December 4, 2017

Peter and Dan give an update on the latest research in technologies extending the healthy human lifespan. Peter and Dan agree that “retirement” is one of the leading causes of death, and that mindset is a major factor in the game of human longevity.




In this episode:

  • Peter explains how the human race is attacking the three major causes of death — heart disease, cancer, neurodegenerative disease — and why entrepreneurship is a key to this success.
  • Dan explores how the extension of human life will impact Social Security, retirement, and other large programs.
  • Peter and Dan discuss the ‘number in your head’ that dictates when you will die, and how this mindset impacts your health. Dan describes a helpful tool to broaden your thinking and how his Strategic Coach clients have benefited.

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November 17, 2017

Peter and Dan discuss the latest technologies in the transportation industry. Electric autonomous cars, Virgin Hyperloop One, flying vehicles like Airbus and Uber Elevate, and Elon Musk’s Boring Company and SpaceX rockets.  




In this episode:

  • Peter compares today’s (2018 - 2022) transportation transition to early 20th century history, when mass-produced cars started to outpace the horse and buggy in 1908.
  • Dan gives an example of the early adoption of autonomous elevators having an effect on the retail industry. Peter summarizes the implications of “car as a service,” which he believes will be 5-10x cheaper than owning a car because of the loss of car insurance, fuel, parking lots, not to mention fewer car accidents.
  • Peter gives an update on Virgin Hyperloop One and a few companies creating autonomous flying vehicles. How does this change where you live? Where you work? As transportation becomes more agile, faster and cheaper, Dan and Peter discuss why humanity will spread out.

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November 3, 2017

Peter and Dan delve into a number of dangerous ideas, including changing government, healthcare, and education, and discuss how these opinions are less than a decade away.





  In this episode:

  • Peter describes a world where the blockchain enables 100% trust among strangers, which will disrupt current governments and many industries.
  • Dan discusses why he is constantly renewing relationships with people younger and younger. One key to his goal of extreme longevity is “you feel the same age as the person you’re interacting with.”
  • Peter talks about his belief that we are rapidly heading towards the end of petroleum era and moving into an all-electric economy. 

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October 19, 2017

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Peter and Dan revisit Peter’s 6 D’s of exponentials framework and discuss a new thinking tool created to help entrepreneurs measure how they are using technology in their companies and their lives.





In this episode:

  • Peter describes the origin story of the 6 D’s of exponentials and why the concept has held true over this period of rapid change.
  • Dan explains his thinking tool to help entrepreneurs measure their technology use and his belief that, when we first use a new technology, we must build confidence by finding a use case that fits with our everyday experience.
  • Peter and Dan discuss humanity's ability to make constant progress using tools to build better tools, and their shared belief that adopting new technology is going to allow us to do more.

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October 9, 2017

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Peter and Dan discuss a common conversation theme in Silicon Valley — namely, that most people have no idea how quickly things are changing — and how technology has caused the world to move at an accelerated pace.




In this episode:

  • Peter gives short overview of Moore’s Law, the history of computation and the exponential growth in this field.
  • Dan and Peter discuss the number people using technology being the driving force that is causing more innovations, new ideas and ultimately new technologies.
  • Peter tells the story of interviewing Marc Andreesen, an American entrepreneur, software engineer and co-creator of Netscape, the first web browser... and how, during that interview, he came up with the idea of the “interface moment,” which is the moment an exponentially growing technology becomes usable by entrepreneurs to generate massive revenue.

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September 24, 2017

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Peter and Dan discuss a conversation they had in 2013 that led to the creation of the Abundance 360 executive summit and the 25-year framework behind the idea.





In this episode:

  • Peter describes how the 25-year framework changed his life, why this mindset shift becomes an organizing principle, and how it allows you to patiently focus on the goal.
  •  Dan discusses the concept of “The Gap”: the permanent distance between the ideal and the actual, and useful tools to help with measuring progress to big audacious goals.
  • Peter talks about the “accessible possible” concept introduced by Dan Sullivan, why it’s powerful and how this has shaped the curation of Abundance 360.

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September 8, 2017

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Peter and Dan discuss entrepreneurial commercial space. Why is this happening now? Which companies are the most exciting to watch?





In this episode:

  • Peter describes three reasons this is happening now: individuals concentrating massive wealth, the explosion of material sciences, and how the field of artificial intelligence has taken simulation to the next level.
  • Peter gives a brief history of the space shuttle programs of the U.S. and Russia and discusses the dematerialization and demonetization of launch vehicles built by entrepreneurs today.
  • Peter discusses why asteroids are important in the future of space travel, what his company Planetary Resources is doing to mine these near-Earth asteroids, and why he believes the next Gold Rush is in space.

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August 16, 2017

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In Episode 27: Evidence of Abundance, Peter and Dan discussed the 6 D’s framework and how this model is a road map to contextualize exponential technologies. In this episode, they dig deeper into the first step, Digitization, and why spending energy early on will ultimately lead to an enormous amount of time saved.




In this episode:

  • Peter and Dan each give examples of digitizing processes in everyday life: for example, governments using Global Entry to digitize the analog customs process, ultimately saving time and energy.
  • What are the three most important digital improvements you can make 90 days from now, and what’s the first step you’re going to take? Dan asks three questions that make this process easily applicable to entrepreneurs in their current business.
  • Peter discusses the fallacy of “waiting to get it right” in the analog world, and why acting early, getting feedback from your audience, and then iterating rapidly and experimenting is the mechanism for success in today’s world. 

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July 24, 2017

Episode 39 CardPeter and Dan discuss setting boundaries for kids and their gadgets. They explore the potential benefits and pitfalls of kids using technology and growing up in a world where every toy contains exponential technology.  





In this episode:

  • Peter discusses his belief that kids who are technologically literate often have a self-driven exploration that allows them to seek their passions.
  • Dan believes during this technological revolution it is extremely difficult to make predictions 10 or 20 years into the future, whereas 50 years ago, teachers had a pretty accurate idea of what the world would be like in the future.
  • Peter gives examples of toys and tools like YouTube Kids, and LEGOs that teach kids to be insanely curious, to have grit and don’t give up up until the task is completed.  

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July 10, 2017

Episode 38 Card.jpgPeter and Dan explore the history of innovation over centuries and the “adjacent possible,” a concept developed by Steven Johnson in his book “How We Got to Now.”    





In this episode:

  • Dan outlines how many entrepreneurs get caught up in future possibilities that aren’t immediately actionable, and analyzes the impact of this negative thinking pattern.
  • Peter discusses why the pace of innovation is picking up and how exponential tools like artificial intelligence, nanotech and brain-computer interfaces are quickly becoming resources available to the masses.
  • Dan talks about using a tool he developed at Strategic Coach for getting people in touch with what is truly possible and in their control. 

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June 11, 2017

Episode 37 CardPeter and Dan discuss the massive change coming to the energy industry -- in particular, the switch to an all-electric economy in the next 20 years. With governments and large corporations relying on oil and gas, they discuss how this disruption will impact society.  




In this episode:

  • Peter gives a brief history of the energy economy and how humanity has transitioned from firepower to solar.
  • Dan discusses his belief that technology is not replaced by another technology unless there is at least a 10X improvement.
  • Peter discusses his belief that car ownership is going to be dead by 2025, which means we no longer own a car, but instead own a “car as a service.”

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Episode 36: Predicting the World Series

May 26, 2017

Episode 36 CardPeter and Dan discuss the ability of artificial intelligence (AI) to make predictions far better than humans, given the explosion in the amount of data in recent years.  





In this episode:

  • Peter discusses how MogIA, an AI system developed by an Indian startup, correctly predicted the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, basing its analysis on 20 million data points from platforms such as Google, Twitter and YouTube.
  • Dan talks about another implication of predictive AI in sports betting. One company Unanimous AI runs a program called UNU using swarm AI, which correctly predicted the 2016 MLB playoffs and the Chicago Cubs as the World Series winner.
  • Peter and Dan discuss how we will find out the true meaning of “being a human” in the next few years as AI’s start becoming more and more capable. 

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Episode 35: Science Fiction Becomes Science Reality

May 2, 2017

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Peter and Dan discuss awarding the $10 million Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE, which involved designing a portable wireless device that can monitor and diagnose health conditions from the palm of your hand. The prize concept originated during a lunch with Qualcomm’s Executive Chairman Paul Jacobs, a fellow Star Trek fan, when they decided the Tricorder medical device should exist.



In this episode:

  • Peter describes the power of incentive prizes with examples dating back to 1714, including the invention of canned food.
  • Considering the vast amounts of data in the healthcare field, Dan and Peter explain why AI will have a major role in democratizing healthcare, and how an AI diagnosis will ultimately be better than the best human experts in the world.
  • Peter describes the process of awarding a XPRIZE and the roadmap needed to bring technology to market. 

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Episode 34: Longevity Escape Velocity

April 17, 2017

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Dan and Peter discuss their common desire to live a long and healthy life, and takeaways from Peter’s recent visit to a cutting-edge stem cell clinic in Panama.    

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Episode 33: Evolution of Humanity with AI

March 31, 2017







Dan and Peter discuss the impact of artificial intelligence on humanity and the conversations happening around the world on this disruptive, exponentially growing technology.  

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Episode 32: Humanity’s Growth Tension Points

March 5, 2017







In Episode 22, Dan explained his model of stabilizers and accelerators, and his belief that you can predict the major events in the news. This episode, Peter and Dan discuss how technology is changing the political process around the world, and what this means for entrepreneurs.

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Episode 31: Planning Your Moonshot

February 6, 2017







The word “moonshot” is a term that comes from X (formerly Google X) and, as used here, simply means a daring, seemingly impossible mission. When most of the world is trying to go 10% bigger, a moonshot is something that is 10X bigger. Peter and Dan discuss a new tool Peter developed to help you take moonshots. 

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Episode 30: Next Sexual Revolution

November 14, 2016







Peter and Dan discuss the implications of exponential technologies reinventing human reproduction. Imagine a near future where the process of having a child is not left up to the vagaries of Mendelian genetics, but to cutting-edge technology.  

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Episode 29: What’s Most Exciting for 2017

October 19, 2016

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With exponential technologies accelerating at warp speed, Peter and Dan discuss how convergences of these technologies will impact life in 2017.

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Episode 28: Hiring “A” Players

September 18, 2016

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If you want to create a successful, hyper-growth company, you’ve got to get one thing right: hiring.

Peter and Dan discuss one of the most important aspects of being an entrepreneur — attracting great people and recruiting them into the organization.


Episode 27: Evidence of Abundance

August 21, 2016

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Peter took the stage at TED in 2012, when he delivered his talk about Abundance. In this episode, Peter and Dan take a look at ten charts with updated stats and data proving that the world is truly getting better.


Episode 26: Living Long Enough to Live Forever

July 31, 2016

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In Episode 6, Peter and Dan described how mindset plays a key role in living a long, healthy life, this time they share stories about how they each arrived at their ambitious longevity goals.



Episode 25: Changing The Way We Govern

July 18, 2016

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Historically, your citizenship is defined by the language you speak, the currency you use, or where you live.  In a world of massive globalization, however, these factors are becoming less important, and in this episode, Peter and Dan discuss the idea of virtual countries of the future



Episode 24: Scorecards (Without A Target, You’ll Miss It Every Time)

June 19, 2016

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We’re constantly in a state of information overload, and trying to focus on everything at once is overwhelming. Dan and Peter discuss a simple yet powerful tool they use to evaluate and objectively track progress, step by step.



Episode 23: When Should You Kill Your Idea?

June 1, 2016

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As an entrepreneur, the single most important thing you can do in business is continuous experimentation. You no longer need to guess how your customers will respond — thanks to the technology we have today, it’s never been easier to make data-driven decisions.



Episode 22: What WON’T Change in 10 Years?

May 15, 2016

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With exponential technologies exploding into the market place changing industries and the way we live, Peter and Dan discuss what won't change in the next ten years. Regardless of technological change, it’s always courageous entrepreneurs bringing practical ideas into the marketplace.


Episode 21: Inside the Future of Healthcare

May 1, 2016

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Dan discusses his recent trip to the Human Longevity Inc. Health Nucleus and why he believes it is the best clinical experience in the world.


Episode 20: VR & Technology Convergence

April 11, 2016

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Dan and Peter discuss their conversation with one of the world’s leading experts in Virtual Reality (VR), Philip Rosedale, creator/founder of Second Life, and more recently the CEO of High Fidelity.

Episode 19 – AI: A Tool, Not a Threat

March 28, 2016

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Dan and Peter chat about their conversation with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cognitive computing expert Stephen Gold, the CMO and VP of Business Development and Partner Programs at IBM Watson

Episode 18: Nearing a Trillion-Sensor Economy

March 11, 2016

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Peter explains why the Internet of Things (IoT) enables a data-driven future where you can know anything you want, anytime you want, anywhere you want.

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Episode 17: The Power of Experimentation

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Dan and Peter discuss starting a new product in 2016 and the idea of continuous testing.

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Episode 16: Driving Innovation: Part 2

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Dan and Peter continue their discussion on innovation concepts with a chat about the age bias and why most people are at their creative best before age 30. 

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Episode 15: Driving Innovation: Part 1

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Peter and Dan discuss the“idea economy” and why this has led to an explosion of innovation in the last 200 years. 

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Episode 14: Opening the Space Frontier

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Peter and Dan discuss the film “The Martian” and the science behind actually living on Mars.

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Episode 13: Transforming Healthcare and Education

Episode 13: Transforming Healthcare and Education

Peter and Dan discuss two of the slowest-moving industries in the past 25 years — healthcare and education — and why they’re excited about the innovation and reinvention happening.

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Episode 12: Ripe For Disruption… Agriculture and Transportation

Episode 12

Peter and Dan discuss how sensors and robotics will disrupt a multitude of billion-dollar industries.Read on for highlights from this episode, and be sure to subscribe on iTunes so you never miss an episode.

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Episode 11: Problems Are Goldmines


Peter and Dan discuss mindset and how problems can be the biggest business opportunities.

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Episode 10: Robots: Out of the Factories, Into Our Lives

Episode 10

Peter and Dan discuss the term “robot” and the fact that we’ve been using robots in our daily lives for years.

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Episode 9: How the Sharing Economy Can Disrupt Your Business

Episode 9

Peter and Dan discuss how to keep up with the sharing economy and how it will affect your business.

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Episode 8: Negativity Bias: Why We Pay Attention to Bad News

Episode 8

Peter and Dan discuss why humans pay 10 times more attention on average to negative news than positive news.

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Episode 7: The Impact Pledge: Turning Success Into Significance


Episode 7

Peter and Dan discuss how to turn success into significance by creating an impact pledge.

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Episode 6: How HLI Plans to Make 100 the New 60

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Peter and Dan discuss how Human Longevity Inc. plans to make 100 years of age the new 60.

Episode 5: BOLD Leadership & Disruptive Change

Episode 5

Peter and Dan discuss how to be a leader and adapt to exponentials.

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Episode 4: Living a Longer, Healthier Life

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Peter and Dan discuss how you can live a longer, healthier life.

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

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