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EXTRACT | Clem Sunter and Mitch Ilbury's Thinking the future: 'We are not rational beings'

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Cover of 'Thinking the future' (Supplied)
Cover of 'Thinking the future' (Supplied)

Well known futurist Clem Sunter and scenario-planner Mitch Ilbury have once again plotted various scenarios on what might happen, to harness all harness the power to work towards the future. In 'Thinking the Future', Sunter and Ilbury teach us the futurist’s art of decision-making by reimagining seminal concepts from some of history’s greatest thinkers. They encourage foxy, flexible mindsets and reject the popular but misleading self-help tenet that you can decide your fate through the relentless pursuit of a single goal. An uncertain world demands a more dynamic approach. You can read an extract from the book below:

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