Think: We live in a world that demands personal transformation. Before we can change our business, our community, or our world, we must first change ourselves. If you are looking to grow personally, this article, Scaling the Edge–Making It Personal will give you plenty to think about this week.
Think Like a Genius: Innovation is critical to future growth. Curiosity is an essential component of innovation, and the art of asking better questions lies at the heart of curiosity. Therefore, if you wish to innovate, you will need to cultivate the power of asking better–and more difficult–questions. This article, Cultivating Intense Curiosity Like Leonardo da Vinci, can help.
Think in Questions: 5G hasn’t yet fully arrived and already people are talking about 6G–which will be 100 times faster. 6G is so fast that it could download 142 hours of Netflix in a second. But instead of asking “Why would anyone need to download 142 hours of Netflix in second?” try asking a better question such as “What might 6G enable in the near future that is impossible today?”
Think The Unthinkable: Could 100 really be the new 60? The answer is yes and whether you are excited or depressed at this prospect, it is something we all need to think about.
Heart-Centered Thinking: This past week, I published my first article on Medium, The Key to Life in 26 Seconds. I hope you’ll consider checking it out because heart-based actions have a powerful way of rippling out and transforming the world.
P.S. In case you missed it, my latest book, Business as Unusual: A Futurist’s Unorthodox, Unconventional, and Uncomfortable Guide to Doing Business debuted as an Amazon best-seller last week. In the spirit of being “unusual,” the book was designed to be read in less than 45 minutes–I encourage you to check it out.
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“!