Think: Mindfulness, Neuroplasticity, And Altered Traits–Change Your Mind Change Your Life. Please, just think about this …
Think Twice: Does your business or product depend upon trucking? If so, read this article: Trucking is the Security Crisis You Never Noticed. You could be on “thin ice.”
Think Historically: Often, we take everyday things for granted. Here’s a little history on the curious origins of the dollar symbol.
Think Different: A wonderful example of someone thinking different: Billionaire is Giving Away His Fortune to People Who Don’t Yet Exist.
Think Smarter: Want to think smarter about Blockchain? Read this free chapter: The Internet of Trust.
Think Harder: It is time for Wall Street and the auto industry to think harder about the future. The Pain is Just Beginning; Peak Car Has Arrived.
Think Like a Futurist: Be Your Own Futurist: Imagine a New Landscape and Reinvent yourself. Excellent stuff from a fellow futurist, Ross Dawson.
Think in Questions: Here’s an interesting question: How do you teach a car that a snowman won’t walk across the road?
Think 10X: A First Look at Amazon’s New Delivery Drone. The video in this article is impressive. This trend could easily grow 10X.
Think Bigger: Are you creating “buildings” or “roads”? If you want to be in business longer, it is something to think about.
Think Faster: The Internet of Things will change a lot of businesses. Now that Sony has built an IoT chip with a 60-mile range these changes could arrive sooner than expected. It’s time for you to think faster!
Think Radically: The mapping of the “Wood Wide Web” could have some fascinating applications.
Think Anew: Does the News Reflect What We Die From? It may be time for you to think anew about all of the news you are consuming. You could be overestimating threats and underestimating risks.
Think Sustainably: Planting Our Way Toward a Healthier, Greener Future. It is time for all of us to stop talking about climate change, and start planting trees!
Think the Unthinkable: Companies See Climate Change Hitting Their Bottom Lines in the Next 5 Years. If you don’t see the same thing, it’s time for you to contemplate some “unthinkable” thoughts.
Want to think again? You can always revisit last week’s “Future 15”.
Until next week: Don’t stop thinking about the future! But also never forget “It is easier to act your way into a new way of thinking than think your way into a new way of acting“!