It was about 10 years ago that I started to write about electric cars in this space with this and this column. It was clear to me then that, ultimately, they would become mainstream and become a significant percentage of cars driven in the developed countries of the world. In early 2008, I forecast that 2010-2015 would be the dawn of the age of the electric car and of course it was.
David Houle, a futurist, thinker, and speaker, explains how technology, specifically cell phone ubiquity, has radically altered the notion of place in modern society. Part of TEDxSarasota's inaugural conference held on 12/12/12 with the theme "Creativity Matters" at the Historic Asolo Theatre in Sarasota, Florida.
This is Houle’s brand new general presentation for the future. Since it was first delivered in November 2016, it has been well received and is his current most in demand speech. It builds on his highly regarded “The Shift Age” and “Entering the Shift Age” presentations delivered in 14 countries since 2008.
This presentation is based on the book of the same name which was rated one of the top five books published on marketing in the world in 2014. Houle takes a high level look at the future of brands and the marketing of brands.
This is Houle's acclaimed presentation on Climate Change, and the need for humanity to develop Crew Consciousness as the only real way to move as rapidly as possible to collectively face the single biggest threat facing all of us.
Houle has keynoted numerous medical conferences and company retreats and has spoken in five countries about the future of health care and medicine.
This presentation, based on Houle’s widely acclaimed book of the same name, an Amazon #1 best seller in the category of Business Planning and Forecasting has been delivered 200+ times globally. Futurist Houle identifies and explains the new age we have entered.
Since Houle’s book “Shift Ed: A Call for Transforming K-12 Education was published in 2011 he has keynoted numerous education conferences in America, Australia and Europe.
After a quick look back at the history of privacy, Houle presents why we have lost so much of our privacy in the past decades and years and why those dynamics will continue to eviscerate personal privacy in the future.
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