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Mind Set!: Eleven Ways to Change the Way You See--And Create--The Future (Paperback)
In his seminal works Megatrends and Megatrends 2000, John Naisbitt proved himself one of the most far-sighted and accurate observers of our fast-changing world.
Mind Set! goes beyond that by disclosing the secret of forecasting. Naisbitt gives away the keys to the kingdom, opening the door to the insights that let him understand today's world and see the opportunities of tomorrow. He selects his most effective tools, 11 Mindsets, and applies them by guiding the reader through the five forces that will dominate the next decades of the twenty-first century.
Illustrated by stories about Galileo and Einstein to today's icons and rebels in business, science, and sports, Mind Set! opens your eyes to see beyond media headlines, political slogans, and personal opinions to select and judge what will form the pictures of the future.
About the Author
John Naisbitt has been studying and visiting China for forty-two years, first in 1967, with more than one hundred visits since. A former professor at Nanjing University, he is currently a professor at both Nankai University and Tianjin University of Finance and Economics.
“[John Naisbitt’s work] is triumphantly useful.”
-Wall Street Journal
“John Naisbitt’s bestseller Megatrends was published with astonishingly precise predictions. He did not go wrong with a single one.”
“Though...most famous for his predictive talents, Naisbitt reveals himself to be a good storyteller as well.”