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Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 5:” November 20, 2020

Posted in Future, Future 15, Futurist, Think

Think: As a business leader, how much time do you spend thinking about community? My bet is that you don’t spend enough time on this important topic. This article, When Community Becomes Your Competitive Advantage, can help rectify this shortcoming.

Think Resiliently: If you believe that “the only constant in life is change,” you need to spend more time thinking about resilience. This article, Resilience Is the New Black: The Lessons of Covid-19, can help.

Think Small: For the CEO of a major Fortune 100 company to admit that within “the next five years we will become a smaller company” is HUGE news. Technology, as well as environmental, cultural, and political trends, are driving the world toward new models of sustainability. Businesses can survive and thrive in this new world but to do so they will need to “think smaller.”

Think Even Smaller: I have written about the “tiny house movement” in the past, this trend may soon merge with the permaculture trend which is allowing some innovators to produce 7000 pounds of organic food per year on a tenth of an acre. thinking smaller has big implications for farmers, retailers, and city planners alike.

Heart-Centered ThinkingIn my latest article on Medium,  One Simple (But Not Easy) Life Hack That Will Jumpstart Your Life, I provide you with a technique that is sure to get your heart pumping, your mind thinking, and energize your body into action.

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!” 



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