what the future knows about the past.
About this book
A few years ago I heard the phrase “Today is the first day of the rest of your life”. I am ever more conscious of the fact that today is the beginning of what time we have left. I have written this book with that persuasion, hoping to help you find a new tempo to your steps. Find ways to anticipate the future, to prepare for that future and to re-engineer that future. How does one avoid obsoletion? How long does it take, standing on this very spot, to become obsolete? Apparently, becoming obsolete is more straightforward than I initially thought. This book tests a few assumptions some of us have held as true about how to make the most of the future. It may provide the keys to reinvent the future. Hope you enjoy it. Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to report it