Predicting the Future is Futile

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Many people are predicting the permanent changes to a post Covid-19 world. Predictions that might be right, that might be wrong. When all is said and done, does their prediction really matter?

What if instead of considering what permanent changes might happen, we consider what changes we want? Bringing intention to this curiosity.

Things will change (change is a given). Change for the better. Change for the worse. Part of this is impermanent, change that may not stick.

So the question we really should be asking is,
What are the changes we want to see in the post Covid-19 world and how might we make them stick?

There’s a better way to predict the future. Make it.

Lead the change you want to see in the world.

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Michael is the co-founder of
Redshift Architecture & Art, and founder & coach at Ed Shift

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