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Category: Futuring, Demographics, Generations

Jim and Maddy talk about how small business owners need to realize the changing trends between generations. They go on to talk about the multi-generational workforce that businesses need.
Jim and Melinda discuss how women are suited especially for the business world in this age. They talk about how as the world changes, women's qualities are needed more and more.
Daniel Burrus
Jim and Dan discuss the hard times the technology industry has hit. They talk about how trends change constantly. Dan forecasts where technology will take us in the future. Later in the show, Jim and Dan define e-business.
Jim and Maddy talk about demographic shifts and why it is so hard to see the importance of demographic shifts.
Gerald Celente
Gerald helps us imagine what's coming at us in the future by making us focus on where we've come from. The discussion revolves around the difference between the old economy and the new economy. Gerald is one of the best at making us examine our beliefs and notions about our lives, businesses, and the world we live in.
Knight Kiplinger
Knight joins Jim the week prior to Kiplinger's 76th anniversary, to discuss his and the Kiplinger organization's views on the national and global opportunities and threats that are ahead for us, as individuals and small business owners, as we approach the new millennium.
Gerald Celente
Gerald and Jim talk about how to prepare our small businesses today for some of the events and changes that are heading at us in the next millennium.
Gerald Celente
He joins Jim to share his vision of what he believes are the critical issues we need to be watching as we move into the 21st century. Gerald says he is not a futurist, but he is a Trends Tracker (in this visit, Gerald tells us the difference).

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