44 minutes | Apr 6th 2020

Stepping Into The World Of Exponential Living with John Sanei - 033

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John Sanei is a best-selling author, Singularity University faculty member, global speaker and trend specialist.

His unlimited fascination with the future has seen him become Africa’s first faculty member at Singularity University in San Francisco, a lecturer at Duke Corporate Education in Johannesburg, and a Partner Associate at the Copenhagen Institute of Future Studies in Denmark.

Author of best-sellers What’s Your Moonshot, Magnetize and FOREsight, John is also the Co-founder and Chief Exponential Officer at Future Self Academy, an author-led, online platform that connects the curious to leading thinkers.

Noteworthy questions:
  • What is the quantum world? (14:57)
  • How can we become exponential thinkers? (18:57)
  • Where is the balance in future-thinking? (25:04)
  • How can we prepare for the future? (29:22)

Key takeaways

  • You will never be gifted or celebrated when you stay in your comfort zone.
  • The only way to be exponential is to be unique in the skillset and the value you add into the world. Thinking exponentially puts too much pressure on us.
  • Allow your heart and your curiosity to make decisions.
  • The dreamer of the dream creates the reality.
  • 90% of the world is addicted to anxiety and worry.

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