Think: Here are 25 things to jumpstart your “thinking” for the new decade: 25 Ideas That Will Shape the 2020’s:
Think Twice: The farm sector needs to think twice—it could be on thin ice! Lab-Grown Food Will Soon Destroy Farming–and Save the Planet.
Think Historically: Sure it’s only one year back in time, but it’s still history. 50+ Reason Our Favorite Emerging Technologies Had an Amazing 2019.
Think Different: Soon the charger will come to your electric car! VW’s Prototype Charging Robot Can Find Your EV in the Parking Garage.
Think Smarter: If you want to think smarter consider following John Hagel. Here is his latest post: On the Edge of a New Decade. As always, good stuff.
Think Bigger: Want to think even bigger about the next decade? 20 Megatrends for the Roaring 20s.
Think Harder: Whether you live in America or China–or anywhere else in the world–we all need to think harder about this “contest”: The Future of America’s Contest With China.
Think Like a Child: The CEO of Alibaba isn’t exactly thinking like a child–more like a “love child.” Still, his idea of a “love quotient” is a serious idea that is worthy of some of your thinking: Ja Ma’s Radical Proposal for a New Kind of School.
Think in Questions: Here’s a good question to think about: What Will Happen in the 2020’s?
Think 10X: This is a trend that could easily grow 10X in the coming decade: Cincinnati to Build Nation’s Largest City-Led Solar Array.
Think Visually: Watch a Swarm of Robots Build a Timber Tower from Scratch.
Think Radically: First, it was software “eating the world.” Now it’s this: Biology is Eating the World: A Manifesto.
Think Anew: At least one country is thinking anew about blockchain: Baidu’s “Xuperchain” is Just the Beginning of China’s Blockchain Rush.
Think Sustainably: Batteries will play a huge role in making renewable energy mainstream. A university in Australia is Supercharging Tomorrow With the Most-Efficient Battery in the World.
Think the Unthinkable: Whether you like it or not Super-Intelligent Humans Are Coming and you need to think about it!
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“!