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February 24th, 2015

The First Ever Face the Future Conference

The first ever Face the Future Conference to be held May 4-6, 2015 in Albuquerque, NM. The vision for the Face the Future Conference is to become the premiere conference about the future; the future of everything. All around the world I have had the honor of opening conferences to provide audiences with a high […]

 

 

March 19th, 2009

Innovative Products

Last week I wrote about being pleasantly surprised by a short speaking tour of Saskatchewan.  In every other place I have visited in the past three months there has been extreme pessimism and concern about this Great Recession of 2008-2010/11.  In last week’s column I described how three different groups of CEOs, business owners and […]

 

 

July 20th, 2008

Future Forecast – The Economy

The economy has clearly become the primary subject today in America.  It has become so not only because of all the issues discussed in the prior column, but also because it has also become the number one issue for voters in this significant election year. In the “Forecast for 2008” column on January 9th of […]

 

 

July 18th, 2008

Future Forecast: Debt, Housing and the Stock Market

In my columns of forecasts for 2008 I made clear and distinct predictions about debt, the housing market and the stock market. Debt On January 1 I wrote: “The key economic word for 2007 and even more so for 2008 will be “debt”.  It is debt that is the true economic issue for the individual, […]

 

 

July 16th, 2008

Future Forecasts – The Price of Oil and Peak Oil

Regular readers know that I have long predicted the current price of oil and that we are now moving through Peak Oil These subjects were included in my “Forecast for 2008″ To quote from that January 9, 2008 column: “In 2008, gas will, for a period of time reach $4 on the national level. A […]

 

 

July 14th, 2008

Future Forecasts – A Look Back at the 2008 Forecast

As a futurist, I think, speak, and write about the future. A large part of what I do is to make forecasts on the future and what might happen. This forecasting is based upon analysis of trends and the underlying forces and flows that create and shape these trends. The more specific the forecast or […]

 

 

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