What do you want?
At this point in the life of Foresight in the Present, it's time to ask: what do you want to know about futures thinking - with the emphasis on thinking?
My newsletter this time isn't a post about futures thinking, because I have been doing some thinking on what I should write about that would be useful for you during these past couple of weeks. I am a head person, live in my mind often and have been known to get lost in there at times so I decided to stop thinking and ask you a question.
But this is about you today. You have all signed up for Foresight in the Present for a reason - hopefully to access the writing I have done about foresight and futures over the last couple of decades. I write about what I know and have learned during my practice, and I'm now writing about something that emerged from my PhD research on assumptions about futures. It's almost ready to go but it needs more finesse. So at this point in the life of Foresight in the Present, it's time to ask: what do you want to know about futures thinking - with the emphasis on thinking?
Why ask this question? I read a lot every day about what is going on in the field of Futu…