Rey: Attitude makes difference with change
Let’s look at how change has increased, using two examples from history: the speed of transportation and acceleration of knowledge.
About 6,000 B.C., a camel caravan was the fastest mode of transportation – about 8 mph. In the late 18th century, the stagecoach was able to travel about 10 mph. The average group speed increased by 2 mph after about 8,000 years.
By 1825, the steam engine was perfected. Within a decade, locomotives could carry people at a speed of 13 mph.
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