What you’re doing wrong when you think about the future
March 28, 2013
Humans are notoriously bad at anticipating events that don’t conform to a very narrow idea of what the future will be, which is why we’re often caught off guard by the unexpected. In the recording of an online conversation above with Andrew Zolli, executive director of PopTech and the author of Resilience, we’ll discuss what about our psyches makes future thinking hard, and how we can recognize major changes–before they happen.
— Fast Company Co.Exist
Video Source: Fast Company Co.Exist