Most speakers start off with a quick outline of what they’re going to cover. Futurist Richard Worzel, CFA, generally does the opposite. He reviews what he won’t be telling his business audiences. First, he won’t be predicting the future. And second, he won’t be telling them about their particular industries. What he will offer is context—the outside influences that will affect them and their industries—so that they may better plan for uncertainty. “The future will catch us by surprise,” he ...

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