First of all: I like it.
Hexagons are the most space-economical shapes there is, there is no other shape that would let you pack more stuff in a small space. Consider bee-hives. I think this is a good thing.
I prefer the colour combination of lime-ish and teal-ish, but consider how this will be used. In fact; I do like the idea of having a logo with several colour choices and using them all depending on context. That might be a little too much for some, but I believe what happens then is that you build a recognition for the shape.
Anyway; my first spontaneous reaction was that that little triangle looks like a down-arrow. Maybe not a connotation you want for your forward-thinker. It looks as if it is sticking out a little from the green line. It is in fact not (I checked) but it looks as if it is. You might want to consider adjusting/doublechecking that.
Second thought was that it is symmetrical but not quite. One thing is that the geometric figures are actually not entirely identical where they "should" be identical, but the little triangle makes it a tiny-weeny-bit off.
I think you should make the asymmetry more pronounced. Add a little something else, gently. This would also help making it a little more contemporary, a little less monograms.
I am glad you skipped the first font you worked with. I do realise that @HostileFork has a point; it might give association to other, more old-fashioned monograms etc, but look at it another way: RR is also Rolls Royce :D That might not be a bad thing. And honestly; I do not think many people will make these connection. Designers do, but we tend to overthink :) You could also try making the Rs lower case. This will remove some of these associations.
I do however think that having the name there is a good thing. I would place it to the right side, using the geometric baselines already there. I really do like the hairline background thing you got going there. It balances the solid geometry, it ads a little more sophistication.
Now; disclaimer: this is just playing with ideas and you will (have to) forgive my awfully crude sketches. I am just trying to give you some ideas, and hopefully you will find a way yourself. Just playing with the idea of accentuating the non-symmetrical. This example is too heavy, but consider it more a way of thinking and conceptual than a finished product.