Hi, I’m Gabriel. This is a short presentation of my life, and how I got into Longevity.

Since I was a kid, I wanted to be an entrepreneur. When I was in high school, I sold video games to my class mates. Then, with the money I was able to generate, I sold second hand cell phones to friends. My entrepreneurial journey finished abruptly when I got into University, to study Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science. However, as soon as I got into Ecole Polytechnique, I came back to my passion, and created my first startup. After 20 years as an entrepreneur, and approaching my fourties, I decided I would sell my last startup and start something that is more meaningful to me. This is how I got into Longevity.

I’ve spent as much time as possible reading about Longevity, meeting researchers, entrepreneurs, investors in the field. First, I couldn’t believe that all these discoveries have been made during the last decades or so. It was just a world that sounded so “science fiction” to me. Organs in a jar. Rejuvenating cells. Hair repigmentation. Brain machine interfaces. Organ 3D printing. Stem cell therapies. Now I know this is real, that it’s coming, some of these breakthroughs are already there, the rest will come at an accelerated pace thanks to AI. To me, we’re the first generation of Humans for whom controling, slowing down or even reversing agins is no longer a pipe dream, but an ambitious yet realistic goal.

But then, I got back to the “normal” world, the one we live in every day, the one we share with our friends, families, neighbours and colleagues. They don’t know anything about the what’s coming. They don’t know how to cope and take advantage of it. They don’t know they could add 20 years or more to their healthspan. They just can’t imagine that this has become possible through preventative medicine.

Given all these observations, I’ve decided to focus my time and effort on Longevity for the next 40 years. My MTP (Massively Transformative Purpose) has become: Defeat Aging by 2060.

My vision for accomplishing this is as follows:

  • Audacity. The biggest breakthroughs in History have been possible thanks to small, yet determined groups of audacious people.
  • Long term thinking. We overestimate what we can do in a day, and we underestimate what we can do in a year (let alone 40 years)!
  • Persistence and determination. Succeeding requires people to accept to fail many times, and get back up.
  • Structure and systems. Succeeding once is great, artists do it once and they’re praised for the rest of their lives and afterwards. But this is not enough, unless you understand how you’ve done, and turn it into a recipe which can work every time, and other people can reproduce it also. Creating a structure, and systems around it, allows the project to scale up, and an army of people to join.

Of course, all this can be applied to any project in general, but it is especially true for long term projects.

If the project resonates with you, sign up for free and join the adventure!


  1. Great initiative Gabriel!

  2. great story thanks for sharing !

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