Forward thinking involves thinking, planning, and action that considers the future as well as the present. In today’s fast-changing world, the future is already here. That means we need to look beyond traditional ways of living and working based on Industrial Age thinking and practices.
Maybe it’s not more that we yearn for; perhaps it’s not bigger but deeper. — Monique Borst, Leadership Squared In today’s fast-paced world, we’re perpetually in motion. Finding a moment where we intentionally slow down and bring a conscious presence to our actions is a rarity. The
The key to thriving in the modern world lies not in finding the right answers but in our ability to question, adapt, and evolve.
A river of material flows through us. When we share our works and our ideas, they are replenished.
We are encouraged and conditioned to tell and hold on to our old stories. In today's world, it's a path with many risks.
Discovering the power of questions and conversations guided by the work and support of the late Judith Glaser, author of Conversational Intelligence®.
So often, we are racing from one thing to another, leaving little or no time to give anyone or even ourselves the time of day.
The real problem isn’t our turbulent world. The real problem is we have all been unconsciously programmed since birth by our parents, our schools, society, the media, etc. on how to think, live and work.
Going in the opposite direction from the crowd is a great place to look for innovative new solutions to challenges that defy traditional approaches.
Meeting the future will soon make what was done yesterday seem like ancient history. — Marilyn Jacobson, Turning the Pyramid Upside Down Meeting the future A lot changed in 2020, and a lot has already changed in 2021 and beyond. We all know that a lot more change is on the