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Energy Drinks

Time Compression has made on-demand energy a key part of daily living. The energy drink market, which only got its start in the 1987, is now a $93 billion industry hoping to pump you up.

Legalizing Marijuana

In 25 years, 35 states plus the District of Columbia have legalized medical marijuana and 16 states have approved recreational use. A record 68% of Americans polled say the drug should be legalized.

Plant-Based Food

Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods are disrupting the food business, with realistic looking faux meats that even bleed like real beef. Retail sales of U.S. plant-based foods market reached $7 billion in 2020.

Digital Banking

The banking sector is under assault from challenger banks and the $42 billion venture capitalists are pouring into fintech startups worldwide annually. Big data and artificial intelligence could significantly disrupt the world’s financial system.


Since debuting at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2010, drones have helped locate missing persons and capture spine-tingling surveillance videos. With three companies now approved to make drone deliveries, expect to seem see them everywhere.

Control Enthusiast

Here’s another fascinating lifestyle phenomenon: Control Enthusiasm. Spurred by a freedom from wires, and used to instant gratification offered by digital devices, consumers are demanding ever more control and thereby becoming difficult to please.

Celebrity Worship Syndrome

One third of Americans are obsessed with celebrities, leading to a modern affliction dubbed Celebrity Worship Syndrome. This voyeurgasmic trend has accelerated since the arrival of smartphones and digital cameras.

Bystander Recordings

Bystander recordings, a trend that began in 1963 with the Zapruder film of Kennedy’s assassination and Rodney King’s beating in 1991, has gone mainstream due to the the arrival of smartphones and YouTube.

EXTRA Gum Commercial

EXTRA Gum has developed a hilarious and truly fun two-and-a-half minutes-long television commercial, appropriately titled “For When It’s Time.” As the title suggests, it’s perfect for our emergence from the pandemic. 😂😅😍😘


The popularity of innovation has skyrocketed since 1939, when Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter defined innovation as an expression of intellectual creativity undertaken without considering its economic impact.

3D Printing Homes

A 3D printing revolution has vaulted this once arcane technology from industrial prototyping to the glamorous world of footwear design and single-family home building, providing a significant boost to a $13 billion market.


Startups are society’s most disruptive forces, explaining the urgency of incubating ventures among the more than half billion entrepreneurs worldwide. It’s also why U.S. and global venture-capital investing is setting new records.


Blockchain is a shared, immutable ledger that allows the transmission of digital assets while dispensing with the need for trusted third parties. It’s the fundamental technology layer of all cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin.

evian (re)new

Fashion designer Virgil Abloh and Evian’s latest innovation, the evian (re)new fountain, is made from 100% recycled plastic. The fountain includes a 5-liter pouch or “bubble” that slowly collapses so it can easily be replaced.


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