Think: 100 Jobs of the Future. Worry less about which jobs are going away, and more about how you can prepare yourself–and your children and grandchildren–for the jobs of the future.
Think Twice: We’re Now at a Million Plastic Bottles Per Minute–91% Aren’t Recycled. You tell me: Are the earth’s oceans on “thin ice”? Please think twice before you purchase that next water bottle.
Think Historically: Why Did We Wait So Long for the Bicycle? A wonderful article! It makes me wonder what “obvious” technology is eluding our logic today.
Think Different: Finding the Quiet Employees Holding Your Company Together. Maybe it’s time to stop listening to “loud” employees, and start thinking differently about the quiet ones.
Think Smarter: This is the Point Where AI Will Change the World. Hint: Learn “the toilet paper” rule.
Think Harder: In the Future, Everyone Might Use Quantum Computers. At some point in the future, you’ll need to begin thinking about quantum computers. Why not today?
Think Like a Child: 3 Ways to Teach Your Children to Think Like an Entrepreneur. I especially like #3: Adults don’t have all the answers. (I know: My kids tell me this almost every day.)
Think in Questions: What might this mean for your business? The Future of the City is Childless.
Think 10X: 5G is still pretty crappy today, but it won’t always be: Electrical Engineering Team Develops ‘Beyond 5G’ Wireless Technology.
Think Bigger: AI Could Help Make Robots Cheaper Without Limiting Their Abilities. Will the trend of robotics get bigger? Of course. Don’t wait to think about how this trend will impact your business, do it today.
Think Faster: Want to know why the future is accelerating? Here’s one reason: Intel’s Neuromorphic System Hits 8 Million Neurons, 100 Million Expected by 2020.
Think Radically: The Futuristic Tech Disrupting Real Estate and Construction. Once conservative industries are going to need to start thinking radically.
Think Anew: Thinking anew about thrust technology for nanosatellites is going to have big implications for a variety of businesses.
Think Sustainably: A Very Close Look at Carbon Capture and Storage. This doesn’t technically fall under the category of “sustainable,” but society still needs to think about it.
Think the Unthinkable: Almost 30,000 Species Are Closer to Extinction. The “unthinkable” is closer to reality than most people care to admit. It’s time for all of us to think about the unthinkable, and then act!
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“!