The future is here.
Most of the things we used to think of as science fiction are slowly becoming a reality.
(Okay, maybe we aren’t anywhere close to traveling back in time, like Marty McFly and Doc Brown, but you know what I mean)
Artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and self-driving cars are all here. Within a few years, these new technologies will permeate every part of our lives; just like smartphones and the internet today.
With the rate at which innovations are coming, does it even make sense to create a business plan? For all you know, your business model might cease to exist next year.
In 1998, Kodak had almost a monopolistic control on the photography industry. But they went bankrupt a few years after that, and are just known as the photography pioneers of the bygone era.
I bring all this up because I received an email about what’s headed our way in the future. And it got me thinking about my business and planning my ideal year.
In this episode, I will share with you the email that got me thinking about the future. Then I’ll go into how that influences how I’m planning for my business and life.
I’ll talk about why planning your ideal year is the best future-proof strategy you can implement, and also how to have a clear vision for your future, so you can adapt and pivot when the time comes, not be at the mercy of changing trends and leaps in technological innovation.
Listen in to this episode to learn about:
- Why you don’t need a business plan
- A random email that came into my inbox which is worth listening to and very fascinating
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