I often write about abundance, bold thinking, optimism, problem-solving and gratitude mindsets…..

I often write about abundance, bold thinking, optimism, problem-solving and gratitude mindsets… I state confidently that this can be the greatest time ever to be alive.But it can only be the greatest time if we systematically unlearn the conscious and unconscious biases that still subject so many to discrimination, prejudice, and violence.The events of this past week have shown us the extraordinary pain, anxiety, and collective anguish that have been inflicted upon our fellow citizens for too long.It can’t be swept away, rationalized or ignored. It is real.Whether it’s violence on lives of those we have lost—George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, among many others before them—or wrongful accusations and presumptions of guilt on the basis of race, these unconscionable crimes must be addressed.And while I know that I will never be able to fully understand the pain myself, I can empathize and I can commit to taking a stand on the side of social justice.I have often taken a non-political stance, focusing on the proliferation of entrepreneurial ingenuity and technological innovation that drive abundance across our world— independent of political whims.Ultimately, however, this is no longer a political issue. It is a moral one. One that stands at the core of our shared humanity, our ability to lift each other up as we pursue a future that is hopeful, compelling and abundant for all.And for those who refuse this moral lens, technology will help fill the gaps and level the playing field. Today, we are living on a planet with a trillion sensors (and growing), imaging everything, everywhere, all the time. Crimes against humanity and oppression of people will no longer live in the shadows.It is time for our civilization to evolve FROM a competitive, scarcity and hyper-local mindset, TO a collaborative, abundance and global mindset.It is time for us (myself included) to deeply listen, further educate ourselves, and take new levels of empathetic action.With respect,
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You can’t predict the future; you have to invent it. What are your views??


The Leader-Manager’s role requires a clear vision to be successful. There is a constant need to challenge the status quo, but there is also the need to maintain a connection to the Next Worthwhile Goal. The key and daring thing is to know when to let go of the present and move to the future. If we understand the industries and markets we operate in, perhaps we do not know the future, but our knowledge and experience should help us to define within the context that we can design our strategy(ies) to move us forward successfully.   

Invent the future? I think that is what exceptional leader-mangers do. Indeed more often than not such leaders create-invent the future.

You have to invent a future that provides revenue opportunities today. This is the dilemma of innovators, corporate or humanitarian. How to find an audience that doesn’t exist yet? There is only so far in front you can go to remain intelligible to your base.

This speaks to the value of building a diverse team. Different people have different skills. Rather than force everyone into a mold, harness them together. This too brings challenges, at least within a confined system. Turning to an open-ended paradigm where the organization itself is open to reinvention, on some level, is an interesting model more proposed than applied.

Nowadays, we hope that the ‘future invented’ will be an environmentally sustainable one, since any one that is not does not belong to the future.

 Yes, I fully agree with you that we have to invent the future. Everyday I get up with one thought in my mind that “Okay this will be the best day of my life”..but it has not happened for the past 2 years..But still all man kinds..you know..HOPE makes you still alive..ready to battle with ruff life…but we can not predict the future..it can only be invented..We always have to think positive manner in right directions…so at last we will reach at our goal…what says….

 In the last few years the development of chaos theory has had an effect in Management. It may be easy for a leader to work on and influence the primary or even secondary causes, but beyond that it becomes unstable. The tertiary causes are many and unpredictable. Therefore, to pinpoint the levers of influence that change the course of future is very hard. Having said that, it is safe to assume that serendipity eventually pays. Yes. one can invent the future. But timing and the course is still not controllable.

No one was waiting for Nespresso, Mobile phones, 25 pounds laptops, X-Rays, Penicillin, Post-it-notes, the Ford Edsel and the Ford Mustang, SUVs and pickup trucks etc etc
Yet, it happened.
What did it take for it to happen? Next to extraordinary people and extraordinary circumstances, extraordinary processes must have been at work.

If any of these Key ingredients (TM) is missing, the idea does not blossom.

The thing is: can you create processes that will deliver the future on a recurrent basis? If not how close can you get to it?

PARTIAL LISTING OF FORTHCOMING Executive REPORTS

Below is a partial listing and brief summaries of some projects that are about being completed and will become available through my site to be launched soon JPMCenter.com 

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1,Monitoring E-Business Trends in the Telecommunications Industry
Ongoing sources for monitoring E-business trends in the Telecom industry. Recent reports, articles and links to resources online dedicated to these trends.

2. Monitoring E-Business Trends in the Finance Industry
Ongoing sources for monitoring E-business trends in the Finance industry. Recent reports, articles and links to resources online dedicated to these trends.

3. Help Desk Methodologies
The latest trends in Help Desk Methodologies. Reports and links to online resources, and articles from 2005 related to best practices in Help Desk Methodologies.

4. Voice Recognition Technology
The latest technology and players dedicated to enabling Voice Recognition technology. Research in wireless use of speech recognition.

5. Competition Among Wireless Integrators

Information about competition in the area of Wireless Integration. Understanding the space between, where integration services are performed. Which companies offer information technology (IT) systems integration (SI), focused specifically on wireless communications? A ranking of the top 10-20 players in this area.

6. Wireless Technologies and Services Conferences
The top conferences scheduled over the next couple years that are focused on Wireless Technologies and/or Wireless Services. Understanding about these events located in the U.S., and foreign events as well if they are extremely influential…perhaps in Australia, Europe, Japan or China. URLs regarding sponsorship and/or attendee opportunities at upcoming events on Wireless Technologies or Services, including pricing. 

7. Competitive Intelligence
Best practices in Competitive Intelligence. For example, what firms are available across the country to assist “dot com” companies in getting an edge on their competition? What are best practices among such firms? Who are expert authors on this subject?

Listing of Forthcoming Executive Reports

Below is a listing and brief summaries of some of projects that have been completed for previous customers. If you would like a copy of a report that we own the distribution rights of, please click here. Also for examples, click the research links shown to the right.

1. Cold Fusion Applications
Sample Cold Fusion applications from the Internet. URLs of sources to download. One sample of such resources is at Allaire, the company who sells Cold Fusion. The URL is: http://devex.allaire.com/developer/gallery/ Additional collections, such as this, of sample code developed to be integrated into Cold Fusion applications.

2. Monitoring E-Business Trends in the Telecommunications Industry
Ongoing sources for monitoring E-business trends in the Telecom industry. Recent reports, articles and links to resources online dedicated to these trends.

3. Monitoring E-Business Trends in the Finance Industry
Ongoing sources for monitoring E-business trends in the Finance industry. Recent reports, articles and links to resources online dedicated to these trends.

4. Help Desk Methodologies
The latest trends in Help Desk Methodologies. Reports and links to online resources, and articles from 1999 and 2000 related to best practices in Help Desk Methodologies.

5. Voice Recognition Technology
The latest technology and players dedicated to enabling Voice Recognition technology. Research in wireless use of speech recognition. Players researched include: SpeechWorks; Lernout & Hauspie Speech Products; Locus Dialogue; Nuance Communications; Philips Electronics; Phonetic Systems.

6. Competition Among Wireless Integrators

Information about competition in the area of Wireless Integration. Understanding the space between, where integration services are performed. Which companies offer information technology (IT) systems integration (SI), focused specifically on wireless communications? A ranking of the top 10-20 players in this area.