Create the Future: Tactics for Disruptive Thinking

  • 6h 28m 12s
  • Jeremy Gutsche, Malcolm Gladwell
  • Gildan Media
  • 2020

Create the Future is an exciting guidebook for disruptive thinking, innovation, and change, paired with The Innovation Handbook, an updated version of the award-winning book, Exploiting Chaos. The bestseller is loaded with the same tactics, tools, and frameworks that Gutsche's team uses to accelerate 700 of the world's most powerful brands, billionaires, CEOs, and NASA.

Throughout history, we know that chaos reshuffles the deck, changes consumer needs, switches who is in the lead, and creates unprecedented risk and opportunity. Chaos causes most people to retreat—but not always. Disney, CNN, Square, HP, Apple, Fortune Magazine, Uber, and AirBnB are just a few examples of companies that started during periods of rampant chaos and global economic recession. Crisis and chaos create opportunity, if you know where to look. The challenge is that your own success, neurological wiring, past decisions, and "7 Traps of Path Dependency" make it more difficult for you to realize your full potential.

In our post-COVID era of chaos and disruptive innovation, there are so many great opportunities within reach; however, most smart and successful people miss out because of these proven proven traps. If you could overcome these traps, what could you accomplish? How much more successful could your plans for innovation and change, actually be?

About the Author

Jeremy Gutsche, MBA, CFA, is a New York Times bestselling author, an award-winning innovation expert, "one of the most sought-after keynote speakers on the planet" (The Sun Newspaper) and the CEO of Trend Hunter -- the world's #1 innovation website with 200,000 idea hunters and 3 billion views from 150,000,000 visitors. Prior to Trend Hunter, Jeremy grew a $1 billion portfolio for a bank, and today, over 600 brands, billionaires and CEOs rely on his innovation keynote speeches and workshops to ACCELERATE INNOVATION and MAKE CHANGE HAPPEN, including Google, Disney, Starbucks, Red Bull, Netflix, LEGO, Victoria Secret, Coca-Cola, IBM and Wells Fargo. He's even helped NASA prototype the Journey to Mars!