world go by
I enjoy the book except for the parts when he's being a futurist and he's trying to predict the future. Other than that, he has a lot to say and I enjoyed the book.
I honestly wondered if the reader was a computer at times because it was pretty dry but I got over it!
The first half of the book was a little boring to me (although my husband loved the whole thing and has listed to it at least 3 times). However, the second half was amazing as it took a look at the world of abundance we are going toward!
Hacker obsessed with the mind and the future.
Yes, because this book presents numerous examples of what the future will be bright. Too many people see a bad future when the next 10-20 years will be the most amazing time to ever be alive in all of human history.
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