This week futurist Jack Uldrich in his weekly “Future Five” covers why community is now a competitive advantage; the importance of resilience; Daimler’s startling new news; the growth of the permaculture industry; and how a cold shower can transform your life.
Think: Here’s something to think about: If optimizing short-term accounting measures does not maximize long-term performance, why do we focus on it? This Harvard Business Review article, What’s the Best Way to Create Long-Term Value, will give you plenty to think about. Think Like a Futurist: Strategic planning is not a substitute for critical thinking….
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This week Futurist Jack Uldrich encourages his readers to think about personal transformation, curiosity, 6G, living to 100; and the key to life (in 26 seconds).
Futurist and best-selling author Jack Uldrich dishes out this weekly “Friday Future 5.” This week he shares thoughts on individual growth, the crisis in capitalism, how to be a good ancestor, why an evolutionary transition may be coming, and “Sehnsucht”–a German word which means “inconsolable longing.”
Think: For years, I have encouraged my readers to add a small dose of science fiction to their reading “diet.” The reason is because science fiction can help you expand your imagination and think deeper and more broadly about the future. This article, Science Fiction Explores the Interconnectedness Revealed by the Pandemic, outlines how science…
This week Futurist Jack Uldrich uses his “Friday Future 5” to think about thinking and everything from metacognition to unlearning.
Editor’s Note: This week, I am taking my own advice and engaging in a “Think Week.” In my case, I am choosing to spend six days in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA) in northern Minnesota. If you notice a nature-related theme to this week’s edition it is because that is the theme I am…
Futurist Jack Uldrich shares his weekly “Future Friday Five.” Today, he provides insights on climate change, optimistism, long-term thinking, quantum computers, and human transformation.
Futurist Jack Uldrich uses this week’s “Friday Future 5” to help you think about disruption, the importance of biodiversity, the climate crisis, seventh generation thinking, and how to be a good ancestor.