Category: Future Thinking
The frightening part of progress. Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why the velocity of change has created a lot of anxiety in the world and how to be the beneficiary of change and not the victim of disruption.
Where will your electricity come from in 10 years? Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame to reveal new innovations in solar and battery technology that will disrupt the current electricity creation, distribution and storage paradigm.
What is the future of education? Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that self-education opportunities will transform how we acquire knowledge and perhaps disrupt the education credential paradigm.
Is the economy improving? Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame to with the Tatum Survey that indicates that business conditions for the next 60 days are looking better than it has in some time.
Who knew social media would become a big marketing tool for businesses? Pam Harper joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how small businesses can identify and take advantage of emerging opportunities.
Would you like to know what technologies are coming at you from the future? Dan Burrus joins Jim Blasingame to reveal a number of technologies that are certain to impact your job and business, including intelligent machines that manage each other.
Do you know the difference between a hard trend and a soft trend? Dan Burrus joins Jim Blasingame to reveal several technological innovations that will have an impact on your professional life, whether you're a business owner or employee.
What if a pill could cause your body to regenerate a lost part? Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on a new medicine that could cause our body to regenerate lost hearing elements in our ears.
Your own digestive bacteria could cause plaque to break look in arteries. Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on medicine that could prevent digestive bacteria from causing arterial plaque from breaking loose.
How 3D printing is accelerating innovations. Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on the latest versions of 3-D printers and how a lowered barrier to entry can help inventors and entrepreneurs take an innovation to market sooner.
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