A future stranger than fiction • Changes of Tomorrow

It's so tempting to make predictions. Who will win the election? Which team will become  champions? Or How we will live in the future? Unfortunately, our predictions are flawed. They are made based on the reality of how the world is today, and rarely can we imagine a completely different, truly innovative, and disrupted future.

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Look at these predictions made by educated and knowledgeable people about the future of music, work, healthcare, cities, and cars.

They will make sense. But perhaps the future will be much more different from our reality and stranger than fiction.

What's changing: Thursday, March 15th, 2018

Mental Energizer

"Invention requires a long-term willingness to be misunderstood. You do something that you genuinely believe in, that you have conviction about, but for a long period of time, well-meaning people may criticize that effort ... if you really have the conviction that they're not right, you need to have that long-term willingness to be misunderstood. It's a key part of invention." From "When you change the world and nobody notices" in Collaborative Fund.

Food for thought

"Eudaimonic happiness"

A sense of well-being that arises from meaningful, challenging activities that cause you to grow as a person.

From you're doing your weekend all wrong.

Curated with curiosity by Iñaki Escudero, Future Activist @inakiescudero

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