The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed futurist and Partner at TomorrowToday Graeme Codrington.
Codrington gave five tips for staying ahead in an ever-changing world:
Switch on your “radar” – Read, research and keep yourself informed about what aspects of the world are changing. Be informed about new technology, new forms of energy and new ways of streamlining ways of doing things. Also change your sources of information; surround yourself with forward thinkers. Stay away from “fake news”.
Be curious – Ask better questions.
Experiment more – If you are in a position to make key decisions then experiment a little. Try new ways of attracting new business through trial and error. You have nothing to lose.
Embrace difference – The world is changing. Do not be afraid to change; it forms part of our evolution.
- Confront your “limiting orthodoxies” – Confront your inhibitions.
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below.
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