How to See the Invisible and Do the Impossible
"Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could predict the future — and be right?" writes Daniel Burrus. "You can: all you have to do is leave out the parts you could be wrong about!"
This Soundview Live webinar, How to See the Invisible and Do the Impossible, looks at how Burrus’s seven radical Flash Foresight "triggers" have transformed dozens of careers, fortunes, and lives. These principles provide an easy-to-implement blueprint for applying the same strategies to your own business, revealing hidden opportunities and allowing you to solve your biggest problems — before they happen.
The audio recording, video recording, and the summary of Flash Foresight will be available to listen to or download from your Online Library immediately after check-out.
About the Speaker
Daniel Burrus is considered one of the world’s leading technology forecasters and business strategists, and is the founder and CEO of Burrus Research, a research and consulting firm that monitors global advancements in technology driven trends to help clients better understand how technological, social and business forces are converging to create enormous, untapped opportunities. He is the author of six books, including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal best seller Flash Foresight: How ToSee the Invisible and Do the Impossible as well as the highly acclaimed Technotrends
In 1983, Burrus became the first and only futurist to accurately identify the twenty technologies that would become the driving force of business and economic change for decades to come. Since then, he has continued to establish a worldwide reputation for his exceptional record of predicting the future of technological change and its direct impact on the business world. He has helped hundreds of clients identify new opportunities and develop successful competitive strategies based on the creative application of leading-edge technologies, and has delivered over 2,400 keynote speeches to corporations, associations, and professional organizations worldwide.
His interest in research became apparent in his third year of college, when Burrus became one of the first undergraduates in the nation to direct a federal research grant. He has founded and managed six businesses, three of which were national translate research findings into practical business advantages.