A lot of revealing material about where we are headed as a world. I was aware of many of the things due to what I follow and am involved in but, there was additional detail and many other ideas and much material which opens one's eyes. The narrator sounded a bit robotic at first (kind of appropriate once you listen to the audiobook) but, it seemed to pick up after awhile and he was always clear and sounded as if the author himself was emphasizing certain words or passages.
Very good book. Full of insights and examples. Should be read in one weekend to maximize the retention. Loved it
I'm the Type 1 Risk Taker and at the same time the kind of person that hates to do anything half way. This book nor its reader were the right cadence for me. Yet I finished it anyway.
Nevertheless I do hope that plenty of Type 1 risk takers readers/listeners get a hold of this book.
The rest of you should watch half a dozen TED talks and spend your commute listening to something faster paced and more condensed. IMHO
We need more authors to portray our world like this. It is inspiring and full of awe creating recounts of current and historic technological advances.
The narrator sounds a bit robotic - more emotion would make the book more engaging.
Extremely eye-opening for a non-techie entrepreneur like myself. I'm only 26 but extremely excited for the opportunities and ideas the book brings. The possibility of living in a world where no child goes hungry or thirsty was surreal to me but now I think now the potential of these things becoming a reality is right around the corner.