Friday, April 9, 2010

Episode 8: What is Generational Dynamics?

Generational Dynamics is a model that explains, and predicts, the cycles of human history. Developed by John Xenakis, Generational Dynamics is perhaps the best (and simplest) theory that adequately resolves formerly unresolved questions about the nature and cause of patterns in history.

Questions answered in this show:
- How does Generational Dynamics explain the housing bubble and the related financial crisis of 2008?

- Why is Generational Dynamics the ONLY theory that explains exactly why the stock market began rising to historic, bubble-like levels in 1995 (as opposed to 1985, or 1990, or 2000)? And why are thousands of economists and market watchers unable to explain that simple, dramatic change?

- How does Generational Dynamics explain the timing and the pace of the Great Depression, World War II, the unrest of the 1960's, the economic rise of the 1980s and 1990s, and the unraveling and chaos of the last decade?

- Why does history unfold in any society or nation in a repeating cycle of four well-defined, predictable eras?

- Why do successive generations of young people develop specific natures and attitudes that differ from prior and subsequent generations?

- How can Generational Dynamics be used to predict the nature and timing of major future trends?

Learn more about this important new model for societal change and how it can help you understand what is happening in the world and how to prepare for coming times.

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