The Transformation Age


The world is shifting from the Information Age to the Transformation Age. What is the difference? Why is this such a big deal? And how can you help?

Donald Trump, Brexit, Global Warming…these are all symptoms of a single, core challenge. The world is changing so fast that people can’t keep up.

One of the deepest assumptions in our society is that “people should know how to change.” But that’s no longer true.

We’ve left The Information Age behind. We’re now in The Information Overload Age. In order to survive and thrive in the face of our global challenges, its time to move to The Transformation Age. The need is there. The technologies for transformation have been developed. But not nearly enough people are taking advantage of them. Why is this? And how can we change it?

This speech was presented at the Transformational Leadership Council meeting on Inauguration Day, January 20, 2017. In the room, we started exploring this question – how can we bring transformational work to a much larger audience?

What changes are you sensing in the world right now? How do you feel called to help? What keeps you from making an even larger impact? How can we work together to bring transformation to a much larger audience?

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  • I’ve never seen anyone describe the current state of things so succinctly and powerfully.

    Barnet Bain Producer, What Dreams May Come
  • I was so excited, I spent the whole speech trying to calm myself down.

    Steve Farber Best Selling Author and Speaker
  • On a scale of 1-10, this speech was a 20.

    Jack Canfield 500 Million Copy Bestselling Author
  • Wow. Amazing. I couldn’t write fast enough.

    Lisa Nichols Best Selling Author and Speaker
 
 

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