"The future belongs to those who see possibilities before they become obvious."
History has proven that the future belongs to those with foresight – those who envision opportunities before they arise and act upon them. Like the linebacker who anticipates the next play and bursts into the backfield for a sack. But, where does foresight come from? How does one anticipate the future?
It’s quite simple. Foresight is a combination of knowledge, vision, and perspective. Knowledge of the past. Knowledge of human tendencies. And knowledge of emerging technology.
However, knowledge isn’t enough. You must work with this knowledge to conceive a scenario – composing a painting of what the future may hold.
Initially, your scenario is one-dimensional. Your point of view embodies just one color on the canvas. And the only solution is to add new perspectives.
Because it is with varied perspectives that you begin to create a fuller picture. Each perspective brings a new shade to the canvas. The more color you add to your composition, the more vibrant it becomes.
Eventually, your foresight becomes multi-dimensional.
Unfortunately, geographically and digitally most of us live in a bubble. Whether intentionally or unintentionally, we tend to interact with people of similar perspectives. Which is why we want to help.
We created the Future(s) Studies High Council to bridge this barrier of finding new perspectives.
When you join our Future(s) Studies High Council, you're bringing your unique color to this magnificent composition that is our future.
Together, our foresight becomes multi-dimensional, allowing us to create the future we desire.