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Jack Uldrich’s Friday Future 15: April 5, 2019

Posted in Future, Futurist, Think

Think: Personally, I often don’t know what I think until I write it. Therefore, to think it helps me to write. But how does a person find the time and space to write? This wonderful post offers insights from some of the world’s greatest writers.

Think Twice: Think you know the way to make your life fantastic? It may be time to Think Twice (you could be on Thin Ice!). This is the Most Powerful Way to Make Your Life Fantastic.

Think Historically: How Buckminster Fuller Anticipated Today’s Challenges 50 Years Ago. Timeless insights from one of the best futurists ever. I especially enjoyed this “thinking”-related quote: “The true business of people should be to go back to school and think about whatever it was they were thinking about before somebody came along and told them they had to earn a living.

Think Different: Want to “brainstorm” better? You will need to think different. This article can help. (Hint: It’s not about generating ideas, it is about combining different ideas and improving upon them.)

Think Smarter: Not all “passion” is the same. Are your pursuing harmonious passion or obsessive passion? Is it time for you to think smarter about The Right Way to Follow Your Passion?

Think Harder: If you want to think harder, it helps to have an “active mindset”. This post can help move you in the right direction.

Think Like a Child: What Humble Kids Have In Common. Humility can–and should–be learned. If you have enough humility, you can even learn from children.

Think in Questions: Want a better question that can change your life? Try this question on for size: What am I willing to struggle for?

Think 10X: Why AI Will Make Healthcare Personal. Every healthcare professional needs to be thinking about how a 10X leap in AI could transform the healthcare industry in the near future.

Think Bigger: How to Nurture an Exponential Mindset. You don’t know what you don’t know, but the crowd might. 

Think Faster: Altering the Fabric of Reality: How Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Are Shaping the “Day After Tomorrow.” AR and VR are coming fast. To leverage these tools, you will need to think faster. This new e-book can help.

Think Radically: Wal-Mart’s Radical Future: A Scenario from 2029. What if Wal-Mart changed its slogan from “Save Money. Live Better” to “Live Better. Save Money” or, better yet, “Save Earth. Live Lightly”?

Think Again: The Most Misread Poem in America. Robert Frost’s “A Road Less Traveled” is an inspirational poem. It’s too bad more people don’t take the time to “think again” about what the poet is actually trying to say.

Think Sustainably: Ten Simple Ways to Act on Climate Change. Please stop thinking about this topic, and start doing!

Think the Unthinkable: Can Human Mortality Be Hacked? Some people believe it will soon be possible to live to 1000. Regardless of whether you think this is wise or not, it is time for society to begin thinking about this once “unthinkable” prospect.

Want to think again? You can always revisit last week’s “Future 15”.

Until next week, remember: Don’t stop thinking about the future!

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